Last updated on March 8th, 2020 at 03:23 am
While spring break is still several weeks away, it’s never too soon to start planning a spring get-away for your family! For some parents, finding a destination that caters to all members of the family can be a challenge. But with a little bit of research, it’s possible to find a location that everyone will enjoy visiting.
The Travel Channel and Away.com are both good places to start your research. Each site has compiled its own list of suggestions. If you’re stumped for ideas, take a look at some of their spring break trip ideas.
Smugglers’ Notch, Vermont – Families that don’t mind the cold can enjoy skiing, snowboarding, ropes courses, and more at this location, which has been rated #1 for family programs by SKI Magazine readers for 14 years.
San Diego, California and Naples, Florida – If fun in the sun is a top criterion of your family’s spring break plans, San Diego and Naples have a variety of options ready for your enjoyment. Some of San Diego’s top attractions include the San Diego Zoo, Old Town Trolley Tours, the San Diego Surfing Academy, museums, and more. Naples offers a variety of ways to connect with nature at the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, such as daily hiking and Friday sailing adventures, as well as the Naples Zoo and the Historic Naples Fishing Pier.
Wickenburg, Arizona – A wild west adventure awaits you at Wickenburg’s Rancho de los Caballeros. This dude ranch has been likened to “sleep-away camp for the entire family,” and has been showing families what life was like for a cowboy since 1947, with trail rides, campfire time, and more.
Where do you and your family enjoy visiting for spring break? Leave a comment to share with us. If you’ll be spending spring break at home, stay tuned – we’ll be sharing spring break “staycation” ideas on our blog soon!
And no matter whether you’ll be spending spring break traveling or hanging out in your own neighborhood, make sure that your kids are protected from the sun’s UV rays at all times. Visit the Real Kids Shades website to check out our protective sunglasses made just for kids!
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