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California’s Family-Friendly Wineries

While thoughts of California’s wine country and sprawling vineyards might conjure thoughts of adult-only alone time and girls’ weekend retreats, there’s actually a kid-friendly side to wine-tasting tourism. While some wine producers require guests to be 21 or older for liability reasons, there are still a host of wineries not only allowing minors and kids […]

Cycling Tours with Saddle Skedaddle

Calling all cycling families and experienced riders: Saddle Skedaddle is selling its world-class cycling adventures in North America for the first time in its 25-year history. Offering incredible cycling tours through exotic terrain, Saddle Skedaddle is music to the adventure travelers’ ears, families included. With more than two decades experience traveling to diverse destinations around […]

An Active Guide to Exploring Loire

UNESCO World Heritage sites, endless vistas of stunning lakes, vineyards and rolling estates: just another day in the Loire Valley region of France. If this sounds like your dream destination, that’s because it is. Escape from reality into a fantasy land of European charms, history, luxury and quaint, quintessential French delights in the Loire Valley, […]

See if Adventures by Disney, California Edition is a Fit For Your Family

While California may be the actual birthplace of the now world-famous Disney theme parks, as an East Coast girl, my association to the Happiest Place on Earth was the Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. On a recent trip to California with Adventures by Disney, I saw just exactly how much I was missing. […]

Star Wars Travel for May 4

Thanks to the way it sounds when spoken in a sentence, May 4 has long been known as a day for Star Wars fans to openly celebrate the movies, books, comics and videogames released since 1976. It is no wonder, then, some people will inevitably want to travel for the occasion. In addition to destinations, […]

Deadwood is Alive and Well in the Black Hills of South Dakota

Fans of Deadwood, HBO’s popular series, are salivating over the impending release of the film of the same name, set to debut May 31. But did you know that Deadwood is a real place in South Dakota you and the kids can actually visit? Located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Historic Deadwood was a […]