My husband, two kids (4 and 6), and I are camping in Acadia National Park next week. We can't wait! I'm sitting here trying to get the packing organized, and wondering what the break down of warm weather vs. cool weather clothes should be.
Based on the weather forecast, I'm thinking we will be fine in shorts and t's during the day. However, should I plan to bring a couple of pairs of long pants each, a fleece and some long-sleeved shirts for the evenings, and rain jackets. Does this sound right, or should I plan on more warm clothes for day time. I just don't want to end up overpacking, or worse, get up there and realize that we didn't bring the right stuff. And my kids are like dirt-seeking missiles... it's pretty hard to have them repeat clothes much :)
On that note, we are staying at Blackwoods campground... is there a convenient place nearby to do some laundry. We'll be gone for 10 days, so I am sure we'll need to do a load or two at some point.
Thanks in advance for help with this very basic and boring question!