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Epic Southwest National Parks Road Trip with Kids

Spring is a beautiful season in America’s Southwest. The cactus bloom — yellow, fiery red, and deep purplish burgundy. The temperatures stay moderate, ranging from a cool 55 degrees in the highest elevations of New Mexico and topping out around 90 degrees Fahrenheit in Tucson and Phoenix. It’s possible to walk among southern Arizona’s towering […]

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A Family Guide to Carlsbad Caverns National Park and Guadalupe Mountains National Park

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 […]

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Celebrating the Holidays with Family in Albuquerque, NM

The air is crisp; luminarias and traditional Christmas lights are up all over Albuquerque. Getting in the holiday spirit with kids this December won’t be difficult with holiday strolls, theatre performances, visits with Santa, and breathtaking light displays. Come bring your family to celebrate the holidays in Albuquerque, NM with all of the fun events that […]

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Top Five Things To Do Near Santa Fe with Kids

Photo by: Bigstock/photojohn830 There’s no place quite like Santa Fe. See how the picturesque, red-orange hue of adobe architecture makes a striking statement against the crystal blue sky. Surrounded by desert fauna and cactuses, this capital city is the perfect spot to experience a sublime, out-of this-world kind of family vacation. In descending order, check out these top […]

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Ski School: Learning to Ski as an Adult at Taos Ski Valley

And there I was standing in the way of these ski soldiers in my outdated, blue-and-hot pink CB Sport coat, sticking out like an awkward duckling amid a sea of Northfaces and Patagonias. I was a beginner skier trying out for the first time the notoriously steep Taos Ski Valley slopes.

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Why We Travel: The Family Vacation

Why we travel is the hope that years later, our children will fondly remember the seeds of love and adventure sown in those wild woods of wonder.

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Best Campgrounds for Kids – Western States

Camping with kids is a great way to experience the simplicity of nature and enjoy some quality time with each other. These are some of the best campgrounds for kids in the western states to reconnect with nature and with your family.

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Nighttime Zoo Programming

Sleepy animals formerly seen napping in the daytime come out of their slumbering dens for a little night life. Zoo parks come alive featuring dramatic lighting and spectacular animal shows for their nighttime programming. There’s nothing like seeing something familiar during the day transform, quite literally, into party animals at night. Experience the unexpected at […]

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