The US is full to the brim with great places for a family adventure holiday. From lakes and mountains to the vast coast, canyons and forests, whatever you are looking for, there is somewhere to find it. So, here are a few ideas to get the adventure started.
Types of adventure holiday
An adventure holiday is the perfect way to get out in the fresh air, enjoy some physical activity and maybe learn something along the way. Family tours When you are booking your family break, consider something more than a relaxing beach break. An active holiday will leave your whole family invigorated, so check out adventure tours or trek holidays instead. Many cater specifically for families and groups of all ages and abilities. Activity weekends If you can't spare enough time or a big travel tour, then an activity weekend can be just as enriching. Consider booking short activity breaks where you spend a few days hiking, kayaking or learning a new outdoors skills. It's a great way to freshen the mind. Educational trips There is so much to learn in educational trips - all the family can learn from the big outdoors. If you all can't make it as a family, then why not look into school camps or or school tours. This will make your kids' holidays very memorable.
Where to find an adventure holiday
There is no need to look for activities abroad when there is so much on offer in the US. Whatever state you live in, there is some adventure to be experienced and it is a great excuse to explore the country. Summer breaks When the sun is shining, it is great to be by the water and to look at adventures on the sea or lakes. Learn to sail, windsurf, kayak, or plan some hikes where you can stop off for a swim. Winter breaks If snow is what interests you more, then there are some of the world's best ski resorts in easy reach. Mix it up by trying snowboarding, snow shoeing or even outdoors ice skating. Whether it is a school trip or you are looking at travel tours for all the family, an adventure holiday will give you memories that will last a lifetime.