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A Coastal Weekend Away from it All in Cannon Beach

Sometimes as a family we don’t need a full-on holiday, we need a quick weekend fix. We need a place where we can pack for a night or two away and come back feeling refreshed and ready for the week ahead without a daunting pile of laundry or a giant time adjustment. We need to feel the sand under […]

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WonderFALL Florida: Five Places for Families to Experience Fall in Florida

Photo by: Having lived the better part of my childhood in the Midwest, once fall is upon us in Florida, I begin to wish I could trade our glorious sunshine, blue skies, and palm trees in for cooler weather, colorful leaves, and the season that is well know as autumn up north. While fall might be […]

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tradewinds island resort

Memories in the Making at TradeWinds Island Resorts

Photo by: Amanda Williams Sometimes the planning part of a vacation is at least half the fun. Sometimes if you’re lucky, the vacation itself is easily the best part and all of your planning pays off. When the stars align and the universe is on your side, you find a place that is otherworldly. A […]

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Mt. Shasta

A Hidden Gem: Kid-Friendly Mount Shasta

                                                           Photo by: Flickr/iwona_kellie Northern California’s hidden gem of a winter wonderland sits at the foot of Mount Shasta, the second highest peak in the Cascade Range. […]

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New York state's Thousand Islands

Explore New York State’s Thousand Islands Region

Photo by: Bigstock/demerzel21 When it comes to great family vacation spots surrounded by beautiful lakeside scenery, New York state’s Thousand Islands region certainly fits the bill. This area offers a relaxing and scenic outdoor playground that is filled with a variety of ways to enjoy the day. Come to recharge, regroup, or rekindle your love […]

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Visiting Fort Worth Texas with kids

Fort Worth: Two Days in Cowtown with Kids

Fort Worth, Texas was once the end of the line for many of the great open-range cattle drives of the late 1800s. While the city holds tight to its cowboy history by offering a daily drive and a rodeo every weekend, it has also revitalized its downtown foodie scene and developed a visit-worthy cultural district. Pick […]

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Mont St. Michel

Visiting Mont St. Michel, France with Kids

Photo by: Stroujko Mont St. Michel appears like a mirage when visitors first lay eyes on it, looking as if it is floating off the coast between the Normandy and Brittany regions of France. Depending on the bay tides, it is sometimes completely surrounded by water, while other times it appears shrouded in fog, looking […]

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