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Chicago to Florida Road trip

Chicago to Florida Road Trip with the Kids

After our epic road trip from Chicago to Yellowstone, we were itching to plan another fun road trip. 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 included plenty of fun stops, museums, tons of food (especially BBQ),...

Things to Do in Toledo with Kids – More than an I-90 Ohio Pit-Stop

Driving from Chicago to New York this summer? Chances are good that your route will take you past Toledo. Four years ago my family traveled through Toledo driving Interstate 90 east to Washington DC. Planning that trip, I had difficulty finding things to do in Toledo with kids. However, parents driving Interstate 90 in Ohio...

California National Parks Road Trip: Exploring California’s Mountain National Parks

Enjoy a great road trip? Love our nation’s National Parks? Well then we have an itinerary for you! Much of California’s eastern spine is dominated by some of the most incredible mountain scenery that our country has to offer. The Sierra Nevada range is home to Sequoia, Kings Canyon, and Yosemite National Parks, while Lassen...
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Road Trip Games for Kids with Free Printable – Having Fun & Staying Sane on Long Road Trips

Looking for low-tech activities for kids for your next road trip? We've got great road trip games & activities for the family; no electronics needed.

Driving in Germany and Central Europe: Tips for Planning a European Road Trip with Kids

In August 2017, my family rented a car in Frankfurt, Germany and spent two weeks driving throughout Central Europe on our European road trip. Our 2-week Europe trip itinerary included the Czech Republic’s Bohemian Switzerland National Park, Krakow’s Wieliczka Salt Mine, and Austria’s Salzkammergut. Thanks to our rental car, we were able to spend the...

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. They range from a cool 55 degrees in the highest elevations of New Mexico and top out around 90 degrees Fahrenheit in Tucson and Phoenix. It’s possible to walk among southern Arizona’s...

Why We Travel: Curious Kids in the Making

  From Trekaroo’s CEO LiLing Pang’s original post on Why We Travel, written in January 2009: The Value of Family Travel Discovered Amidst Road Trip Mayhem On our recent road trip with the kids from San Francisco to Seattle, I had a particularly bad travel moment. Sick to my stomach with a stomach bug, I pleaded...

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