Golden, British Columbia is a small town nestled close to six of Canada’s most loved national parks. Less than a 3 hour drive from Calgary, Alberta, Golden is the perfect place for families who love outdoor adventures. Year-round the town welcomes families to explore the Canadian Rocky Mountains, enjoy the scenery, and dine at some […]
Every time I return to West Virginia, the beauty of its mountains and the friendliness of its people strikes me anew. What a pleasant change from my carefully-managed, packed-full daily routine living just outside Washington DC! A couple of nights away from the city in Appalachia, and my family is refreshed. It’s even more special […]
It’s no secret that I love to travel with my kids; we’ve shared adventures from the Alps of Switzerland to the coastline of California. However, as much as I enjoy showing my kids the world, my children’s favorite vacation memories tend to be our more simple travels closer to home. Yes, if given the choice, […]
Skiing with the family in Virginia, West Virginia, and North Carolina is easy, fun, and economical. Southeastern ski resorts are smaller than those you find on the west coast, but they are still a delight for the entire family. A smaller resort is more affordable, making them ideal for once-per-season ski trip families.
Minnesota is full of pristine lakes, full-service resorts, historically significant people and places, and lots of wild space.
Fans of Winter Park, Colorado would prefer that we keep this amazing ski resort a secret. However, we’re here to reveal why you should visit with the family.
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Photo by: Daniel Milchev, Keystone Resorts What if you like the idea of skiing, but really prefer to sip hot chocolate by a roaring fire and simply take in the view of the snowy mountains? After two previous ski vacations to Taos Ski Valley and Ski Santa Fe, my husband and I realized that we […]
West Virginia Tourism: We have the top 10 things to do in West Virginia like whitewater rafting, canoeing, & history exploring, to snowshoing & geocaching.