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Top 3 Ideas for Spring Break 2015

Submitted by Meditec on Thu, 03/26/2015 - 14:08
Top 3 Ideas for Spring Break 2015

Spring break is a fantastic time to celebrate the changing of the seasons by leaving the long winter behind while also spending time with those people you love the most -- your family. Spring break with the family is the perfect time to rejuvenate after the doldrums of winter, as well as bond together without everyday life getting in the way. Below, you will find great ideas to plan spring break travel for every situation and budget.

  1. Travel to Florida

One of the most popular family spring break destinations is Florida. Even if your family has gone to Disney World in the past, there are still tons of other must-see attractions. Universal Studios, Legoland and Sea World are only a few of the more widely known theme parks. The Orlando area is not the only park in Florida that has offers family spring break vacations.

  • Sarasota is the winter home of the circus
  • Titusville, where you can learn all about the United States space program
  • In Silver Springs, you can take a glass-bottomed boat and explore nature in a unique way.
  • Of course, there is always the beach that is a huge advantage to visiting Florida during spring break time with many of the area resorts offering spring break deals to make it budget-friendly for families.
  1. Do Spring Break on a Budget

Even though Florida is probably the family spring break getaway that most people think of first, it is not the only destination. If you are on a budget, many campgrounds also offer spring break family deals that can make getting away very easy on your pocketbook. Spring break is the perfect time to go camping as the weather is warming up during the day, but the evenings are still chilly. This makes it a great time to start a campfire and roast marshmallows -- an iconic childhood activity that is fun for the whole family. Just remember to go over some spring break safety tips when it comes to behavior around the campfire.

  1. Stay Local and Have a Blast

How many times have you taken in the wonders of the area where you are stationed right now? If you are like many people, you are so busy with your everyday lives that you barely recognize the gems of fun that are nestled right within your community. The Hampton Roads region, for example, not only teems with numerous military bases, it also has a rich history with Jamestown, Yorktown and Colonial Williamsburg in the area. You can stay in the comfort of your own home and enjoy spring break packages for the family while also saving on hotel costs -- often one of the biggest experiences when you are traveling. Even if you are stationed somewhere like Fort Riley that is somewhat remote, you can plan a day trip to Kansas City. There you can explore the city and enjoy places such as the Wonderscope Children's Museum and the Kansas City Zoo. One piece of travel tips advice is to help the drive time pass by listening to a classic book -- such as Charlie and the Chocolate Factory or The Secret Garden on CD. Spring break offers you so many possibilities to travel with your family and get away. Whether you want to travel to far-flung destinations or have an adventure-filled "staycation," the important thing to remember is to have fun with your family.