My family loves a great road trip. After scanning the map, we thought it was about time to make the drive from Chicago to Florida. Oh, and what a fun road trip it was! Our road trip from Chicago to Florida included plenty of fun stops, museums, tons of food (especially BBQ), and of course...
Whether on the white sand beaches or in a Magic Kingdom, families can find their treasures – vacations packed with priceless memories. These are my Top Ten things for families to do in Florida. Embark on your journey to Florida today!
Along with 23 miles of beaches, and over half a million acres of Everglades to the west, Fort Lauderdale offers a relaxed city with culture, adventure, and natural beauty to enjoy. Here are our top 10 things for families to do in Fort Lauderdale.
Kentucky can’t wait to roll out bluegrass covered hills and Southern hospitality to welcome you to their state. Among the big cities and the charming small towns, you will find much to discover: outdoor adventures, history, museums, and horses are just a few of the journeys that await you.
Arkansas, officially known as the “Natural State”, will fill the tanks of history buffs, outdoor addicts, and the lovers of true Americana. The 25th state is the birthplace of Wal-Mart and former President Bill Clinton.
Tennessee is a state of many titles. From the birthplace of rock and roll to the land of the Great Smokies, Tennessee is a travel utopia for families that want music knowledge, a living history lesson, outdoor adventure, and nature experience.
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.