Going on vacation with your family can be a fun time and fill you with lifelong memories. When finding the perfect spot to vacation with your kids you find to find somewhere that every member of your family will be able to enjoy. This is especially important when traveling with young kids. As your kids get older you’ll be able to branch out on the places that you’re traveling to. But don’t miss out on traveling and creating memories just because your kids are young. Here’s a list of some of the best places to travel to in the United States with your family.

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is one of the most beautiful places in the world. There is so much to see and do here all at a reasonable price. Depending on your kids ages you can go hiking, kayaking, rafting, for horse rides and a ride on the Grand Canyon Railway. Whether you want to be adventurous on this vacation or just sit back and enjoy the views, the Grand Canyon is a perfect place for a family vacation.  

Honolulu

Located on the breathtaking island of Oahu, Honolulu is the state capital of Hawaii. No matter how old you are Hawaii is always a great place to vacation to. You can sit back and relax on the beach with a drink in hand while your kids play in the sand. Take surfing lessons, go on a hike, eat some of the local cuisine and just enjoy your incredible surroundings.

Orlando

What could be better than taking your kids to the happiest place on earth- Walt Disney World? Spend some time on the roller coasters, kiddie rides, playing games or travel around the world in Epcot. You could spend your entire vacation in Walt Disney World. But Orlando is also a great city filled with lots to do so don’t forget to get out of the park for a bit and check out the city while you’re there!

Washington D.C.

The capital of our country, Washington D.C. is a great place for a family vacation. First off, D.C. is a great city to explore. It’s filled with delicious restaurants, friendly people, and a lot of history. Lose track of time in the Smithsonian, take a tour of the White House (make sure to book this very far in advance) or explore one of the other museums in the city. Washington D.C If you’re looking to stay outside of the typical tourist spots there are lots of art galleries, farmers markets and neighborhoods to explore.