Where to stay while visiting: Pitch your tent or leave your RV at Dinosaur Valley State Park. Alternatively, think about Holiday Inn Express Suites, Glen Rose Inn Suites, or the Best Western Dinosaur Valley Inn Suites.
More info: Texas.gov
6. Glacier National Park
Best for kids aged: 8-18
Why go here? Thanks to the current climate change, North America’s less remaining glaciers are fast disappearing.
What to do here? Just Hike! The Going-to-the-Sun Road (being one of the most scenic places in the world) is likewise fun to bike, but it’s excellent ridden early or very late in the season while car traffic is least. The open-top Glacier Park red guided bus tours let kids to view wildlife from a safe distance. To reach out on the glacial lakes, hire canoes or kayaks or even book a boat trip with affordable Glacier Park Boat Co.
Where to stay while visiting: Spend a few nighttime in a cabin at the cool no-frills Apgar Village Lodge. Next, splurge at the sensual, all-inclusive and also dog-friendly The Resort at the Paws Up found on the edge of the spectacular Flathead National Forest.
More info: NPS.gov/glac
7. The Mile High City
Best for aged: 8-16
Why go here? The Mile High City has thousands of experiences for the long 48-inches-and-under crowd.
What to do here? Denver’s prime attraction is The popular Denver Zoo. It’s over 100 years old now! At the Children’s fun Museum of Denver, more juvenile kids can explore in a test kitchen, cool off in an outside splash circuit and dance in a scope of bubbles. Older children will appreciate the exhibitions and the fun Phipps IMAX 3D Theater available at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. When they become tired, travel in the free open-air Denver Trolley.
Where to stay when visiting: The Kimpton Hotel Born is in the center of downtown (just a stone’s throw from the Union Station) and has free bikes for visitors. The Hyatt Regency Denver located at Colorado Convention Center is only one block from the 16th Street pedestrian mall, and it also has an indoor pool.
More info: Denver.org
8. Disney World
Best for kids aged: 2-14
Why go here? You will never forget the very first time your princess-loving tiny girl gets her first sight of the real Ariel or Belle or even watches fireworks blast over Cinderella’s Castle. Disney is full of fun for parents, too!
What to do while visiting? Check at the Magic Kingdom classics off your program first. Then, go to the Disney’s Animal Kingdom, celebrating its 21st anniversary in 2019 and at the Disney Springs, encountering the all-new Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire and also Toy Story Land.
Where to stay while visiting: Good times at the Disney’s properties — including fun Disney’s Beach Club Villas — are ever a given. Or even try the Renaissance Orlando at the SeaWorld for rooms at half the cost.
More info: DisneyWorld.disney.go
9. The Black Hills
Best for kids aged: 5-15
Why go here? Mount Rushmore! Also, these mountains and the badlands are some of the several underrated destinations across the country.
What to do here? The kids will enjoy the hands-on American precious History lessons given at Mount Rushmore. (Stay for the night flag ceremony.) There is additionally buffalo to be observed, gold to be panned, ghost cities to be explored, and also the world’s most extensive collection of reptiles.
Where to stay while visiting: Stay at the KOA camping hotels in Rapid City, Mount Rushmore or the Bad Lands/White River or just find modern cabins at the Hampton Inn Deadwood available at the Tin Lizzie Gaming Resort in the historic Deadwood.
More info: TravelSouthDakota.com
10. Sesame Place
Best for kids aged: 2-5
Why go here? The world’s most desirable park for kids and preschoolers is balanced to young enthusiasts of Elmo and the gang.
What to do here? Spend half of your time on water displays like The famous Count’s Splash Castle, the Teeny Tiny Tidal Wave pool and the Big Bird’s Rambling River. Then later dry off and do the other activities: Climb Cookie Mountain, ride Flyin’ Fish and the Peek-a-Bug (in the Elmo’s World) and also explore the Sesame Neighborhood through Oscar’s Wacky Taxi. End the long fun day at the Neighborhood Street Party Parade.
Where to stay while visiting: The pet-friendly and fun packed Red Roof Inn Philadelphia Oxford Valley is considerably affordable. Alternatively, get a few more space at the Langhorne’s top-rated hotel, the SpringHill Suites Philadelphia Langhorne.