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5 Best Spring Break Options for Kids


5 Best Spring Break Options for KidsWhen the weather is cold and the snow is still falling, it can seem as though winter will never end. However, the truth is that spring is just around the corner, and with it comes the chance for some great family bonding on spring break! It’s worth remembering that Spring Break isn’t just a time for teenagers who want to let loose, it’s also a great opportunity for kids to enjoy their time away from school soaking up the sun, taking in some new sights, or exploring some incredible experiences.

Here, we’ll take a look at just some of the great spring break options for kids that you can consider this year!

1.    Go on Safari in California

5 Best Spring Break Options for Kids

If you’ve always wanted to go on Safari, but worry about taking the kids too far on their next adventure, why not visit Safari West in Santa Rosa, California. There are more than 900 exotic animals to see across 400 acres of Savannah setting. Here, you can see everything from monkeys, to gazelles, zebras, and cheetahs!

2.    Hit the Slopes in Colorado

5 Best Spring Break Options for Kids

If you’re a family that doesn’t mind the cold weather, then why not use Spring Break as the perfect opportunity to teach your children how to become pro snowboarders or skiers. At Beaver Creek, in Colorado, you can enjoy free roam of a 1,800-acre ski resort with plenty of great learning opportunities for beginners. There are free cookies at the bottom of the mountain each day, and even a kid-sized gondola to take kids back to the top of the bunny hill.

3.    Try Cowboy Life in Arizona

5 Best Spring Break Options for Kids

The Tanque Verdes Ranch in Arizona is open all year-round and has plenty of great activities for youngsters who are enjoying their time away from school. If your kids love horses, then they can spend all day at the club where they’ll be given trail rides, riding lessons, and take part in a little arts and crafts too!

4.    Enjoy the Beach Life in Florida

5 Best Spring Break Options for Kids

Constantly named as one of the best family beaches around by family-friendly magazines, Fort De Soto Park in Florida is a glorious stretch of white sand perfect for playing and catching waves. There’s even a pirate-themed playground and lagoon for kids to get their hands on all the excitement they can handle, while parents soak up some well-earned rest.

5.    Visit a Waterpark in Wisconsin

5 Best Spring Break Options for Kids

If you think that waterparks are only suitable for summer, then you clearly haven’t been to Wisconsin Dells. This exciting Midwest tourist destination can be found midway between Minneapolis and Chicago, and it’s known as the Waterpark Capital of the World. There are plenty of indoor parks available for those days when the weather outside isn’t suntan friendly.

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  1. Rachel Ferrucci says

    These are all great ideas and I’d love to visit all of them. We never went anywhere on Spring Break with the kids but we did a lot of day trips

  2. robin Rue says

    We have a weekend away down in Mystic, CT during the kids april vacation, but nothing too major this year I’m afraid.

  3. Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle says

    These are all great ideas. We don’t have a safari type thing like this near us, but we do have an amazing zoo that we love to go to.

  4. Colleen Lanin says

    I love relaxing at the beach! There’s nothing like the hot sun, ocean air, and gorgeous water.

  5. Jen Rattie says

    We hit up Wisconsin Dells every summer at least once, and it is ALWAYS a blast. That place is like a watery Heaven.

  6. Tracey says

    I would definitely saw Arizona is a kid friendly spot. The weather is amazing and the lifestyle there is so laid back. It is such a beautiful state with something for everyone.

  7. Pam Wattenbarger says

    These are all great ideas. We used to go to Florida a lot for vacations during school breaks.

  8. Meagan says

    This looks like a great place to visit. My kids would have a blast.

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