They relied on AAA and trip-ticks (is that how you spell it?), and while we did have some “duds” in our day (I’m looking at you, Santa Land), most of the time we all had fun.
Planning a trip with appeal to multiple ages and interests can be a challenge, and I usually do my share of Google searches for things to do once we have chosen a destination.
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Best Family Destinations is a great start for pinpointing the “where” for your US-based family travel.
The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Best Family Destinations gives the run down on the top 200 US destinations for family travelers, with categories like:
· Top theme parks, family beaches, and other outdoor adventures
· The best road trips
· Most accessible national parks, eco-adventures, and recreation areas
· Rich cultural spots, including the best museum, event, or folk culture
· Can’t miss historical sites
· Budget-saving tips and fun facts to keep kids engaged
The advice in The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Best Family Destinations is compiled from a wealth of family destination research by FamilyTravelForum.com, and family travel expert Kyle McCarthy, editor of FamilyTravelForum.com and travelBIGO.com.