Stuff We Like: Kinda Campy

In honor of summer camp season, which our kids look forward to throughout the year, we’ve rounded up a few items—some nostalgic, some new—that we think capture those carefree, lazy, hazy days of summer fun:


Nice Ride!

radio flyer wagons

Almost 100 years after their classic red wagon was introduced, Radio Flyer wagons are iconic as ever—but now your kids can put their own stamp on their little red rides through the company’s customizable wagon program. Cool bells and whistles include cup holders, sun canopies and umbrellas, all-terrain tires, and cushy padded seat covers, which can be added to your choice of steel-and-wood base or a plastic option. (Ages 1½ and older; customizable wagons start at $105, price increases with added features)


Stairway to Slumber

winslow bunkbed

What kid doesn’t yearn for bunk beds? They’re a place to sleep, sure, but so much more—fort, reading nook, furniture you’re supposed to climb. This space-saving Winslow bunk, hand-crafted in Maine from eco-friendly, nontoxic materials, is perfect for a child who favors the comfort of stairs over a ladder. Bonuses: Drawers inside each step provide plenty of extra storage, and you can choose from an array of accessories and finishes. If you’ve got one child and are pressed for space, check out Maine Bunk Beds’ Bowdoin twin loft, which can include the drawer-staircase pictured and leaves room below the loft bed for a desk, chair, or even a small couch. ($2,995 for Winslow bunk bed as pictured; $1,695 for Bowdoin twin loft, not shown)


Don’t Lose Your Marbles

bag of marbles from shakshuka








These earthenware marbles from Shakshuka, the “stylish eco boutique for baby, child and mama,” come packaged in a re-usable string-tie cloth bag so she won’t lose her marbles whether she’s shooting a game of Ringer on the driveway or learning to count in the playroom. (Ages 3 and older; $27 for set of 1 large and 15 small marbles)


Get on the Band Wagon

rainbow loom

For those of you who were into the whole friendship bracelet thing when we were young(er)—I am sensing your nostalgic smiles now!—this Rainbow Loomoffers a modern twist for your kids—and it’s equally addictive. Using tiny, brightly colored rubber bands, children can weave stretchy rings, bracelets, and an array of crafts to share. The activity is as excellent for honing fine motor skills as it is for holding their focus. (Ages 8 and older, or for children 4 and older with adult supervision; $14.99; also available at most

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