Vacations For The Active Family

Written by on July 7, 2018 in News Flash with 0 Comments

Family vacations are something to look forward to, although they can be pretty stressful to plan. When kids are involved, it’s hard to find a time when everyone is off from school, nobody is missing out on soccer tournaments, art camps, or graduation parties. Even a family of four requires the matching schedules of four individuals in order to get a week to yourselves. Choosing the timeline is arguably the hardest part of planning a family vacation, but how do you all decide on where you want to go? Island vacations are great for families with older kids, maybe college age.

The same goes for site seeing vacations like Europe. Smaller children on the other hand aren’t going to sit still or be interested enough for walking tours. For that reason, finding a place where the active family can have a good time is clutch. If you’re finding that your family is in this conundrum, check out these destinations.

Disney World

You can’t really go wrong with visiting Disney World. Even if you’re only going to do it once, it’s something that you must do with your family when they’re going to appreciate it. A family trip to Disney World is far from relaxing. You better be ready to battle the heat, walk miles at a time, and wait in some lengthy lines. It might sound a little daunting, but when you’re walking down Main Street USA with a Mickey Mouse ice cream pop in your hand, you’re going to realize it’s the happiest place on Earth. If you’re traveling with little ones, it’s really beneficial to stay in a Disney resort. Transportation to all of the parks is included and it comes with perks like extra magic hours. Disney isn’t just for the kids, there are plenty of things for adults to do to. After you check out the new Toy Story World, make sure you travel to Epcot and “drink around the world”. Also, keep updated when is the best time to go to Disney World. The peak time will make your family vacation a bit high on budget.

The Great Outdoors

If you’ve got yourself a family that enjoys the great outdoors, stay in a place like Birchcliff Resort. Located next to the Dells of Wisconsin River State Natural Area, you can find a petting zoo, beach access, and even a heated pool. When you book through DellsBooking, you can reserve a cabin, a stay more unique than any hotel you can find. BirchCliff offers old time cabins, loft style cabins, studio cabins, private cabins, ranch style cabins, and the Treehouse. The cabins are just a little over a mile outside Downtown Wisconsin Dells, boat rentals, state parks, bars, horseback riding, zip-lining, casinos, rock climbing, and tubing. This vacation can be relaxing if you want it to be, or go-go-go for the restless.

The Grand Canyon

A staple family vacation, especially if you can take the traditional RV to get there. You can find the right RV here. A trip to the Grand Canyon was actually rated #3 for the best family vacations in the US. The National Park is home to activities like kayaking, hiking, rafting, and of course sightseeing. You’re going to find that it’s most crowded in the summer months, but that is the best time to go. Near the Grand Canyon you’ll find Grand Canyon Village, North Rim, and Bright Angel Trail; the top 3 things to do in the area. The best hotels in the area are El Tovar, The Grand Hotel at the Grand Canyon and Best Western Premier Grand Canyon Squire Inn.

The Outer Banks

Just because you’ve got young kids doesn’t mean you don’t want time to veg out in the sun. If that’s the case, you can go to the Outer Banks rather than spending a fortune on an island. The Outer Banks are in North Carolina and is the perfect destination for a relaxing week on the water. With large beaches and plenty to do, the kids won’t have a hard time entertaining themselves. It’s even rated the #1 best family beach in the U.S.

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