How to teach your kids about global warming and climate change is a daunting task but I suggest you begin with visiting a glacier.
Whether your family is headed to a state park or national park this summer, camping trips don’t have to break the bank. That said, having the best family camping …
Explore the unique history of Califonia’s Scenic Route 395 with your family. Scenic route 395 in California is a road full of history, adventure, and beauty. During this road trip, …
My husband and I have always loved to explore the outdoors; before having children, we had many outdoor adventures together. When I became pregnant with our son, we were told over and over that once he arrived, all our outdoor adventures would have to come to an end, at least for the first couple years. Oh, how those folks were wrong.
We were determined to continue our outdoor adventures and to share them with our little guy, and we weren’t willing to wait until he was “older”. He went hiking for the first time at 6 weeks old and camping at 9 months old. He has been on a 3 week road trip to the Pacific Northwest, camped for a week in the Superstition Mountains of Arizona, spent 10 days camping in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park, and we just got back from a 2 week trip to Glacier National Park. He has visited 7 national parks and he’s barely 17 months old!
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!
Impact on aquatic ecosystems begin with activities that inspire children to learn and take care of the environment and the creatures who reside there.
I’ve learned that kids are amazed by the suffix “-est.” They are captivated by finding the biggest, longest, and smallest. Our latest search, led us to the world’s oldest living organism: the Great Basin bristlecone pine tree.
If you’ve ever taken a road trip anywhere in the US or Canada, you’ve probably seen the ubiquitous yellow sign along the road. And if you’ve never stayed at a KOA, …
Visiting Glacier National Park with kids both now and then was just as unforgettable: incomparable mountain scenery, bountiful wildlife creatures, overwhelming peace and solitude.
With all of the appeal of the temperate rainforest and a much smaller population than Anchorage, Juneau has an offering the size of the ocean for families looking for fun.
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.
I have lived in California for 28 years, but never visited any of its national parks. When the opportunity to visit three national parks in three days presented itself, I jumped at the chance.
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.