It’s nearly impossible to find a sleeping bag that doesn’t leave a toddler cold or sprawled out in your bag with their elbow and two knees in your ribs. The Woobie 30 from Kelty will make bedtime a breeze on your next camping adventure. The top of the bag zips down to make it easy to wiggle inside or get a sleeping child snuggled in without waking them. There’s enough room for active sleepers, but not so much that they can’t stay warm.
Hot sleepers will love this lightweight sleeping bag. The bag stays cozy down to 50 degrees while an interior pocket makes room for a flashlight or a small stuffed animal. The old-school style bag means there’s plenty of room to move around in the night.
Bring back memories of your childhood adventures with this classically-styled kid’s sleeping bag. It’s lined with soft cotton flannel to feel as comfy as home. Rated to 40 degrees, the bag also unzips fully to double as a comforter or blanket. With L.L.Bean’s legendary warranty, your child will be tucking their little ones into this bag one day too.
This mummy sack will keep kids warm even as the temperature drops to 20 degrees. The tapered shape helps reduce air in the bag without constricting movement. A draft collar and wide hood keep the heat in for sound sleeping all night long.
Worried about buying a youth sleeping bag when your children will just grow out of it in a few years? Not so with this three-season bag from REI. The attached stuff sack doubles as a quick adjuster so you can shorten the bag to help them stay warm or let it out when they need more room. The bag is meant to be packed down small so you can grab it and go anywhere.
Your little one will fall asleep under the watchful eyes of C-3PO, R2-D2, and BB-8 or dream about taking to the stars with The Resistance. The sleeping bag is lined with soft cotton and filled with durable, lofty polyester batting so your kiddo will be well rested in the morning for the great lightsaber battle.
With all the same features as their grownup sleeping bags, this Little Agnes bag is ready for anything. It has an integrated pad sleeve so your child won’t slip off the sleeping pad in the night. The bag comes in three sizes for the perfect fit.
Zebras and penguins and dinosaurs, oh my! These pint-sized sleeping bags bring a little fun and a familiar face to nap time. The plush animal face serves as a built-in pillow, and the whole thing unzips completely to make it easy to wriggle in and out.
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Kelty Big Dipper 30, comes in purple and blue; $79.95
Set up budding explorers for the trip of their dreams. This bag folds down small so it can fit in a kid-sized pack. High-loft insulation keeps your child warm down to freezing temperatures. The bottom of the bag zips up to keep toes warm. Even better, the bag grows with your child, easily extending 12 inches.