If you read our Big Family Festival Review then you will know that a couple of weeks ago Monkey and I went camping for the first time. We went with a friend of mine and her son who is the same age as Monkey. Having not camped properly for about eight years I did wonder as we loaded the car up what we were letting ourselves in for! My biggest concern was getting the tent up in the dry as rain had been forecast all weekend. My second was lugging everything to the campsite and keeping two five year olds amused at the same time. I knew the thing I needed to help me with this was a wagon. So when Micro said we could try out their Micro Wagon I was hopeful that this would at least mean I would stress less about issue number two. It may even help with getting the tent up quicker…

What I didn’t bargain for was just how much use we were going to get out of it. Yes it made moving the stuff from the car to the pitch easy. As it meant one of us could keep the children entertained while the other filled up. I was surprised by how spacious it was, as our Eurohike 600 tent seemed huge but there was plenty of room to put other things around it in the wagon.

We used it throughout our festival experience as first of all it kept the boys entertained as they loved pushing and pulling each other around in it. But it was also useful to take all the camping chairs and things we needed into the festival itself. Plus it proved a  home for the boys when they got worn out by all the fresh air. Monkey even opted to use it to watch a film in claiming it was more comfortable than his camping chair. It without doubt made our festival life so much easier and if we ever going camping again… which we will as Monkey loved it. I just need to convinced Hubby. Then it will most definitely be coming with us.

Things I loved

  • It takes up to 15 stone which means both boys fitted fine weight wise and size wise.
  • It is really compact when folded down, this is so important when you need so much other stuff for camping and the car is already at bursting point.
  • The wagon comes with a cover which allows you to carry it easy but it is also waterproof – which we needed on this trip! Plus the base folds down into the side pocket which is genius.
  • Im surprised by just how light weight it is at 10kg
  • The wagon coped with the fields and bumps really well and it was so easy to pull despite having the two boys in it! I think this could be because of the the large 18cm diameter wheels.
  • Its so easy to put up and down that even the boys could do it on their own… and often did!

To fold and unfold it was really easy. The waterproof cover is held on by velcro straps. You remove this and the straps around the base of the wagon to help keep it compact. Pull the four corners out before pushing down gently on the centre. Its so easy to use. To fold back up again you just pull the fabric handle in the centre. The handle is adjustable and can be clipped onto the frame to keep it up right if required.

Overall I was really impressed and so pleased with the Micro Wagon I would not hesitate to recommend this to my family, friends and readers. It honestly mad your lives is much easier and I would not go on a camping trip without it now…. can’t wait to take Kipper out for a spin next time we go for a walk.

The Micro Wagon is priced at £84.95 and available to buy direct from Micro who have free delivery on orders over £50.


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  1. Margaret gallagher Reply

    This is so COOL so many uses too
    My brother would love this

  2. Ohhh I NEED this!! We are going camping later this month and this would be perfect! I love how small it folds up compared to other alternatives which take up half the boot, and it looks big enough for at least two of mine! I’m so nervous about camping with all four of the children but this really does look like it would make life easier!

  3. I had no idea that Micro did these! Having been on our first camping trip, we definitely need one of these. When it is folded up and putting it together, it reminds me of a travel cot and easy to do. I love how it has so many different uses and my girls would love having a ride in it x

  4. Loads of people had these on are campsite in Italy this summer and I they looked brilliant! So handy do loading littles ones to the beach or bringing home shopping from the supermarket. Needless to say I totally wanted one!

  5. The Mummy Bubble Reply

    I’ve looked at these before at events and thought they looked brilliant. It sounds really useful for camping and festivals. I may have to invest in one when my girls are a little older x#bloggerclubuk

  6. I like that wagon. It’s nothing like the wagons we grew up with. I like the flexibility of it and that you could put so much stuff in it, along with two children. It looks like you guys had a lot of fun. I have been wanting to take my kids camping for a long time but every summer comes around and I never get around to it. Thanks so much for being one of the hosts of #bloggerclubuk

  7. We didn’t know that Micro Scooters did a Micro wagon, looks compact! We have a wooden wagon which is painted for festivals and and a heavy duty garden trolley which is our workhorse (carts the tent around) but this looks like a good option #BloggerclubUK

  8. This is really awesome, I bet the boys loved it, I remember stuff like that when I was little and how exciting it was to be pulled around. If I was you, considering how it takes up to 15 stone, I would have chucked some pillows in and demanded I be taken everywhere haha! #bloggerclubuk

  9. I love this! We could really do with one – it would be so useful. I’m even thinking it’d be good for our old pug for when she’s too tired on walks and can’t keep up with the rest of the pack. At the moment I’m having to carry her! #BloggerClubUK

  10. I need this…bad. We got rid of the double stroller and our wagon is a giant hunk of junk. Cant even fit it in the car. THIS I need.

  11. Just about to visit my parents in Cornwall and thinking this would be ever so helpful for taking stuff down the hill and onto the beach. Can chuck the baby in it too lol #bloggerclubuk

  12. I saw a lot of people with these at the festival we went to and thought they were a good idea. People had turned them into cots for babies. Others had them just for storage. One person had created what I can only describe as a festival float for their kids. Fab idea. #BloggerClubUK

  13. Fantastic idea for camping, especially if you can’t park close to your tent! Love that the boys turned it into a fun thing too

  14. I want to go camping sooooooo much!! I’m just not sure that Mr C would feel so enthusiastic about it haha!! His looks so useful! #BloggerClubUK

  15. Debbie Nicholas Reply

    Oh wow this is amazing. We live a 15 minute walk from school so I could see this coming in handy on the school run!!

  16. This is such a great idea! The Micro wagon looks super sturdy. And it can hold so much. The kids looked like they really enjoyed playing with it too.

  17. This looks great so compact and easy to manage. I wonder whether it would work well on the walks we go on. #BloggerClubUK

  18. paula cheadle Reply

    I love this, with lots of grandkids, means lots of stuff

  19. What a useful review and lovely pics. I think every home should have one of these.

  20. Hayley Todd Reply

    This is such a cool idea! Perfect for camping, festivals and much more!

  21. Maureen Millward Reply

    It looks very useful for camping trips as well as fun for the kids!

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