About the author

Sharon Rigney (aka msrigs) is one of Trekaroo's Travel Experts located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She's a mother to a daughter and two sons, ages 10-16. She and her family welcome the opportunity to travel and try new things, sometimes close to home and sometimes just a little out of their comfort zone just to shake things up. Her kids are so used to her reviewer's eye, that their first question when something notable happens on vacation is usually "so are you going to write about that"?

Top 10 Things To Do in Philadelphia With Kids

The city of Philadelphia offers up plenty of great places to visit, discover, learn, be entertained, and make memories. Here are our recommendations for the Top 10 things for families to do in Philadelphia, along with super tips on spots to dine, stay, and day trip.

Monday Madness: Win an All-Inclusive Family Vacation at Grand Palladium Colonial Resort and Spa

This week, we’re talking about all-inclusive family vacation experiences on Trekaroo! Our Monday Madness giveaway kicks things off in style, with an amazing all-inclusive family vacation up for grabs at Grand Palladium Colonial Resort and Spa in Riviera Maya, Mexico.
Water at Woodloch Pines Resort, Rawley, PA Photo by: Trekaroo/msrigs

Pennsylvania’s Woodloch Pines Resort: an All-Season, All-Inclusive Family Vacation

Woodloch Pines caters to families, big or small, and offers everyone a chance to relax, unwind, and spend quality time together in a scenic setting. When my family of five visited in September, we got to see firsthand how amazing taking time in the great outdoors can be!
Pocono Mountains with Kids Photo by: Flickr/saaack

The Pocono Mountains: Vacation in a Place of Beauty that’s also Loaded with Fun!

From the simplicity of nature in its truest form, to fascinating points-of-interest, incredible indoor and outdoor activities for the whole family, great places to stay, and good restaurants and friendly people, the Pocono Mountains have it all! Sometimes the greatest treasures of all are right under your nose! You really just need to slow down...

How to Visit Gettysburg with Kids: Celebrating 150 Years Since the Famous Battle

  Back in 1863, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania was the site of one of the most pivotal battles in the Civil War. Many places in the town have been preserved to educate visitors about this historic event. I visited Gettysburg with kids (ages 14, 11, and 7.5) who were definitely awed by all that happened here! Think...
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