Explore the temperate rainforests of Alaska with your kids; you’ll learn science skills as you investigate and discover in tide pools, rocks, and forests
Take your family to Shenandoah National Park to learn about forests, animals, plants, and even history while on vacation.
Get outside of New York City, and you’ll find that there is a lot for kids and families to take advantage of in Upstate New York. Look for beautiful state parks, interesting museums, and kid-friendly activities around every corner, particularly in the summer. Here are the top 10 Syracuse family-friendly things to do.
One of my favorite things about summer in Breckenridge, CO is being able to ride a bike everywhere.No wonder USA Today named Breckenridge as one of the top 10 places to take kids on a bike. Here are five ways to enjoy Breckenridge on two wheels.
BYU yields a family-friendly college town rich in family values, and conventional family fun. Here is Trekaroo’s list of fun things to do in Provo with kids.
Within an one-hour drive of historic Girona lie pretty Mediterranean villages offering quiet sandy coves, family activities, excellent seafood, and a wealth of seafaring history. I was surprised by unspoilt nature of the coastline and how well the medieval villages had been restored. I had imagined coastal Spain to be full of overbuilt beaches and tacky towns but this trip was a revelation. Here’s a taste of what Costa Brava offers.
When I asked my kids to share their favorite part of our trip to Peru, they answered “Everything!” From rafting the Urubamba River, to movie night at Sol y Luna Resort, exploring Ollyantaytambo, shopping, and of course, Machu Picchu, it was hard to pick.
In winter, Breckenridge CO is a skier’s paradise. However, during the summer in Breckenridge, this historic mining town transforms into a family vacation destination, especially for those who enjoy an active lifestyle.
Last summer my family spent some time in the rainforest. No, I am not talking about the jungles of Hawaii or the Amazon, but rather the rainy yet temperate forests of the Pacific Northwest. Washington’s Olympic National Park is home to forests filled with towering spruce and fir dripping with moss as they reach up towards a sky thick with waterlogged clouds.
There are few places on the planet more isolated or biologically diverse than the Hawaiian Islands. The islands were built by volcanic activity and the very volcanoes that formed the islands still dominate the landscape.