Maple Sugaring – A New England Rite of Spring for Kids

To New Englanders, March means one thing: maple syrup. Maple sugaring is one of New England’s most cherished rites of spring, perhaps because it’s one of the first signs we see of the changing seasons. Warm days and nights below freezing are just what maple syrup makers dream of. That’s when the sap runs the […]

Traveling Canada by Train

Traveling with multiple generations within your family can certainly enhance everyone’s lives — that time spent with one another is special, and you will surely create memories that will last a lifetime. Now, imagine if you really slowed down your travel and made your time together even more meaningful. That’s just what you can do […]

Newest Race Car Resort

NASCAR kids and race-car loving teens will feel right at home during a session with Formula Experiences this spring. At the Virginia International Raceway & Resort, guests can observe, ride along and even drive actual 2018 racecars around the track. The motor-heads in your family can stay at the resort while playing FIA pro and […]

Black Panther-Inspired Vacation Destinations

Marvel’s latest film, Black Panther has been No. 1 in the box office and on music charts and top of mind for film buffs since the movie’s release. The powerful imagery and incredible scenery even inspired a slew of family vacations in Africa, putting families as close to Wakanda as possible. Sidi Bou Said, Tunisia […]

Multi-Sport Tours for Summer Vacation

Panama Bring the family to Panama this summer for outdoor adventure, beautiful scenery and educational experiences. The nine-day tour takes your family through Central America’s lush rainforests, zip lining, hiking and observing the diverse region’s incredible wildlife. Keep an eye out for monkeys lurking in the jungle before heading to the turquoise blue waters of […]

How to Give Your Teenagers More Independence on Vacation

Family vacations and tension often go hand in hand, despite the best of intentions. And, when teens are involved, there’s the added stress of battling it out over their independence. But ask yourself how often your teenagers go out when they’re at home. If they’re accustomed to stepping out with friends, biking to after school […]