February 24, 2018

10 Best Indoor Waterpark Hotels

You may need to bundle the kids up to send them off to school, but when the weekend comes, get ready to grab the swimsuits, goggles and beach towels. It’s time to splash, slide and get wet at an indoor waterpark hotel, like Caribbean Cove Hotel & Waterpark in Indianapolis or Falls Avenue Resort in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Whether you […]

10 Great KOA Campgrounds for Kids

I’ve mentioned several times that I am decidedly not a camper, at least not a “pitch your own tent” kind of camper. I don’t know how to pitch a tent, at least not yet, and I don’t own a sleeping bag. However, I do love a good campground. Three years, ago, we stayed in deluxe cabins at the Mystic KOA […]

10 Tulip Gardens & Festivals to Visit with Kids

I love tulips. I really, really wanted to go to the Netherlands this year to see the tulips, but given my recent career switch into travel PR, it just wasn’t in the cards. Fortunately, I found the next best thing about 25 minutes from my house: Burnside Farms. While not the Keukenhof, there were rows and rows of tulips of all […]

Michigan with Kids: 10 Winter Must-Do’s in the Upper Peninsula

Up until last week, I had never been to Michigan. To be honest, I was quite hesitant when I was invited in late-January for a visit by Travel Michigan to experience winter activities, like snowshoeing, dog sledding and snowmobiling. I was constantly checking the temps on my iPhone. It was cold, like really cold. Fortunately, I talked myself off the […]

10 Ways to Pass Time with Kids at the Detroit Airport

I’ve spent the last six hours in the Detroit Metropolitan Airport. I’m on my way to Sault Ste Marie for a long weekend of snowshoeing, dog sledding and snowmobiling courtesy of Pure Michigan. I missed my connecting flight this morning due to a flight delay (freezing fog in Detroit), and it will be another two hours before the next flight […]

5 LEGO Exhibits for LEGO-Maniacs in Your Family

We took the kids to see The LEGO Movie over the weekend and I loved everything about the movie, except maybe the $9.50 child’s matinee ticket price (ouch). The plot was cute. I love Chris Pratt who voiced the lead character, Emmet. And of course, I can’t get enough of this song. If you want more, more, more LEGO after […]

Lonely Planet: Top-10 U.S. Travel Destinations for 2014

This morning, Lonely Planet unveiled their list of the Top-10 U.S. Travel Destinations for 2014, including some great cities I’ve covered before here on Kidventurous, such as Boston and Las Vegas. Take a look at all 10 must-visit destinations you may want to consider for your next family adventure. 1. Grand Rapids & Lake Michigan’s Gold Coast (MI): Head to the […]

10 Fabulous Indoor Water Parks

The kids are back in school and our family trips to pools, water parks and spraygrounds may be over, at least for a little while. Fortunately, amazing indoor water parks are available around just about every corner. Of course, Great Wolf Lodge is known for fantastic indoor water parks and thrilling water slides, but here are 10 more worth checking out […]

10 Children’s Museums for Olympics-Themed Fun

If you can’t make it to London for the Olympic Games (don’t worry, I can’t either), then head on over to your closest children’s museum. Children’s museums across the country have really gotten into the spirit of the games, and many are offering fun Olympics-themed events. Take a look to see if you live near any of these cities offering […]

7 Fun Fruit Festivals to Enjoy this Summer

One of the best parts of summer is the fresh produce, so why not get out and enjoy the popular family festivals devoted to some of the summer favorites, like cherries, peaches and blueberries. Two weeks ago, I took my older girls to the Delaplane Strawberry Festival, which is about 45 minutes outside DC. We had a lot of fun […]