Good for you! I take my two apartment bound grandsons camping, not because it is easy , but because I'd like to leave a legacy that would endure long after I'm gone. Much as my family did for me . There are so many other miserable things kids can get into outside of camping . Developing an imagination, rather than the digital entertainment feed, will show them that THEY too can be part of REAL LIFE! In the beginning, campgrounds with fun amenities are essential. Then PHYSICAL social engagement that does not involve an iPhone ensues. Soon enough they will take an active roll and lead in the enjoyment of National Parks and beautiful state parks. --Heck, I never thought I'd see the day they could successful cast on their own with an open face reel! --As someone else said, you're paying your dues - and it is worth it!