Whether you’re excited to break free from a winter at home or just looking to squeeze in a quick trip during the kids’ school spring break, we found three unique destinations perfect for your spring road trip desires.
The Skagit Valley Tulip Festival Mount Vernon, Washington No expensive admission ticket. No worrying about the kids running off through crowded festival grounds. This “festival” is a driving festival. From the comfort of your Fleetwood RV, you’ll drive around Skagit Valley to take in the various breathtaking tulip crops as they bloom. When you’re done playing the most colorful game of “I Spy” ever, stop into any of the nearby neighborhoods to enjoy the shops, museums, and restaurants. Learn more
City Museum St. Louis, Missouri Our love for St. Louis’ phenomenal City Museum knows no bounds. In their own words: “City Museum is a mixture of children’s playground, funhouse, surrealistic pavilion, and architectural marvel made out of found and repurposed objects.” It’s truly worth experiencing at least once, and will make you feel like a kid again. It also puts you in close proximity to all things St. Louis—a perfect weekend getaway for the whole family! Learn more
Lake Placid Olympic Center Lake Placid, New York While all the college-aged spring breakers head for the beaches, you and the family should head for the mountains! In the heart of the Adirondacks sits Lake Placid, which offers a full menu of outdoor activity options for travelers of all ages, from skiing to snowshoeing to fat tire biking. But if you want a little history with your activity, the Lake Placid Olympic Center delivers. Browse the exhibits, enjoy both indoor and outdoor skating, and make sure to check for special Olympic Center events when you’re in town. Learn more
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