Originally Posted by Taylorgso
Being especially vigilant is the key. In larger campgrounds you'll find there is constant traffic on the interior roads - from people entering and leaving, to bike traffic from the other kids, and golf carts, etc. Also there is a lot of "backing up" going on at those sites, and children can wander into blind spots in a heartbeat. They need to know territorial boundaries, but there should always be an adult with them when they are outside.
That being said, we raised our two camping from toddlerhood without serious incidents, but not without serious concerns. (Of course, they're now in their 30's and we STILL worry about them).
X2, well we have 3, two boys and a girl.
Since birth they been boating and camping, now 14, 12 and the little princess 8.
Just try childproofing the camper the best you can, and enjoy it all the time you have with them, they grow so fast! ...And don't forget a door alarm.