Planning a road trip with the family? Whether it’s a short trip or an epic cross-country journey, there are lots of fun car games to help you and the kids pass the time.
You probably don’t need half of what you want to pack for a family road trip. Here are my top tips to pack light and stay safe on the road.
I love planning road trips and I know how to plan, pack, stay safe, and make sure everyone has fun. Here’s what I’ve learned to make your next family road trip your best yet.
My family has just embarked on a road trip across the country. This has been a dream of mine for many years, and so far, it’s even better than I expected.
GMC’s Yukon Denali is a luxury SUV that has all the amenities to make a driver and passenger feel pampered. But when it comes to traveling with kids, do DVD players keep them from fighting? Do they keep parents sane in the car?
Attention train enthusiasts! Lancaster County’s Strasburg Railroad and Choo Choo Barn are a must-see in Amish country. The Strasburg Railroad is a relaxing way to see the countryside and learn about the railroad. The Choo Choo Barn is a spectacular 1,700 square foot hand-crafted model train layout. Makes a great day trip or stop on your summer road trip.
Ships, rocks, cranberries and cemeteries are just some of the sights we enjoyed on our day trip to Plymouth, Mass.
The Duquesne Incline is a cable car that transports you to the top of Mount Washington. Restored in 1963, the Incline features original hoisting gear and cable cars that date back to the late 1800’s. It’s a fun, inexpensive way to spend a couple hours in Pittsburgh.
I wholeheartedly recommend a trip to the Erie Canal and a ride through a working lock. There’s so much history in upstate New York!
Gravity Hill is a quirky pit stop for any road trip across southern Pennsylvania. Here, your car will appear to roll UP a hill! Great addition to any Pittsburgh or Hershey road trip.