Pensacola, Fla. – Summer is the time for traveling and spending time with family. One of the worst things that can happen though is for a child in the family to get hurt or lost. It upsets the family and can change the whole mood of the trip. Avalon Landing RV Park, an RV campsite in Pensacola, shares a couple of safety tips for traveling with kids.

One of the most important things to do when traveling with kids is to stay together no matter what. Especially with younger children, they tend to wander off and get lost easily. Whether it is going to the bathroom, going swimming, or playing, be sure that there is always someone with them. Set aside rules and boundaries beforehand for the children on the campsite to prevent them from wandering off.

Manager of Avalon Landing RV Park, Wendy says, “We want our guests to have the best time here at our campsite. It is important to us that adults and their children feel safe and enjoy their time here.”

Often time when people are having fun outside and going on adventures, they forget to eat or drink. Especially in this hot summer Florida sun, it is important to stay hydrated and nourished at campgrounds near Pensacola. If not done, one could become dehydrated or pass out. A smart thing to do is to bring water and healthy snacks such as trail mix or granola bars to snack on when hiking or taking walks to stay healthy.

“We would never want anything to happen to our customers. Safety is very important to us and we want to make sure that our customers have fun without having to worry about any problems happening,” says Wendy.

For more information regarding Avalon Landing RV Park, please call (850) 995-5898 or visit their website at

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