Travel To Go San Diego Reviews Four Family Spring Break Destinations

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Florida

With its long beaches on both the Atlantic and Gulf coasts, Florida has plenty to offer families in addition to theme park mecca Orlando which is in the middle of the state. Remember, though, that Florida beaches are hugely popular for college spring break partying. The best strategy for families may be to choose destination-type resorts with private locations, rather than beach towns.

Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

This popular destination has average highs in the 70s in March and April, and a range of lodgings, from upscale gated resort communities to vacation home rentals, with a lot in between including a Disney resort. Kids’ programs in this area are mainly summer-only, but some are offered during spring break too.

Kaanapali Beach

Located near the town of Lahaina, Kaanapali Beach is a top beach in Maui, with a three-mile stretch of gentle shore, beautiful western views at sunset, and good snorkeling at one end.

The family-friendly Kaanapali Beach Hotel has had its prime spot on this beach since 1964, and it remains a relaxed resort today, with park-like grounds, a modest pool, open-air restaurant and bar, and small stage for hula that’s put to use every night.

The Kaanapali takes pride in being Maui’s “most Hawaiian hotel”. Free Hawaiian cultural activities are scheduled daily, such as lei-making, hula, lau print-making, or playing the ukelele; kids and adults are welcome, and kids have an “Aloha Passport” that gets stamped with each activity. Story telling about Hawaii’s history is scheduled too, and every guest receives a departure lei presented in a graceful little ceremony. All in all this is a unique resort that’s cherished by many return guests, and the price point is good as well.

Locations with Indoor Water Parks

Wisconsin Dells is still the indoor water park capital of the world, but some of its major players — especially Great Wolf Lodge, and also Kalahari Resort — are building more water park resorts in other towns. Great Wolf Lodge Poconos is just one of nearly a dozen other Great Wolf Lodge properties, each with signature indoor waterparks and other entertainment. See signature features at Great Wolf Lodge resorts. Six Flags Great Escape Lodge and Indoor Waterpark made waves as the first indoor water park resort in New York state. Meanwhile, Sandusky Ohio — famous in summer because of ‘coasters at Cedar Point amusement park — has a cluster of indoor water park resorts.

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