Looking to go with your kids on a holiday? Here are some great ideas about where to go to have the most fun.
If the focus of the holiday is the kids, you can't go wrong with Walt Disney World Resort. It is one of the most visited and popular recreational parks in the world, It consists of two theme parks, two water parks, twenty tree hotels and all kinds of restaurants and rides. The kids get to meet their favorite cartoon and fairy tale characters as well.
If your kids like chocolate then take them to Hersheypark. It's also called Chocolate Town U.S.A. this is an enormous theme park with over sixty rides. It is famed for it's exciting roller coasters. The attractions include live concerts, dramatic presentations, family rides and water rides.
Another great place is Old Orchard Beach in Saco, Main. This is a real beach with white sands and a boardwalk bordered with amusement park rides, carnival games and junk food stands.
Yet another place to go is the Snowbird Resort in Snowbird, Utah. This is a great place for snow bunnies to go to enjoy snowboarding, skiing, snowmobiling, ice skating and snow tubing. There are also special ski camps here to help teach your kids that basics.
Treehousee Treesort in Takilma Oregano is a forest with amazing tree houses. The houses are located in 18 foot high houses. There are also wooden swings, forts, climbing platforms and swinging bridges. There is also a 160 foot long zip-line rope course. The resort also has a campsite and a fresh water swimming pool.
Another great place to go is Yellowstone Provincial Park. There is great camping in the area and many spring fed lakes that you can swim in. Of course the main attraction is the geysers, and in particular, Old Faithful that spouts every few minutes.
Another great place to take the kids is across the border up north into Canada to enjoy Niagara Falls. You can get a ride on the famous Maid of the Mist, go to Marine land Niagara to enjoy the marine life and also take a walk up Clifton Hill where the Ripley's Believe it Or Not and the Wax Museum are. Downstream there is the Wild Water Walk, the Butterfly Museum and the whirlpool. You can ride cable cars across the whirlpool to get a great view of the entire Niagara river system.