This is going to be an unusual summer for travel. Some states are wide open and others are partially back to normal with many COVID-19 precautions in effect. We've noticed a few summer travel trends emerging and are sharing the top summer travel trends for families to inspire you to explore safely this summer.
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Four Top Trends in Summer Travel During Quarantine
Here are the trends we've identified for this summer. Use them to plan your family getaway.
Cookbook for Moms Who Ski and Ride
Winter is here and it's time for outdoor adventures. Skiing, hiking and sledding can make a family hungry. This winter, there's an awesome solution for moms a new cookbook for moms who ski and ride. The Ski Moms Cookbook is a digital cookbook with 36 recipes that are easy to ...read more
How to Celebrate Adoptive Parents
I recently learned that a friend who had been patiently awaiting a child became a parent practically overnight. When I heard about this loving couple bringing home their first baby, it really got me thinking about how to celebrate adoptive parents. We have experience with ...read more
Spiked Apple Cider Pops
September in the South is, in my opinion, still summer. The eighties and nineties always prevail and make the traditional fall flavors that I crave so much slightly out of reach. As much as I want to relax and sip on some hot cider, at the moment, I still need something iced. ...read more
- Staycations will be huge this year. Staying local, having proximity to home, and remaining nearby is a top priority for travelers right now. Head here for staycation ideas.
- National Parks are big destinations this year. Head here to get our tips for visiting National Parks. Since the big parks will be busy, consider heading to a lesser-known area this year.
- Staying in the US: International travel will be slow to rebound and as a result, we'll see an uptick in bookings in remote areas within the United States including places like Savannah, Charleston, Nashville, Sedona, Lake George, Lake Tahoe, Maine and others. See below for the list of top destinations this summer.
- Road Trips, Not Flights: Americans will likely make travel arrangements in their vicinity or within driving distance of where they live as we wait for more information about air travel. If you do decide to fly, don't be shocked by the high prices. It's a good time to use frequent flier miles if you have them.
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