New year's celebrations for the younger set in and around the San Francisco1. Children's Library
Good-bye 2012, hello 2013! If your looking for something to do with the kid's this January 1st, here is a list of things that will help kick off the New Year! Whether your a thrill seeking family, sports family, or a classic parade loving family, Los Angeles has New Years Day covered!1. Six Flags Magic Mountain — The Xtreme Park
Starting off the Christmas season with a trip or two to SeaWorld is a must for us. Here are a few of the shows you will see during SeaWorld's Christmas Celebration.1. The Polar Express Experience at SeaWorld
My parents like spending time with their grandkids and one of the ways they do this is by taking them camping every couple of months. So, I asked my mom to make me a list of her favorite camping spots so that I could share it with my fellow trekaroo friends. The current ages of grandkids are 7, 6 and 4. The current camping vehicle is a 5th wheel that I could comfortably live in.1. Fort DeSoto Park
Winter in Los Angeles is dreamy by comparison to much of the U.S. Temperatures are mild and crowds almost nonexistent. Which makes it the perfect time to get outside and into nature with the family.
There are tons of family friendly trails in and around Los Angeles; these are just a few of our favorites. A few tips no matter where you go: Pack a picnic, bring a camera and enjoy the journey. Remember to take your time and have fun!