Children have "certainly altered my camping life," writes Jayne Seagrave in this latest addition to her popular camping series. She rises to the challenge wonderfully, however, and with this detailed guide in hand, so will many other camping enthusiasts who feel daunted by the prospect of camping with kids.Seagrave covers it all, from camping while pregnant to camping with pre-teens and all age brackets in between. For this guide, she has chosen her favourite family-oriented, government-owned campgrounds in B.C., as well as a small selection in Alberta. Each entry provides historical, environmental, and recreational information. As always, Seagrave offers candid, first-hand experiences and practical tips on what to bring, what to expect at each campground, how to avoid potential hazards, and the ins and outs of the reservation system.With over 20,000 fans who have bought her camping books and a range of media personnel who have dubbed her their "experts," Jayne may know more about B.C. campgrounds than any other mother in the province.