While you may feel compelled to add it to your itinerary after a week in Orlando, there’s no need. Tampa Bay is a fun-filled family travel destination on its own, with theme parks, aquariums, museums, and outdoor recreation on land and water. If that’s not enough, there’s also shopping, theater, and professional sports.Read More
On a cross country road trip with an almost-teenager, our friends Pace and Kyeli offer their advice for vacation success with tweens and younger teens.
Family Navigation.com, a website for families integrating geocaching into their daily lives, is today’s guest post on Road Trips for Families. Learn how to geocache on a road trip and how the Geocache Diet can change your habits and your outlook on life.
There’s no doubt that road trips can be stressful. As you’re planning your holiday road trip this year, keep these tips in mind from Jeff Siegel, author of the forthcoming book, “RelationTrips,” for transforming a holiday journey from “Are we there yet?” to “Let’s go!”
In our first site interview with a seasoned geocacher, Road Trips for Families interviews Dominique King (GroverZ) about her caching experiences, her travel bugs, and some of her most interesting finds.
Columbia, Missouri, fondly known as the Athens of the Midwest, is a cultural mecca of art, education, and fine dining with friendly, small-town flair. Bring the kids, come hungry, and visit some of these popular dining spots the next time you’re passing through the area.