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Writer’s Guidelines

Road Trips for Families is trying to pound as many miles as possible, but we can’t go it alone. Do you have an idea for a road trip that families should know about? Have you taken a trip recently that our readers would enjoy? If you love the open road and want to write about it, let us know.

Only road trip specific stories please.

We do not pay for content and you can’t pay us to write about something.

We love to trade articles about road trips with established travel sites and companies that cover travel. If you’re a travel writer looking for an outlet for something road trip specific, talk to us.

We do not publish sponsored posts, so don’t contact us if you’re trying to get a link back to something totally unrelated. Our editorial policy is tough, we pride ourselves on the quality of writing in our online magazine.

We’re interested in articles of 600-800 words with great art. Query first, we don’t accept articles we haven’t approved.

Any articles published here become the property of Road Trips for Families. We do not publish reprints. We’ll happily link back to your travel site and/or social media profiles, if applicable.

Here’s what we’re looking for at the moment:

  • Your favorite festivals
  • New England, New England, New England
  • Top 10 lists as they relate to family travel
  • Water parks, amusement parks, ski resorts

Please email us at: sheri[at]roadtripsforfamilies[dot]com.


  • Tamala Prickett says:

    I am a travel blogger at http://www.ChicFamilyTravels.com and I would love to provide a guest post about the top 5 luxury resorts with kids clubs for toddlers. I have gotten a lot of positive feedback from my readers about this article as I personally researched the list of resorts and have stayed almost all of them. Also, it is VERY difficult to find a luxury resort with a kids club for children less than 3 years old and most start at 5 years old. This would provide some valuable information for your readers.
    Thank you for your consideration,
    Tamala Prickett

  • Hi Tamala,

    Thanks for your comment on Road Trips for Families. This sounds like a fun article idea and we can concur with you about traveling with toddlers and kids and finding decent amenities. Is the article a re-print or are you looking to submit original content?



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