Florida's fabulous golf courses are consistently ranked among the best in the United States. Golfers of all skill levels can introduce their children to the sport at these family friendly resorts. Not only are these golf courses on the PGA and LPGA tour circuits, these resorts also offer a great variety of family friendly activities off the greens.
Colorado offers a number of scenic golf courses, several of which offer unique opportunities for aspiring (or simply dabbling!) young golfers. Be sure to check out the Colorado Junior Golf website for updated information on kids' golf activities: http://www.coloradojuniorgolf.org/
The city of Aurora offers several programs throughout the summer at their four separate courses (as well as free golfing with an adult): https://www.auroragov.org/cs/groups/public/documents/document/008618.pdf
Peruse the list to see if any locations throughout the state appeal to your young golfer! Be sure to check local courses near you to see if they have any unadvertised programs for young golfers, as well.
When your little scientist is crying out to test new theories and meet new insects, what's a parent supposed to do? Take them to the nearest science museum! Luckily, the San Francisco Bay Area has some stellar examples. Whether the mood calls for Natural History (think geology and archeology), Space (who doesn't love stars and planets?), or aquariums (yay, fish!), these Bay Area spots have you covered.1. California Academy of Sciences
It's on the coast, bordered by a towering redwood forest, and literally surrounded by state parks that sustain abalone coves, tidal pools, waterfalls, and a unique pygmy forest. There are also several lighthouses to climb, llama farms, and even a 100-acre animal preserve with endangered African animals. Below are just some of the many things to do here. I'm in LOVE with this place!1. Admiral William Standley State Recreation Area