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.
Snow tubing can be a lot of fun for the whole family. But what about families with toddlers or preschoolers in tow? Fortunately, there are several East Coast resorts and tubing parks that have carved out winter play and kiddie tubing areas to the delight of parents up and down the coast.
Trekaroo wants to make sure that you know a few of the ways to spend the holidays at theme parks across the U.S.A.
We were fortunate enough to enjoy the opening weekend of holiday festivities in Williamsburg, VA, and they definitely know how to deck the halls! Planning a holiday excursion to the beautiful Historic Triangle? Here are some must-sees and dos for your family!
Here are ten day trips from Washington DC (less than 90 miles from the White House) perfect for travelers visiting Washington DC with families.
Looking for things to do with kids in Richmond, Virginia while on an I-95 road trip? We’ve got you covered from southern history to outdoor adventure.
It’s no secret why Virginia’s state motto is “Virginia is for Lovers.” Simply put, whatever you love to do, you’ll find it in Virginia. If you’ve never been before, or are looking for assistance in creating a memorable vacation itinerary, here are our picks for the top ten things for families to do in Virginia.
I’ve listened to my friends rave about their relaxing vacations in oceanfront hotels and strolls along the boardwalk in Virginia Beach from the moment that I arrived on the East Coast two years ago. But, I’m simply not a relaxing on the beach sort of gal; I love the sand between my toes and the […]