Are you and your family looking for something to do in the summertime? Of course, there are traditional vacation options like going to the beach or to a relative’s house in a different area. Why not go with a non-traditional vacation this summer? Consider four non-traditional vacation ideas for you and your family this summer.
An Amusement Park
There are many amusement parks that have accommodations right on site or nearby. Sometimes it takes three or four days to explore every corner of an exciting amusement park. You may want to spend a few hours at the amusement park each day, then spend some time at the adjoining water park.
The Hometown of a Favorite Author
Traveling to the hometown of a favorite author is both exciting and educational. If your family loves a particular author, plan a trip around seeing the person’s birthplace, areas frequented by the author and museums celebrating the author. You can get to know a favorite writer as a person as opposed to through his or her work.
A Wildlife Sanctuary
Many wildlife sanctuaries have places where you and your family can drive to look at the animals. Others have places where you can tour on foot to see the wildlife living there. This is a fun vacation that allows you to learn about animals and spend time with your family.
A Stay in the Woods
Going for a vacation in the woods lets you experience a different atmosphere and allows you to unwind in beautiful surroundings. Staying in places like beavers bend state park cabins allows you to enjoy the natural surroundings while enjoying comfortable accommodations. Hiking, bicycling, birdwatching, boating, canoeing and swimming are just a few of the activities you get to enjoy while vacationing in the woods.
These four ideas are appropriate for couples, large families and everyone in-between. Oftentimes, there are helpful reviews written by people who’ve visited an amusement park or other attraction. Summer is the perfect time to go on vacation with family and get to know them even better.
There are great ideas. There are so many authors I could probably plan vacations based on them for a few years! And, I’d love to visit some wildlife sanctuaries for birds.
I love all of these ideas! Thanks for sharing!
I like all of your ideas. I would also add one of historical places. If you like the Revolutionary or Civil War there are tons of places to go. Oh how I wish it were summer right now.Wildlife sanctuaries are really nice you can learn and see so much!
Next summer we are, for sure, going camping! A beautiful little cabin surrounded by nature is just what we need.
I’m already dreaming of summer!
I do think I would enjoy visiting a A Wildlife Sanctuary. I am sure it is wonderful to see those animals!