For those who love to take road trips and navigate off the beaten path, the small towns that make up the Midwest can provide the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.
From wineries to waterparks, the Midwest offers a number of smaller attractions that can foster magnificent memories.
It’s hard to argue that the South has some of the best food in the country. So, it shouldn’t be surprising that many foodie cities are popping up around the Southeast.
While a few of these are hidden gems, you can rest assured they won’t be for long. As more people flock to the Southeast as a destination for food and fun, you’re going to want to beat the crowds and snag a table (or a few dozen) at some of these Southern foodie cities.
In this post, we’re going to highlight which cities are catching the attention of foodies across the country.
Grab a snack, because you’re going to be hungry after reading these!
Unless you’ve invested in snorkeling or deep-sea-diving gear, the closest you’ll get to the surrounding aquatic wonderlands is a visit to an aquarium. Thankfully, the northeastern region of the United States is chock-full of them.
No matter if you live every day like it’s Shark Week or just want to spend a rainy afternoon indoors, each one of the aquariums listed below has something wet, wild, and one-of-a-kind for everyone.
Dollywood is an often overlooked theme park. But, it’s been around in one form or another almost as long as Disneyland. Located in Pigeon Forge, this family-friendly park opens its gates annually from President’s Day to the Christmas season. It stands as one of Tennessee’s most popular attractions and tourist destinations. And it has expanded into a full-fledged vacation resort including a water park, hotel, and a dining experience.
When most people think of Miami – they think of this cool and trendy city that never sleeps and has no place for kids. But, that’s not true. While there’s certainly a nightlife scene, there are also plenty of family friendly things to enjoy as well. And what’s even better is- you can enjoy them all year long.
As the end of summer quickly approaches, the start of a brand new school year is just around the corner. What that means is you have only a few short weeks left to squeeze in that last minute vacation or weekend trip with your kids before they head back to the classroom.
Why not end summer with a bang by arranging a quick back to school trip for the kids?
Not only will it let them celebrate a “last hurrah” before the focus is on early morning wake ups and homework, but it will give your family a nice little bit of bonding time before the craziness of the school year begins.
The good news is we’ve got a few ideas for you. So, if you’ve got time to take the family on a back to school trip to celebrate the end of the summer, keep reading!
School may be out for summer, but that doesn’t mean the learning has to stop. In fact, it’s better when children are continually exposed to learning opportunities. Help stretch their minds and increase their knowledge base with these fun and engaging destinations.
If you envision taking a dip in a natural spring this summer, plan your next vacation in Florida- where there are over 200 springs located throughout the state! Not sure where to start? How about Ginnie Springs? It’s made up of 200 acres and 7 stunning, crystal clear springs that join together along the Santa Fe River. Once privately owned by the Wray family, Ginnie Springs has been open to the public since the 1990’s.