Nature Meets Nurture at Spirit Ridge Resort

Living only a few hours south of Montreal, I’ve always planned to visit, but have never actually committed and booked to a trip to Canada — after visiting Osoyoos, B.C., I see what I’ve been missing. Although British Columbia is across the country, the naturalist vibe and wild beauty is right up my alley. I […]

Family Farm-Field-to-Farm-Table Dining in Maine

Raising your kids on farm-fresh ingredients has been increasingly easier, even while traveling, as farm-to-table dining has been a growing trend in the travel industry. With hotels, resorts and restaurants focusing more on locally grown, sourced and organically-farmed produce, parents have their pick of the litter (for the most part) for farm-to-table dining. Want to […]

Family Fun in the Catskills

The Catskills, located only about two hours from New York City by car, offer proof you don’t have to hop on a plane to enjoy a family vacation this summer. Hudson River cruises, rail excursions, concerts and even the World’s Largest Kaleidoscope are among the activities just waiting for parents and kids this year at […]

A Look at the Kid-Friendly Florida Keys

When people think of the Florida Keys, many probably instantly think of Key West, with its charming architecture, southernmost spot in the continental United States fame and party vibes, and that’s perfectly fine. But there is more to the Florida Keys than Key West. In fact, the 125-mile island chain is filled with fun activities […]

Las Vegas Casinos with Pint-Sized Fun

Sin City and the City of Lights may not conjure up the image of family friendliness, but Las Vegas is a surprisingly welcoming spot for kids if you know where to go and what to do. Start by skipping the high-rolling casinos and scantily clad stage shows and opt for casinos that actually keep kids […]

Celebrating America with Simple Small Town U.S.A. Pleasures

Major cities across the United States, from Washington, D.C. and Boston to Chicago and San Francisco, mastered the art of “blowout July 4th” weekends, from massive waterfront fireworks displays to public concerts and music festivals to food festivals demonstrating how much of a melting pot our cities and country have become. On the other hand, […]