Age Specific / MultigenerationalMay 3, 2023
Explore the Possibilities at the top U.S. Campgrounds and RV Parks
As of January 2023, more than 15,000 campgrounds and RV parks in the United States are registered as businesses. This country also enjoys an embarrassment of riches in national and state parks offering camping.
United Airlines Celebrates its First Class of United Aviate Graduates
As the only major U.S. airline to own a flight school, United Airlines already hit a major milestone, and now the carrier celebrates another important — and historic — step as the inaugural class of United Aviate Academy pilots graduates, leading the next generation of aviators. The 51 students in the graduating class were majority, at 80 percent, women and people of color — another stride toward United’s goal of training 5,000 new pilots by 2030 with half women or POC.
Age Specific / MultigenerationalMay 2, 2023
Pick the Perfect Destination and Ship for Your Crew
For families who love to cruise, gathering their entire gang for time together exploring new destinations aboard an ocean or river cruise can seem like the ideal way to turn a family reunion into the vacation of a lifetime. And the demand for multigenerational cruising is booming. But with so many traveler types and age ranges potentially in your extended family’s mix, you might find narrowing down the right cruise ship and ports of call for your multigenerational entourage a serious challenge.
MultigenerationalMay 1, 2023
6 Hotels Going All Out for Mother’s Day
If family travel is coinciding with Mother’s Day this year, check out these six hotels celebrating Mother’s Day in style.
North AmericaApr 28, 2023
Miami Marlins Create More Inclusive Ballpark for Families
The Miami Marlins recently unveiled a more inclusive ballpark fan experience at IoanDepot park for family travelers and fans to enjoy. New features include a Mamava Nursing Pod presented by Florida Blue. This nursing pod lies on the Promenade Level in front of Section 21 and provides mothers with a private and comfortable space to nurse while at the ballpark.
MultigenerationalApr 28, 2023
“Jay’s Horrible Day”: A Children’s Book Based on a True Story and Tackling Big Issues
As family travelers bring their families to various destinations around the globe, diversity, tolerance, empathy and compassion are incredibly important issues to help children comprehend. The children’s book Jay’s Horrible Day, by Stacey B. Shapiro, MSW, MLC, is part of the Big Issues for Little Children Series and “based on a true story about racism and discrimination.” It’s not always easy to handle issues as big as racism with children, but this book does so in an easily digestible manner.