Saturday, April 11, 2009

Kid Friendly Vacations in your backyard

Going on a kid-friendly vacation doesn’t have to mean wearing mouse ears or getting sand in your shorts. Stay close to home or hop in the car for a road trip. The following destinations will give your family memories to last a lifetime without needing a passport.

With a 100,000 sq. ft. indoor and outdoor water parks, toddler playzones, a kid-friendly spa, huge arcade and 24 hour Fitness Room this resort has something for everyone. Many of the rooms, suites and condos include a mini fridge, fireplace, Wi-Fi and park passes.

Amish country isn’t just horse & buggys. Hershey Park and Dutch Wonderland are 2 of the largest attractions but with Hot Air Balloon rides and petting zoos and children’s museums your stay doesn’t have to be stuck in long lines. With the right timing you can enjoy the Lancaster Ghost Tour, the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire or the Kutztown Folk Festival.

Allowing Parents and children to enjoy activities together and alone is what keeps families coming back year after year. With “camps’ designed for every age group from infant to age 15 and separate activities for adults there will never be a dull moment of your vacation.

With the famed Portland’s Children Museum, Oregon Zoo and North Clackamas Aquatic Park you children will fall in love everything they see. Make it a green vacation with a visit to the Forest Park Conservancy, a 5,000 acre forested wilderness in the city of Portland.

Float down a lazy river or make some smores in a fire pit. Adults can enjoy a round of golf at the acclaimed Hill Country Golf Club while the kids attend Camp Armadillo while being a short distance to the Alamo, Seaworld, Six Flags and San Antonio’s Riverwalk.

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