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Lake Powell Houseboat Trip, An Ideal Multigenerational Outdoor Getaway

Houseboating on Lake Powell is the ideal multigenerational outdoor getaway as you explore the Arizona waters with your family and friends in tow.

5 Family Friendly Hikes in Yellowstone

Our nation’s first national park is known for spouting geysers, plunging falls, and an abundance of wildlife. Most see Yellowstone by car, but there are actually several great hikes in Yellowstone National Park of ranging levels of difficulty. Yellowstone is a massive park and these five hikes were chosen in part for there amazing scenery, kid-friendly...

Visiting Kenai Fjords National Park with Kids

Kenai Fjords National Park in Seward, Alaska is a National Park unlike any other. With road access to only Exit Glacier, the remainder of the park is accessible only by boat or kayak, plane or hiking.  The park contains remarkable sites like Fox Island, the Harding Icefield, and Bear Glacier, but you will need to...

Exploring Denali National Park With Kids

With Denali, North America’s highest mountain peak, towering over the vast landscape and abundant wildlife of Denali National Park, it’s no wonder travelers from across the world make Denali a bucket list destination. Most parents who visit Denali National Park with kids either hop on a non-narrated transit bus to explore the park or book...

Best Hikes in Rocky Mountain National Park for Families

Rocky Mountain National Park is a hiker’s paradise. Trails to alpine lakes, cascading waterfalls, jagged peaks, and wildflower-dotted tundra abound. This park offers something for everyone, from  0.5 jaunts around a lake or 11-mile leg burners that climb high above the tree line. What are the best hikes in Rocky Mountain National Park for families?...

Best Virginia Road Trips – The Blue Ridge Parkway

The Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia follows the ridge line of the Blue Ridge Mountains as it winds for almost 217 miles from Shenandoah National Park to the North Carolina border. This summer, experience one of the best Virginia road trips on the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia with your family! The 469-mile Blue Ridge...

Road Trip US Route 50 in Nevada with Kids

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.

Road Trip from DC to the New River Gorge, West Virginia

Travel in West Virginia is unique. It’s not about the museums at the next destination. It’s not about how many water slides are at a resort. Exploring West Virginia is a journey: from the point that the car tires leave the interstate pavement until they cross out of the Mountain State once again. West Virginia’s famous country...

How to Score a Campground at Popular National Parks

...it’s important to get the information you need in order to make reservations for the more crowded National Parks. Many of them have campsites that fill quickly with reservations on the first day they are opened. Here’s the information you need in order to plan for your summer and get the reservations you desire.
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