Don’t Forget to Pack the Games for Your Family Road Trip

Katherine Hill // May 24

There's only so much “I Spy” mom can handle in the car. And while I want the kids to stay distracted while we travel, I also want to avoid screentime as long as possible. Keep your little ones busy in the backseat with these road trip games–that will also have them entertained once you reach your destination. You won't get just one use out of these games, they are also perfect for a rainy day! BONUS: Most of these games and activities are self-contained, making it easy to keep track of all the pieces.

Road Trip Games for Summer Travel

Classic Games

Knock Knock On-The-Go Game Pad 1, Travel Activity Pad for Kids, 6 x 9-inches

Mad Libs On The Road

Regal Games Original Assorted Auto and Interstate Travel Bingo Set

Toddler Games

Game Note Erasable Doodle Book

Eric Carle The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Friends Magnetic Character Set– Magnetic Play Set

Wellchild Magnetic Drawing Board

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Brain Teasers

Smart Games IQ XOXO

Magnetic Building Blocks Magic Magnetic 3D Puzzle Cubes

GOtrio Game by Marbles Brain Workshop

Board Games

Point Games 4 Fun Travel Games

Take ‘N' Play Anywhere – Checkers

MORE Point Games 4 Fun Travel Games

What are your favorite road trip games for keeping your child entertained on long drives?

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About the Author

Katherine Hill

Katherine has preferred city life and the concrete jungle to life in the outdoors, but as her family has grown, she has learned the power of nature and is now the one introducing this lifestyle to her little ones. Katherine is just starting this journey into the great outdoors and can't wait to see what adventures await!