Family Friendly New Years Eve: Where to spend New Year’s as a Family


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Where to spend New Years Eve as a Family

Thursday December 27, 2012

With little kids, it’s super fun to celebrate “Noon Year’s Eve” or find a fireworks party early in the evening. We have found the most family friendly New Years Eve Parties as well as wonderful things to enjoy on New Year’s Day. Happy New Year!!New Years Eve Parties for the whole family

Family Fun on New Year’s Day

…scroll down to see some more local events to ring in the New Year.

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Best place to celebrate New Year’s Eve?“ – mcfam

What’s been the best place you have celebrated New Year’s Eve as a family? At home? At a city park event? At a theme park? What has made it super fun for your family?

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Trekaroo’s New Year’s Event Calendar
Ring in the new year with one of these family-friendly events in a city near you.

Atlanta | Boston | Chicago | Denver | Houston | Los Angeles | Miami | New York | Philadelphia | Portland | San Diego | Salt Lake City | San Francisco | Seattle | Washington D.C.

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Michelle McCoy is Trekaroo’s Lead Travel Expert. She and her husband love traveling to National Parks and going camping, but when life with 4 young kids keeps them home - especially now with a high schooler - they find their fun in traveling to the local beaches in Orange County, CA and hiking in the wilderness areas nearby.

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