Beth Keklak is Trekaroo’s Destination Guroo for New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. She is a born and raised Jersey Girl, without the perpetual tan or big hair. Her family believes that leaving the messy house and To Do List behind to head out on an adventure is the best way to connect as a family and make memories. Find her personal ramblings at Life in the BAT Cave.
New York City is one of the most visited places in the country -and with good reason. There are countless family-friendly activities and historical sights to explore, but all those visits can add up. NYC offers a plethora of free activities for families to enjoy.
New York is a mecca of tourist attractions and has something to offer everyone, no matter your age, gender, or taste. You can find world class museums, theater, shopping, eating, and sporting events. With all this city has to offer, it may be hard to decide where to base your first trip to NYC but...
Dog sledding is a unique opportunity for families to enjoy. There are many outfitters across the country providing kennel tours, education, sled tours, lessons, and hands-on experiences. Without doubt, dog sledding is an experience your family will not soon forget.
Factory tours may not be the first activity on your traveling list, but many are ideal for families, and help provide unique, behind-the-scenes views of different businesses. Factory Tours can be informative, entertaining, and in some cases, downright delicious.
This area offers quaint towns, family friendly activities, beautiful sunsets, pristine beaches, and some of the best bird sighting and nature exploration you can find anywhere. Here are some of best activities in the area for families to enjoy.
Kentucky can’t wait to roll out bluegrass covered hills and Southern hospitality to welcome you to their state. Among the big cities and the charming small towns, you will find much to discover: outdoor adventures, history, museums, and horses are just a few of the journeys that await you.