Camping with small children only works if you plan well, and are well equipped. We managed to fit two adults, two kids and two car seats, a golden retriever, and all the food, tents, bunks, and big camp kitchen into our 2016 Honda Pilot—plus a little help from Yakima. Without it, we would have needed two cars. Ours held 18 cubic feet, and swallowed the bunks, sleeping bags, camp chairs, fishing rods and tackle, life jackets, table clothes, and the little odds and ends that I jammed around the edges. It's rated for 125 pounds, but I wager I pushed that. What surprised me most was the gas mileage. With this beast atop our SUV, we got 24.3 miles per gallon on our mostly highway-driving trip. It also made for great mid-drive threats. "One more 'Are we there yet?' Henry, and you're going in the box!" He saw right through that, and after a good laugh, paused, and asked me again: "Are we there yet?"