Halloween can be a frightening time for parents of children with food allergies. Walking from door-to-door potentially collecting compromised candy sounds like more tricks than treats. DriveTheNation has a safer alternative: A plan for the perfect family Halloween vacation.
Step 1: Purchase tickets for Mickey’s Not So Scary Halloween Party.
Step 2: Pack your bags.
Step 3: Drive to Disney World.
It’s that easy, ghouls and boys.
The best part about Theme Parks is that there’s something for the entire family. Ranging from water slides to roller coasters, fun houses, food vendors and more, there are some great parks across the country.
As part of our Drive the Nation Summer of Sightseeing, today we are highlighting our favorite Theme Parks from across the country. Participate in the fun by sharing a photo of your favorite Theme Park and enter for a chance to win the Drive The Nation Summer of Sightseeing contest using #DTNSoS. You can view the official rules here.
Whether you enjoy wooden or steel, there are some incredible roller coasters across the country. Now if you’re the type who stops at amusement parks throughout your road trip, you’ve probably come across some good ones.
As part of our Drive the Nation Summer of Sightseeing, today we are highlighting our favorite roller coasters from across the country. Participate in the fun by sharing a photo of your favorite coaster and enter for a chance to win the Drive The Nation Summer of Sightseeing contest using #DTNSoS. You can view the official rules here.
The city of Salem, Oregon sits in the heart of the Willamette Valley. The city is just under 50 miles from Portland. Salem is not only picturesque but has plenty of fun activities for the whole family, too. Here are the must-sees and must-dos, whether you’re there for a day or a week.
There are lots of people in both America and around the world who have been to Disney World as kids. But people actually forget that Disney World can also be a great destination for adults too.
Disney without kids? You bet.
Between Disney World, Universal Studios, and Sea World, There’s surely no shortage of attractions in the Orlando, Florida area. However, one that you may not have heard of yet is Gatorland, a 110-acre wildlife preserve and theme park dedicated to those iconic Floridian creatures, including four rare “white” leucistic alligators. The park opened its doors in 1949, and has remained family-owned ever since.
Kansas City, Missouri, located right smack in the middle of the country is known as the “City of Fountains,” due to its abundance of outdoor water features. The beauty of Kansas City is that it’s a perfect combination of modern and traditional, big city and prairie. There is the best of both worlds in Kansas City. There’s more culture in Kansas City then most expect, from jazz music to their professional sports teams, to the zoo! Next time you head to Kansas City, be sure to check out some the best places to eat, games to go see and places to explore.
Is there a better way to spend a day than at a theme park? The rush of the roller coasters, the splash of the log flume, the crunch of a plate of fried dough, it’s all hard to beat. There are hundreds of amazing theme parks all across this country, in fact, it would take you years to be able to tackle them all!
Maybe that’s a challenge you’d love to accept?
In the meantime, with the summer in full swing, we figured we’d give you a list of some of the very best theme parks for families across the US. On your next vacation, you might want to make one (or all) of these theme parks your main destination, you won’t regret it!