Driving to Niagara Falls or through western Pennsylvania to Ohio? It seems like all roads pass through Erie, Pennsylvania. I admit, from the highway, Erie doesn’t seem particularly enticing – all that’s visible from I-90 is strip malls, chain restaurants, and road construction. But, once you’re off the interstate and on the shores of Lake […]
Explore the United States with your family as you read our article archives featuring the best of the U.S.A.!
Boston, is where families travel to experience America’s colonial past. Here are our picks for the top 10 things for families to do in Boston.
Looking for a family beach getaway in the Midwest? Look no further than St Joseph, MI, a quaint little seaside town that packs a ton of family fun.
Boston is an enclave with a history of liberty…families can enjoy learning about its rich past and more; much of it in keeping with the idea of freedom: FREE.
Soft, sandy beach and the clear, warm water of the Gulf of Mexico – check. Family friendly entertainment and restaurants – double check. While South Padre Island has a reputation as a spring break party hub, it is a laid-back beach town perfect for family vacations as well (just avoid March!). Even during the coldest […]
Photo Courtesy of BigStock/aiisha Looking for the best Orlando Hotels for your family? Planning a trip to Orlando, Florida to explore Walt Disney World or Universal Studios? As a family, you may have several requirements when looking for the perfect hotel or resort from budget or kid-friendly amenities to being near The Parks. You may […]
Experience California’s natural wonders up close and personal. From the Sierras to the Pacific we’ve found the best California campgrounds for families.
My family is always looking for ways to have a relaxing vacation the whole family can enjoy. But, vacationing with small children can be anything but relaxing if the accommodations aren’t set up for families. Enter timeshares! Yep, you heard me right, timeshares.
A Family Road Trip To Carlsbad Caverns National Park and Guadalupe Mountains National Park For as long as I can remember, my mother has told me stories of her childhood road trips back and forth from Los Angeles to Chicago in a cramped car with no air conditioning in the 1950s. Some of her most […]