Category: Half Day Trip
Natural Play Space in Charles Town, West Virginia
Visit Potomac Valley Audubon Cool Spring Preserve to enjoy this cool play area full of tree stumps, rope spider webs and climbing rocks. After your little ones play for a while, your crew can hike the trails and splash in the creek. We enjoyed our half-day trip out to West Virginia to check out this […]
Top 4 Must See Spots at Trough Creek State Park
If you are limited on time, stop at these 4 places to see incredible natural beauty
Visit Toisnot Park in Wilson, NC
Take family photos or visit Toisnot Park in Wilson, NC
See Epic Light Display at Longwood Gardens
Longwood Gardens is a beautiful sight at any time of the year, but it is especially breathtaking at Christmas time
One-of-a-Kind Experience at the Christmas Village in Baltimore
Take the whole family to this authentic German Christmas Village in Maryland
Boulder Field in Hickory Run State Park: Nature’s Playground
This area is a National Natural Landmark and seriously cool. Your kiddos can climb on huge boulders as far as the eye can see. Basically unchanged for 20,000 years, this is a must-see in Pennsylvania. Some of the boulders are 26 feet long.
What’s a Whirligig? Attend the Festival to Find Out
Don’t miss the Whirligig Festival in Wilson, NC. The folk art is amazing. Family fun. Delicious food.
3 Reasons The Night Lights Sky Lantern Festival Should be on Your Bucket List
The Nights Lights Sky Lantern Festival is just plain cool.
Everything You Need to Know About Homeschool Day at Lee-Fendall House Museum
The Lee-Fendall House Museum hosts homeschool day in early Fall. It is a great way to see the museum with a bunch of other homeschool families, and spend some fun family time in downtown Alexandria.
Take the Train: Walkersville Southern Railroad
Enjoy a relaxing steam engine ride in Walkersville, MD
Explore Nashville’s Centennial Park
Checkout this Nashville hidden gem, Centennial Park
Don’t Forget to Visit the Loudoun County Fair
The Loudoun County Fair is a great way to spend the day with your tiny carousel riders. We visited mid-week around 10 a.m. and came back at 5 p.m. (after naptime). Morning at the fair is filled with baby animals, face painting and yummy carnival food. Fair evenings boast kiddie-sized rides, live music, and even more delicious carnival eats.