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Across our state parks have started to reopen. Trails are open for hiking. Lakes and ponds are open for fishing and hiking…. BUT restrooms are closed. Parents are cringing. If only there were portable potties for. I can remember taking long day trips with my boys. Inevitably someone would always have to pee or poop before we reached our final destination.
Now though even if your kids can wait till they get to your destination the bathrooms are probably still closed. Sure, we can tell our kids to just pee in the woods, but some kids are nervous about that. Some kids are going to need to poop. As I thought more about the problem and how to help families find solutions I remembered the portable potties we had when our kids first learned to potty. I thought there has to be an easier way to manage potty-time in the woods.
I saw some portable toilets for camping at Bass Pro Shops and it got me thinking, that has to be portable toilets for. There are! Amazon seems to be the easiest place to round up products and have them delivered safely. Most of the links below will lead to Amazon. If you make a purchase using our affiliate links we will receive a small commission. If you purchase a portable potty just make sure you grab some disposable waste bags. Always take solid waste with you and leave no trace behind. It may sound funny, but they exist. Pee funnels help females pee while standing up.
Whether you use toilet paper or disposable wipes when peeing or pooping in the woods, never leave them behind. Instead bring a plastic sealable bag with you. Dispose of the trash when you get back home. There are also reusable wipes you can use, pack, and then wash when you get home.
I know it sounds funny. It may seem odd. But there are disposable bags that act as portable potties.
Pee or poop directly into them and your waste turns into a solid. Then seal it and take it with you. Do not use a portable toilet for kids without first lining it with one of these bags. These bags have all been deed to use with portable potties or toilets to hold waste.
They allow you to safely take your waste with you without worry about making a mess. Look out for brush around you. Ideally you want to be able to do your business without risking coming into contact with ticks, chiggers, or other bugs. Take any waste with you. Toilet paper, tissues, and wipes should never be left behind, even if they claim to be disposable or biodegradeable.
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The only struggle for them is to poop while having their bottom flat on the ground and needing to push the poo out against it. But most times they can handle it. The only important thing is to wipe them properly after. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Posted on: May 5th, by Jennifer Auer. September 1, at am.
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