Friday, May 29, 2015
After our time in Wisconsin Dells, it was time for a change of pace. I love places like The Dells, with so much going on at once, but it is nice to take a little breather and enjoy the little things in life at a slower pace. We decided to do that in the Sheboygan and Manitowoc area. I mean, the name itself is just fun to say, who wouldn't want to go there? There are a wide range of family friendly options between these two cities, and most of them have to do with fun that involves the water in one way or another. Here are just a few of the things you can enjoy with your family when you visit the area.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Wisconsin Dells is an incredible place with plenty of family fun to be had. They also have all types of accommodations options from luxury resorts to quiet inns. However, when you want some old fashioned family bonding, there is no better activity than camping. Sitting around the campfire, snuggling up in your sleeping bags and playing a round of cards at the picnic table, we love camping, and in Wisconsin Dells, the KOA campground is the perfect place to stay on your vacation to The Dells.
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
I had heard a lot about Wisconsin Dells before our arrival. In fact, it had been recommended to me by several people when I was planning for the #90DayRoadTrip. The "Waterpark Capital of the United States?" Who wouldn't want to visit? In reality, what I saw when we entered the city was not at all what I expected. It turns out, Wisconsin Dells is my favorite kind of place. One where there are endless activities for families to enjoy, but in with a small town feel where is seems like everyone knows everyone else. There are more attractions in The Dells than you could possibly do in one vacation, but these seven family friendly options can get you started in planning a visit with your family.
Sunday, May 24, 2015
From the moment that I mentioned that we would be visiting the Mall of America during our #90DayRoadTrip, they were totally pumped. In fact, for the week leading up to our stop in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, it is all they talked about, and it seems they aren't the only ones who look forward to visiting this "Hollywood of the Midwest." Since its opening in 1992, the Mall of America has attracted 40 million visitors per year, that is more than all of Minnesota's other tourist attractions combined!