Steamboat Springs is a highly rated family ski resort with a very special STARS program providing kids with any developmental disabilities a chance to feel victorious as a developing skier. Two families with special needs children contribute their insiders’ tips on a fabulous ski vacation for the whole family.
Traveling to the Pacific Northwest with kids on a fabulous one week summer vacation taking in the sea air and seeing some of the most scenic outdoors the United States has to offer.
Traveling with kids to Washington DC is a valuable U.S. history class disguised as a vacation. In addition to being a beautiful, bustling city it has over 15 museums, monuments, a zoo, and an aquarium for free, making this a great family vacation on a reasonable budget.
A convoy of two families enjoyed their summer vacation with driving “RV style” in a loop to Wyoming, Grand Teton, Yellowstone, Cody, Gallatin, Jackson Hole and Bear Lake. In the course of eleven days, 1000 miles were logged and eight campgrounds were conquered, making these families “RV camping masters.”
Two families rent together for an economical and adventurous Florida keys spring break. Marathon Key is perfectly situated in the middle of all the keys to maximize the opportunity that each Key has to offer.
A classic summer vacation for this family of four included planes, trains, automobiles and boats! This kid-friendly outdoor journey takes this family to the American iconic cities of Denver, San Francisco, Monterey and Carmel.
This family loves the Puerto Vallarta area so much they purchased a timeshare on their first trip. A family of four with two daughters love the town, the beaches and the variety of activities they can engage in on each visit.
This family of five enjoyed a late summer vacation on the oldest and most northern islands of Hawaii. Kauai seems to offer it all: emerald valleys, amazing golden beaches, majestic waterfalls, and adventurous family activities for kids of all ages.
Travelling with kids to Mexico was easier than expected for this family of four. Beautiful weather combined with adventurous family activities for all ages changed this families opinion of tourism in Mexico.
Itinerary for travelling with kids to Pennsylvania: This history buff and presidentially proficient parent planned a U.S. historical journey with her family. Over the course of 4 days, the two school-aged children had a great time learning about U.S. History.
Camping with kids in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park offers fabulous opportunities to explore and discover nature and cultural history of the Appalachian Mountains. With the right planning, this “one with nature” vacation gets the kids in the most unplugged state while enjoying the glorious outdoors. This single mom of two managed this adventurous trip in the Smoky Mountains.
An annual summer event, this Guest Ranch has been this family’s favorite summer vacation spot. A Bar A Guest Ranch is one of the “oldest” guest ranches but for this family of five, it never got old.