As with all kid-related questions, the answer is “it depends!” Valmont Park mostly caters to school-age or older riders, but the toddler options are totally appropriate for toddlers who enjoy riding their bike independently and like to pick up a little bit of speed. My kid was 2.5 years old when we took them. They’veContinue reading “Is Valmont Bike Park Good for Toddlers?”
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Beginner Campground Guide: Gateway RV Park in Carbondale, CO
Gateway RV Park is just outside of Carbondale in the Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado. Sandwiched between Aspen and Glenwood Springs, your options are endless for outdoor activities. Those two locations aren’t known for their affordability, so staying at Gateway made a normally splurge-y destination much more budget-friendly.
Beginner’s Guide to the Best Running Stroller
Baby gear companies lead you to believe you have to get a stroller for every scenario: a running stroller, a walking stroller, a travel stroller, a convertible bassinet, etc etc etc. My spouse and I were philosophically opposed to accumulating a bunch of cumbersome sh*t for our new babe. I wanted ONE stroller to do a lot of things well, even if it wasn’t *perfect* for running.
The two most popular running strollers are the Thule Urban Glide and many models of Bob strollers. My recommendation is a lesser-known, newer stroller – the Guava Roam.
Beginner Campground Guide: Chatfield Lake State Park
Chatfield Lake State Park is a great off-season escape for trailer or RV camping. It’s a particularly good place if you’re a trailer/RV newbie like my family! We chose Chatfield for our first outing because it was easily accessible from 470, had pull-through campsites, and was also close to civilization in case we needed to bail.
How to take a toddler on a trailer camping trip
We took the plunge and bought a travel trailer. Now how do we set it up to be toddler-friendly?