With quality art and history museums, spending a day in downtown St. Pete should be on all Florida family road trip itineraries. Let me show you what St. Petersburg has to offer!
Take the Kids to The Everglades: The Basics
Planning a trip to the Everglades in Florida brings up so many questions. Here are all the answers you need to plan a family trip - including the answers to questions you didn't know to ask. Look no further. I'm here to help!
Sail and Snorkel with Key West’s Danger Charters
To fully see the Key West beauty, you need a boat trip. Sail, snorkel, and kayak during a day in the Florida Reef with Danger Charters. It's fabulous!
Key West: Know Before You Go
The Florida Keys look beautiful with that seductive turquoise water. It's tropical without leaving the country, but you need realistic expectations. Learn from my mistakes and make the most of your Florida Key family vacation.
Georgia’s Highest Point at Brasstown Bald
This highest place in Georgia allows you to look out toward four states from the 360 view from the observation deck across the Chattahoochee - Oconee National Forest to Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Take the half-mile trail up from the parking lot at Brasstown Bald or catch the bus, but the views at 4,784 feet of the Chattahoochee - Oconee National Forest are well worth the trek either way. Here are the details you need for the best day trip from the Atlanta area.
Explore Florida Springs with a Crystal River Kayak Trip
Family trips to Orlando tend to be so tiring. With day trip toward the west coast, your family could experience a different type of adventure. Swim with manatees, kayak down the river, cannonball into a spring, and explore the Crystal River area and "the Chaz". With these insider tips, check out this day in nature.
Georgia State Botanical Garden – Athens, Georgia
The State Botanical Garden of Georgia in Athens has something for everyone. Numerous gardens, nature trails, and a fabulous kid garden are waiting for your visit.
The Atlanta Botanical Garden: How to Make the Most of Your Visit
he beautiful oasis of the Atlanta Botanical Garden is one of my family’s favorite destinations in the heart of midtown Atlanta. Towering trees cover the Canopy Walk, children giggle through the Children’s Garden, and the orchids never fail to impress in the Fuqua Conservatory. With these tips, know what to expect and make your trip even better!
Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site – Cartersville, Georgia
just north of Atlanta at the Etowah Indian Mounds State Historic Site. With six earthen mounds, this 53 acre historic site protects the land used from 1000 to 1550 AD by several thousand Native Americans. Start your visit to Etowah at the visitor center and prepare to walk around the site after this introduction to the plaza and three mounds which once held the priest's home, temples, and burial sites.
National Civil War Naval Museum – Columbus, Georgia
Did you know there are only four ironclad from the Civil War left? And one of right here in Georgia! Designed around the artifacts, this building houses the CSS Jackson, the largest surviving Confederate warship. At more than 200 feet long, it’s remains are especially impressive when you step back to see the frame built to show its original size. Also present is other salvaged ship wreckage and replicas as well as weapons and equipment from the time. Leave time to explore the wall of detailed timeline of the Civil War; it’s enough in its own.