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Esther Lee is one of the co-founders of Trekaroo. She is also the mom to a 6 year old boy and 1 year old baby girl.
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Vacationing in Dallas with Kids

Everything in Texas is big and there's plenty of big fun in Dallas to enjoy when you're on vacation with the kids. Based on information from local parents and visits to Dallas with the entire family, here's a quick guide on all that you need when traveling to the Dallas area with the kids.

Carmel Valley Ranch with Kids – A Heavenly Stay

After a $35M renovation, the Carmel Valley Ranch is truly a divine getaway for families. With nearly 500 acres of land, “The Ranch” offers more activities than we were able to pack into our 2-night stay. The new owners of The Ranch have taken great care to create a relaxing and unique experience for the...

A Family Vacation to Amelia Island

There are 13 miles of beaches to explore, wildlife to meet close-up and lots of outdoor adventures for the entire family to be entertained by. Kim Orlando of TravelingMom.com was recently hosted by the Amelia Island tourist bureau and got to experience Amelia Island first-hand with her husband and two kids.

Monday Madness: Giants at the Dallas Zoo

The Steal: Win a pack of 4 tickets to the Dallas Zoo. Trekaroo is giving away a pack of 4 tickets to the Dallas Zoo

Best Hotels for Families in Dallas, Texas

Where to settle the family while hanging out in Dallas is always a tough choice. The reviews are in and families on Trekaroo have spoken. These are family favorites for hotels when in Dallas.

Family-friendly Events in Dallas, Texas

Here's a list of the best annual events in the Dallas area that are good for family fun. Are we missing something?

Getting around Dallas Texas with Kids

Trying to figure out how to get around Dallas and whether you need a car? Here's some quick advice.

When to Visit Dallas, Texas

To avoid melting in the summer heat, the best time to visit are in the spring (April/May) and in the fall (September/October).

Hot Spots in Toronto with Toddlers and Preschoolers

My husband grew up in Toronto and I’ve been amazed by the endless number of activities he comes up with to entertain our 3-year old toddler son and his 3, 5 and 8-year old nephews. Here are our favorites when visiting Toronto with kids under the age of 8.
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