Fun Lists
from trekaroo family travelers

updated at June 22 2014


"Family-Friendly Creek Spots in the Inland Empire"

Even Southern California has some beautiful spots to play in fresh water.

1. Thurman Flats Picnic Area
2. Big Falls Trail and Picnic Area
3. Whitewater Preserve
See all 3 items in list...

updated at June 21 2014


"Enjoy Pensacola Beach!"

There is so much to do in Pensacola.  Here are a few places to visit if you are limited on time but want to have fun!

1. The Island Cross on Pensacola Beach
2. Crabs We Got Em
3. National Naval Aviation Museum
See all 5 items in list...

updated at June 12 2014


"Kid Friendly Hikes in the White Mountains"

Kids come in all shapes and sizes. Their willingness and ability to hike do as well. Consider one of these tested hikes when planning a trip to the White Mountains. This is a big area so don't plan on doing all of these in 1 trip! One thing for sure, unless you are super,super experienced do not plan on hiking Mount Washington; many people are rescued each year and the weather is the most dastardly in all of new England. Stick with these and view the majestic mountain from the cog or the auto road.

1. Garfield Falls
2. Frankenstein Cliff/Arethusa Falls loop
3. Echo Lake State park
See all 7 items in list...

updated at June 11 2014


"Wilmington, North Carolina with Kids"

Wilmington is a beautiful coastal town with a great vibe--historic, artsy, casual. It's an ideal vacation spot for families, with tons of kid-friendly activities. We spent three days exploring the historic downtown/river district (home to Antebellum homes and quaint shops), nearby beaches (Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach, Kure Beach), and a variety of attractions (museums, cruises, and all sorts of outdoor fun). And we ate...a lot. Fresh, local seafood abounds, as well as eclectic local cuisine. Here's a glimpse of what this cool, quirky town has to offer.

1. Holiday Inn Resort Wrightsville Beach
2. Pirate Island Treasure Hunt, Wrightsville Beach Scenic Tours
3. Springbrook Farms Trolley and Carriage Tours
See all 11 items in list...

updated at June 11 2014


"Family-Friendly Hikes near Denver and Colorado Springs"

With all of the beautiful mountainous scenery Colorado has to offer, it can hard to pin-point the best family-friendly trails and hikes to explore with little ones. This list includes shorter, scenic hikes, as well as stroller-friendly paths to help you get out and explore the area with your littlest kids!

1. Roxborough State Park
2. Garden of the Gods
3. Clear Creek Trail
See all 9 items in list...