Our daughter will be 1 1/2 this summer and we love to travel but haven't so much since she's been born (we did do a cruise when she was 6mo with my parents though who helped us watch her). She's not a fan of riding in the car for more than 1-2 hours but we'd love to go to a Nat'l Park, possibly Yellowstone or Grand Tetons (fly up there then rent a car?) We've been to most in CA and want to stay out of the heat of the southern Nat'l Parks with a little one. Does anyone have any suggestions? We're used to hiking and being pretty active but we haven't really since our daughter was born.
Sometimes, it's not the destination we remember most -- it's the hotel. You and the kids won't soon forget these resorts, expected to open in 2015.
Camelback Lodge & Indoor Waterpark - Tannersville, Pa.
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Mexico is an easy choice for family vacations -- the beaches are beautiful, the temperatures are warm, and the culture is incomparable... not to mention those all-inclusive resorts. With so many tourist destinations throughout the country, however, it's difficult to decide where to spend your precio... read more
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