Nicknamed Kam 3, this is a treasure for young kids. There are only small waves and the water is clear. So you can see the fish from surface. Kids can see the puffer fish and sea turtles. Rent snorkeling gear to get a better view. It costs just $2 for each person. There is a huge grassy area behind the beach where you will find families having a party with the kids flying kites or having their ice cream. You can explore the lava rocks outcroppings as well in this pristine beach.
This wonderful family-friendly beach is on Lake Michigan and offers some of the finest views of Chicago skyline. But the main attraction here is the Junior Ranger program and its calm waters. Encourage your kids to complete dozen activities to get the “beachcomber badge”. Park rangers will hand out the sheet with activities to be completed that include looking at plants, finding colored rocks and more. Explore the nature trails as a family passing through marches and forests.
Drive along the Highway One north of San Francisco and you will reach the 5.6 kilometer or three and half miles of California coastline. This stretch is very beautiful. There are many activities for everyone, like swimming, hang gliding, surfing and kayaking. There are grills and picnic tables in a 51 acre grassy park with snack bars and restrooms. Lifeguards keep everyone safe. Explore the nature trails through the redwood forest where some of the trees are older than 700 years. Try the ice creams at the Flying Pig Ranch.
If you love nature, you will fall in love with this barrier island. It is just 32 kilometers or 20 miles south of Charleston. There are many day-trippers with families. Gentle surf, wildlife sightings and golf are added attractions. You can kayak through lagoons and mangrove forests. There are plenty of amenities including chair and umbrella rentals and snack bars. There is a weekly BBQ and oyster roast. It’s a great place for music and amazing sunsets. Go to the Heron Park Nature Center to learn about its flora and fauna.
This beach is located at the southern end of Anna Marie Island, close to Sarasota. This is the best place for “coquinas”, which are mini shells in a riot of colors. Every morning, there is a fresh row of shells deposited on the shoreline that kids can scoop up. The water is warm and nice. There are kayaking and guided eco tours too. You can see stingrays, manatees, and dolphins. Explore the paved nature trails for your land adventure. Australian pines will give you the shade.
Ever since automobiles were invented and paved roads began to crisscross the nation, Americans have been going on road trips. Whole industries sprung up around these early adventurers, including motels and roadside souvenir shops. Here are ten road trip...