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Last year we braved the long drive with a toddler and explored the San Juans and it was a-mazing.The variation of rock color, the green valleys, the mining structures made the hours in the car singing Old Mc Donald, coloring, stickering and the last resort- Oreo cookie bribery- all worth it.

If you are planning on camping anytime soon you could probably use some new ideas on how to interact with each other besides charades. Here are 7 camping game ideas that will not only add some creativity but hopefully some laughs, too!If a camper catches the ball and the person in the middle said, “Don’t catch,” they are out. Place scraps of paper for the number of people playing in a bowl.For an extra challenge, speed it up or add an extra ball. Mutual storytelling is a fun twist to the usual campfire “story time.” One person will begin the story with one line that serves to set the scene. One scrap has a black dot, one scrap has a star, and the other scraps of paper are blank.The game ends when the detective catches the murderer or the murderer kills everyone except the detective.*There can be an award for the most dramatic death. Everyone sits in a circle and takes turns listing animals in Noah’s Ark in alphabetical order.It is first come first serve, so plan on arriving on a week day, late morning, early afternoon for the best chance of snagging a spot. The ‘views’ here are ‘grand.’ Pingree Park Access Road (25 miles up Poudre Canyon and then however far you want to go towards Pingree Park) From time to time we decide to go for primitive camping.

Not a soul in sight, no site fees, just us, maybe a fire ring and a shovel instead of a toilet.

Kids love going to the beach and making sand castles, right? One camper goes into the middle of the circle with a ball.

So the next time you go camping, start with the same concept but add a twist. They go around the circle saying, “Catch” or “Don’t catch” to the campers.

South Mineral Campground is now my very favorite campground of all time- it‘s not only beautiful, tucked in the San Juans along a creek, but we had the best camping experience too.

From the best campground hosts, to the fantastic weather- it will be hard to beat. If I haven’t camped at this spot yet because it is always full when we go, I’m not going to make it even harder on myself by advertising it.

Even the meteorologists and their false cries of ‘Blizzard! The birds are singing, tulips are emerging, and watering restrictions are already being announced.