The unofficial start to summer will be a busy one this year as AAA predicts 39.2 million people will travel 50 miles or more from home this Memorial Day weekend. This is an increase of 8.3% over 2021, bringing travel volumes almost in line with those in 2017. Air...
By Eileen Ogintz Tribune Content Agency Now what? Just as we feel safe planning for spring and summer trips, gas prices reach record highs. And they may get higher despite crude oil prices dropping at the moment, AAA says. “This war is roiling an already tight global...
By Eileen Ogintz If you think camping is not worth the effort, think again. Nine-out-of-10 moms reported in a new survey conducted this spring for Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resorts that camping/glamping leads to greater family communication and bonding compared...
By Eileen Ogintz Tribune Content Agency Got your summer vacation planned yet? If you are thinking about renting an RV or a car, heading to popular national park lodges or camping, you need to book or you may be out of luck as road and RV trips to national parks appear...
Move over hard seltzer. This summer’s most satiating patio drink is Schöfferhofer’s half fruit juice/half beer Hefeweizen beers. The post Schofferhofer’s juice and beer appeared first on Taking The Kids.
The Department of the Interior reports visitor spending near national parks in 2021 resulted in a $42.5 billion benefit to the economy The post National Park visitors play big economic role appeared first on Taking The Kids.
Do you know your ABCs? We’re talking the ABC islands — Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao, the three westernmost islands of the Leeward Antilles The post The unique Caribbean culture of Curacao appeared first on Taking The Kids.
The Gant Aspen debuts sustainability initiatives to commit to preserving the natural resources of the Roaring Fork Valley in western Colorado The post Gant Aspen Announces Sustainability Initiatives appeared first on Taking The Kids.
The New Children's Museum in San Diego is putting a greater emphasis on providing sensory-friendly programming, services and healing spaces. The post Breathing Room at San Diego Children’s Museum appeared first on Taking The Kids.
At 8 a.m. on June 22, Yellowstone National Park will begin allowing visitors to access the south loop of the park following closure due to recent flooding. The post Yellowstone south loop to reopen June 22 appeared first on Taking The Kids.
From bees to butterflies, insects help keep natural ecosystems healthy, but many species are in decline. A new exhibit in New York explains The post Extinct and Endangered: Insects in Peril appeared first on Taking The Kids.
It’s time to gear up and get out at Snowmass Bike Park near Aspen CO, opening for the summer season on Tuesday, June 21. The post Snowmass Bike Park gears up for summer appeared first on Taking The Kids.
With teachers enjoying summer breaks, B Hotels & Resorts is rolling out an exclusive discount for educators at its Florida properties The post School’s out special for teachers at B Hotels in Florida appeared first on Taking The Kids.
Travelers headed to Grand Canyon now have a new option for in-park accommodations as the first new hotel in 50 years has opened. The post New Hotel Opens in Grand Canyon NP appeared first on Taking The Kids.