I’ve learned that kids are amazed by the suffix “-est.” They are captivated by finding the biggest, longest, and smallest. Our latest search, led us to the world’s oldest living organism: the Great Basin bristlecone pine tree.
Camping with kids is a great way to experience the simplicity of nature and enjoy some quality time with each other. These are some of the best campgrounds for kids in the western states to reconnect with nature and with your family.
Alternatives to camping are great ways for families to up their vacation experience without upgrading to a hotel or lodge. Just be sure to book them early…these fun and affordable vacations fill up fast. Read on for four great camping alternatives to try this year!
From innovative coasters using the latest technology to rides featuring familiar classic brands, parks across the United States and Canada have once again outdone themselves with new thrilling and fun experiences this year.
Most kids learn about the historic Pony Express in school and many travelers have heard mention of the “Loneliest Road in America,” but chances are good that your family has never driven the portion of Highway 50 through Nevada.
What’s your favorite color? October! There are beautiful colors popping out all across the USA and Canada and here’s Trekaroo’s favorite spots.
We found the best things to do for free for families across the United States and Canada.
Now’s the time to find out the best places to go find apples of gold and red peeping out from under leaves.
Travel a world away or volunteer for a good cause in your own neighborhood. Kids and parents will find the experience rewarding and fulfilling, and may even help volunteer at home!