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Road School Learning about Dinosaurs

Road School: Learning about Dinosaurs while Traveling and at Home

Learn about ways to incorporate paleontology while traveling on the road, close to home, and curled up on the couch.

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A Coastal Weekend Away from it All in Cannon Beach

Sometimes as a family we don’t need a full-on holiday, we need a quick weekend fix. We need a place where we can pack for a night or two away and come back feeling refreshed and ready for the week ahead without a daunting pile of laundry or a giant time adjustment. We need to feel the sand under […]

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Top Family-Friendly State Parks that Rival National Parks

Top Family-Friendly State Parks that Rival National Parks

Trekaroo families found top family-friendly state parks that rival national parks with spectacular scenery and kid-friendly beaches, trails, and lakes.

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Year-round family fun in Bend, Oregon

Year-Round Family Fun in Bend, Oregon

Photo by: Bigstock/jkraft5 Bend, Oregon is a little jewel in the heart of Eastern (although a lot of people call it Central) Oregon. It sits roughly 2.5 hours from the Willamette Valley in Oregon’s high desert, which is a marvel in itself. There is really no bad time to visit as it sits in the rain […]

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where to ski close to home

Where to Ski Close to Home: Ski Programs and Packages Ideal for Learning

Where to Ski Close to Home: Find Ski programs and packages offering deals for families learning how to ski in their own neighborhood.

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Road School Visiting Volcanoes with Kids

Road School: Visiting Volcanoes with Kids

Each volcano site has its own features that make it so unique. As a traveling family we like to visit them all, but if you can only pick one of the following top volcanoes to visit with kids, any one will do!

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Favorite US History Museums for Kids

Favorite U.S. History Museums with Kids

Teaching our kids about the history of the country we call home is an important task, but where to start? We’ve rounded up a few favorite U.S. history museums to visit with kids.

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