Looking for an affordable family vacation? Kind of a silly question, right, because it’s not like I’m looking for an outrageously expensive vacation. Well, Livability.com recently identified the Top 10 Cities for Affordable Vacations. These were ranked by the quality and quantity of unique, low-cost activities. So, take a look and let me know what you think.
San Antonio (TX): Of course, head to The Alamo where admission is free and you and your family will learn a lot about the fall of The Alamo and the Texas Revolution.
Chattanooga (TN): I went to Chattanooga about 13 years ago. Definitely check out Ruby Falls. While not a free activity, it’s the highest underground waterfalls and worth a look.
Boulder (CO): Outdoor recreation is the name of the game in Boulder. Take advantage of 300 miles of hiking and biking trails or try some tubing or fly-fishing in Boulder Creek.
Have you been to any of these “affordable” vacation spots? I’d love to get your feedback on which ones are worth visiting as a family.
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