Family Resort Vacation Ideas
Family Resort Vacation Idea #1:
The Balsams Grand Resort Hotel, in tiny Dixville Notch, has been a summertime New Hampshire family resort since 1866. This grand hotel resort is known as "The Switzerland of America" for the 15,000 acres of undeveloped land nestled between Lake Gloriette and the towering White Mountains.
The historic buildings are being renovated to their original splendor. The beautifully manicured garden displays 30,000 flowers. The resort is very family friendly with kids activities and closely supervised recreation areas.
Family Resort Vacation Idea #2:
Enjoy the ambiance of a country resort while staying only 20 minutes from downtown Toronto.
The Four Seasons Inn on the Park is located in one of North America’s most interesting and family friendly cities.
Right next door is the 600-acre Wilket Creek Park where you can enjoy some non-urban activities like tobogganing, cross-country skiing, and hiking. There is a playhouse and excellent playground equipment situated amid lovely courtyard gardens.
Family Resort Vacation Idea #3:
Sprawling 2,000-acre New Seabury Resort complex is a mixture of the south Cape Cod seashore and quaint New England charm. This Massachusetts resort has 165 villas scattered around several "villages". Maushop Village is on the ocean. And you can walk to the country club to play golf or to the famous "Raw Bar" for a lobster roll. Tidewatch Village is centrally located next to the ocean, Country club and golf courses.
Family Resort Vacation Idea #4:
Callaway Gardens Pine Mountain, Georgia is known for its friendly and helpful staff, real southern hospitality and the best children’s programs anywhere. Maybe that’s why they have such a thriving repeat clientele. Callaway Gardens sits in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains.
It is run by the nonprofit Ida Cason Callaway Foundation, whose stated purpose is "to provide a garden of natural beauty where people may find relaxation, inspiration and a better understanding of the living world."
Vacation Resort for the Family #5:
The Kiawah Island Resort occupies half of a 10,000 acre barrier island of the coast of South Carolina. It has the longest stretch of privately owned undeveloped beach on the East Coast.
Kamp Kiawah provides supervised activities for the children. They can learn about nature from the staff biologist at Kiawah Nature Club. If you and the kids like nature and animals than this is the South Carolina getaway spot for you.
Family Vacation Idea #6:
The Tides Inn is located in Irvington, Virginia, eight miles up the Rappahannock River from the Chesapeake Bay. This small Virginia family resort is situated on a spot of land surrounded on three sides by water. It is a very unpretentious family run place where you can really feel at home.
There are supervised children’s activities including swimming, paddle boating, beach trips, excursions to the local history museum, visits to a local crab house, or guided nature walks. Nearby is the birthplace of Robert E. Lee and the Yorktown Battlefield.
Family Vacation Idea #7:
Eagle Ridge Inn and Resort is located in the rolling hills of northwest Illinois. It’s 6,800 acres encompass the lovely 220 acre Lake Galena.
This Midwest family resort has two 18-hole championship golf courses. Lake Galena teems with tiger muskie, crappie, bass and walleye. The Shenandoah Riding Resort, located on the grounds, has two outdoor and one indoor arena and 40 miles of trails to ride.
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