As your vacation planning for 2017 begins in earnest, we thought it would be helpful to reach out to other family travel experts and ask their opinions on the best family vacation destinations. The responses cover the globe, from extremely popular Cuba to exotic Jordan and our neighbor to the north, Canada. These suggestions come from the experts, family travel writers who travel with their families for a living. Everyone has visited these destinations with their families and they are sharing the best family vacation destinations for 2017 to help you with your planning!
It is hard to believe our “See the USA” series has reached the letter X, and we are nearing the end. We have been exploring the country as we make our way through the alphabet each and every week. This week we have arrived at the letter X, a tricky letter, but thankfully Dr. Jessie Voigts of Wandering Educators has come to the rescue with Xenia, Ohio. If you missed last week we covered Waikoloa on the big island of Hawaii and the week before was the best of Vegas. I think you’ll be impressed by the family friendly things to do in Xenia, Ohio. I certainly am!
I hope you’re enjoying our “See the USA” series (you can find the list of all the letters here). Hopefully you caught the best of Boston last week and Austin the week before. We’re continuing on alphabetically with letter C and Columbus, Ohio. I’m thrilled to have Tonya from The Traveling Praters sharing the top 5 family friendly things to do in Columbus, Ohio because I learned a lot about the city and hopefully you will too!
Every summer many families partake on a great American road trip, and this year our journey has brought us to Cooperstown, New York. Our oldest son and his team has the opportunity to play baseball at the Cooperstown Dreams Park complex for the week. He will stay in the barracks on property, while we stay elsewhere, but we get to see him everyday while his team plays baseball. Teams come from all over the United States (and from Canada too), to play America’s past time and share moments as only 12 year old boys can. Our family thought it would be fun to bring not only our children but my parents as well on our great American road trip (even… [Read More]