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Brian Head, Utah- One of Utah’s best kept secrets for families

Brain Head is the best little mountain town for families that most folks have never even heard of. Located at the doorstep of Cedar Breaks National Monument, this sleepy mountain town is sure to steal the hearts of visiting families no matter the season. My husband and I visited Brian Head with our kids as part of our Spring Break tour of Utah. Truth be told, I had never heard of the resort and initially looked at it as more of a stopping off point in between the National Parks of Southern Utah and skiing in Park City. What I didn’t know was that Brian Head would turn out to be a destination unto itself.

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Best Attractions for Tweens and Teens: Buckingham Fountain

Big City, Big Kids- Weekly Digest- 11/8/13

Big cities are great places to explore with your tweens and teenagers.

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Top 10 Things for Families to Do in Tennessee

Tennessee Top 10 Things To Do With the Family

Tennessee is a state of many titles. From the birthplace of rock and roll to the land of the Great Smokies, Tennessee is a travel utopia for families that want music knowledge, a living history lesson, outdoor adventure, and nature experience.

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Top 10 West Virginia

Top 10 Things for Families to Do in West Virginia

Here are the top activities for kids that help make West Virginia wild and wonderful.

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Top 10 Wyoming: The Best activities for families across the great state

Top 10 Things to Do with Families in Wyoming

It’s no surprise that the state is filled with natural wonders, wide-open spaces, and outdoor adventure for families. Wyoming is a great pick for a family road trip, historical trip for kids studying pioneering and Native American history, or adventure vacation filled with activities.

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Kid friendly Black Hills South Dakota Mount Rushmore

Exploring the Black Hills with Tweens & Teens

Our family decided that we wanted another ‘back to nature’ vacation this summer. After talking to some friends, we decided to head to the Black Hills of South Dakota. On a Saturday morning, the four of us sat down to plan our trip. We used the Black Hills & Badlands website to scout out ideas for places to visit

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