When it comes to budget family travel, camping is always a popular and fun way for families to vacation on the cheap. Our family loves car camping, but road-trip camping has always been daunting, until we encountered the Jucy campervan.
What do families love about Minnesota?
We’ve created a list of five fun, family-friendly day trips from Minneapolis-St. Paul, the twin cities metro area. Take advantage of your respective backyards or come explore ours!
Minnesota is full of pristine lakes, full-service resorts, historically significant people and places, and lots of wild space.
Ultra-productive farming, juicy Omaha steaks, and intensely loyal college football fans may be among the first things that come to mind when outsiders think about Nebraska, but the state, which is home to business magnate Warren Buffet and Father Flanagan’s benevolent outpost of Boys Town, also stewards landmarks and activities that afford historic peeks into
I walked up to the cross and selected a medium sized, grey stone. The cold rock in one hand, a sharpie in the other, I took a deep breath inhaling the cool mountain air and wrote one word on the stone. I placed it at the cross and returned to my seat in the outdoor amphitheater beneath a canopy of stars that can only be found in the majesty of God’s creation.
Big cities are great places to explore with your tweens and teenagers.
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.
Smooth Jazz, rhythmic Cajun and Zydeco music, superstitious folklore, spicy fare that is internationally influenced, as well as varied landscapes including circuitous bayous, white sand beaches, and rambling prairies; are just the beginning of what you’ll find in the alluring state of Louisiana.