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Explore the Top Family-Friendly Activities in Las Vegas with Kids: Your Ultimate Guide to Fun and Adventure

Las Vegas may be known as the city of casinos and nightlife, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a great destination for families too! On a recent trip, we had the pleasure of exploring Las Vegas with kids and were pleasantly surprised by the range of family-friendly activities and attractions on offer. From thrilling outdoor […]

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The Berkeley Pit: Butte, MT

Yep. We paid $2/person to take our children to a superfund site… and I would do it again. Butte, Montana is a mining town in every sense of the word. The hills are dotted with old mining rigs. Yellow hills loom around town. The Butte-Anaconda Historic District is a National Historic Landmark that spans huge […]

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State Forest State Park, Colorado

Yes, State Forest State Park has a bit of a confusing name, but it turns out to be the moose capitol of Colorado. It is a large state park in the northern part of the state, about four hours from Colorado Springs. We booked camping with some friends in February for the July 4th weekend […]

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Independence Pass, Colorado

Independence Pass is a two-lane, 12,095 ft pass through the Rocky Mountains that is only open Memorial Day to early November. If you get a chance to drive through it, it is well worth the harrowing drive. The views are breathtaking and you can stop at the top for some light hiking, even if you […]

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Dunwoody Nature Center, Georgia

We ventured out to the Dunwoody Nature Center from my parents’ house in Atlanta. I had heard wonderful things about this playground nestled in the woods and wanted to check it out. I was rewarded with a nearly all-day adventure with the kids on a beautiful spring day.  The Nature Center is free to use. […]

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The Grottos Trail Outside Aspen, Colorado

I wasn’t sure that I would ever find a hike in the United States as family friendly as the Gnome Hike in Switzerland. So when a friend told us about the Grottos Trail outside of Aspen we knew we had to check it out. While this hike doesn’t have manmade play things scattered along the […]

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