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Submitted on Apr 25, 2021 Useful Info

The Best Trips for Your Family

Planning a family vacation can take a lot of time and effort, but the experiences and memories are more than worth it. There are many places that are easy to get to, affordable, and fun, which makes the stress of vacation minimal. Family-friendly vacations allow for children to stay on their sleep schedule, eat the food they like, and access the fun they want to have. There are a number of options below that make for great family trips.


Amusement Parks

Amusement parks, filled with rides, games, and entertainment, are great trips to make with a family. Amusement parks around the United States include Disneyland, Six Flags, Cedar Point, Busch Gardens and Hersheypark. Many of these parks boast fun rides for younger children to teens, but also are accessible for all and have fun shows and parades as well. If you are trying to figure out the best time to go to Disneyland or another one of these amusement parks, consider what is most important for your family: access to rides, weather, hours of operation, or entertainment (like fireworks). These factors vary over the course of the year, so deciding what are priorities for your family can help you decide. If you do not want crowds, consider not visiting in the summer or on weekends. If you want the parks to have extended hours and hot weather, visiting during peak busy times may be your best bet.


Beaches and Lakes

For water-loving families, beaches and lakes are great places to visit, like Myrtle Beach or Lake Tahoe. Children can learn to swim in the water, play in the sand, and learn about new water sports, like water-skiing or sailing. There are countless other water activities too, like fishing, snorkeling and kayaking. Many places by the water have sandy areas or decks, so the family members who prefer sun-bathing can enjoy that closeby. Around many areas with water are also many other family-friendly activities. This includes playgrounds, ice cream shops, miniature golf places and arcades. There is no shortage of diverse things to do to keep the whole family entertained and having fun.


Mountains

If you are looking for a winter vacation, visiting the mountains and partaking in winter activities is fun for all children, young and old. Families can learn how to ski and snowboard, or take up other snowy adventures like sledding, tubing, or ice-skating. Many ski areas have all of these activities and cater them so that individuals of all ages and abilities can find ways to enjoy their vacation.


Visiting the mountains in the summertime is another great trip option for a family: swimming pools, ropes courses and bike areas are all things you can do to fill your time and create great memories. Many ski areas convert their entertainment to warm-weather options, which means your family can enjoy a trip to the mountain at any time during the year.


National Parks

There are 423 national park sites in the United States, which include memorials, battlegrounds, lakeshores, monuments, scenic trails, rivers and more. With so many sites around the United States, your family can find one that is in an area you want to visit and is of interest to all. If your family is into history, you can check out battlegrounds and memorials, like Fort Sumter and Fort Moultrie in South Carolina. If your family is into hiking, you can visit Zion National Park in Utah or Acadia National Park in Maine.


Most of these national park sites have information for visitors, including children. The National Park Foundation (NPF) has created programs that help children learn about and enjoy nature and historic sites. If you want to plan a trip that is fun and impactful, consider traveling to a national park site. Many of these sites are close to other big cities and landmarks around the United States, so if you are going to Myrtle Beach, you can also easily make a trip to Fort Sumter outside Charleston.