Best Travel Cribs

Choosing a travel crib for your little one can be a bit daunting with so many choices out there. Depending on what your needs are, the variety of cribs seems endless and, by the end of the day, you probably are no further along in your decision. There are factors that every parent should consider a must-have when choosing the best travel cribs.

Comfort and Design

When looking for a travel baby crib, one of the most important aspects is surely the comfort for your baby. Otherwise what is the point if they are fussy about sitting in an uncomfortable environment? A travel crib is helpful when you are on the go and need something that will have your baby happy and comfortable. The Best travel cribs fit the bill. Unlike some of the other portable cribs out there, the crib does not have the support bars under the mattress. Those bars make for a very uncomfortable time for you baby trying to sleep, and for that matter when they are trying to play. The Best travel bed sits on the floor so there is no need to rough support bars. If you have ever had to deal with a pack-n-play portable crib, you know how rigid the framing is for it. With no support bars, or beams in the way, your baby can enjoy an enclosed environment to play.


The Best travel bed is designed with safety in mind as well. The four corner legs extend outward from the crib bottom making it virtually impossible to tip over

Ease of Use

How long would it take you to set up a pack-n-play? Five seconds? Ten seconds The Best travel bed can be set up in a matter of a few seconds. You basically open the travel bag, lift it out, it pops into place, and you insert the mattress

How Easy Is It To Take A Pack-N-Play On A Trip?

Portability is extremely important for me when you travel with your child as the parent. The family is not close and so air travel is necessary. Taking the old pack-n-play with you on a trip – it is too heavy, bulky and just plain awkward. With the Best travel cribs, travel is very easy. The travel bag that comes with the crib is slightly larger than a messenger bag or briefcase. This is ideal when you have your child in one arm, and luggage in the other. If you travel any amount at all with a baby, this travel crib is perfect.