Holding on to travel memories can be hard for younger travelers, whether they travel a lot or only once in a while. There are many ways to keep memories alive, like telling stories, looking back at pictures or having a keepsake for the kids to have for years to come.
Every time you go somewhere, send yourself a postcard with your favorite memory from that trip or a little overview of what you did while visiting. Keep the postcards in a photo album or scrapbook to make it easy to look back on and remember for years after. Every once in a while, look back at the pictures on the front and the messages you wrote on the back to reminisce.
Collecting t-shirts is a fun way for kids to remember travels. When they wear them to school, camp or to a friend’s house, they can look back and share stories about the trip! Once they grow out of the t-shirts, they can be saved and eventually made into a quilt for them to keep forever.
Pictures are a great way to look back on a trip. As parents, you can take the pictures on your phone and then get them printed for a scrapbook or photo album. Also, if your child is old enough, you could give them a disposable or Polaroid camera for them to take their own pictures. This way, they can look back on the trip through their eyes and remember what they thought was cool or photo-worthy in the moment.
Father’s Day is right around the corner and Destin-Fort Walton Beach, Florida, is ready to help you spoil and celebrate the great men in your life. Destin-Fort Walton Beach is home to 24 miles of sugar-white-sand beaches and emerald waters with plenty of dad-favorite experiences and activities for the perfect Father’s Day celebration. With nearshore and offshore fishing to unique water adventures and delicious dining options, there are endless ways to celebrate dad.
With vaccinations now available to young teens, we wanted to celebrate our newfound freedom to travel with our teenager, Mary. As we considered where to go, June’s unusually warm weather immediately made Mary think of Maine’s beaches, uncrowded before the summer tourist season.
Velas Resorts in Mexico offers summer savings, perfect for a family getaway. Guests can take advantage of suite upgrades, 50 percent discounted stays for kids and teens, half-off round-trip airport transfers, complimentary hydrotherapy and up to a $300 resort credit for couples or family experiences. Early check-in and late check-out are available at select properties.
After the past year, no one really needs an excuse to get away and go on a well-deserved vacation. Whether you are looking for a weekend family getaway or a week-long trip, Virginia Beach is the place for you. With brand-new amenities, offers, activities and more, you can’t go wrong.
Families can enjoy the nostalgia of summer camp without tents, bugs or rain during Great Wolf Lodge’s Summer CampIn celebration, offering several exclusive, limited-time offerings alongside the resort’s indoor waterpark with slides, rafts and water play areas for all ages.
Dunton River Camp officially reopened for the 2021 season. Located four miles from its sister property, Dunton Hot Springs, the camp consists of eight luxury tents along the Dolores River in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains. The luxury tented camp offers guests curated experiences for the 2021 summer season.