Easter Egg Hunts and Farm Fun for DC Families

Spring has sprung, and with it, comes Easter fun. There are loads of spring festivals and spring break activities to be sure. And from egg hunts to bunny brunches, DC families will find plenty to do to celebrate the season. 

Take a look below at some of our favorite events happening this year and fill up your family calendar! 

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10 Teen and Tween Activities To Make Them Like You for a Minute

When it comes to entertaining a Philly tween or teen, it can be challenging to find activities that aren't too babyish and have the appropriate amount of cool. Philly parents must dive deep into their former adolescent-selves to be reminded of what was cool when they were a tween or teen. Thankfully, hanging out at the mall or going to the movies aren’t your only options! We have rounded up some ideas for those struggling on ways to connect with these tween/teen creatures... other than by text and emoji.

25 Spring Day Trip Ideas for New Jersey Families

Spring weather has finally arrived, and now that the sun is shining, my kids want to spend every spare minute soaking it in. I'm all for keeping them outdoors, so we've rounded up 25 ideas for spring day trips in New Jersey. If your family is searching for local adventures to make the most of the mild days, check out our top picks, from picnic spots and easy hikes to amusement parks and spring festivals.

Our Spring Fun Guide is loaded with even more family fun ideas, including 50+ things we can't wait to do with kids this spring.

25+ Great Spring Day Trips for Long Island Families

The winter cold has just turned, and summer break is still a few months away. But you are already itching to get out and get away, even if it’s just for a day.

Living on Long Island, we’re lucky to have so many amazing parks, attractions, and quaint seaside towns for springtime day-trip visits. We’re also lucky to be within driving or ferry distance of New York City, Connecticut, and New Jersey. These areas offer even more fun and exciting experiences for the whole family.

100 Things To Do with Westchester Kids Before They Grow Up

There are many reasons families choose to raise their kids in Westchester and the Hudson Valley. One factor is the abundance of special offerings that are unique to this area. But there might be even more to take in than you realize!

Toward that end, we’re offering up our top 100 things to do with kids in Westchester and the Hudson Valley. Whether it's  gawking at the opulent mansions that line the Hudson River, attending a festival, celebrating Halloween, savoring a local delectable, being outdoors, or taking in a show, these activities offer quality fun for the whole family. You've probably already experienced several of our picks, but chances are that you haven't gotten to them all just yet.

Read on for 100 must-do, family-friendly activities throughout Westchester and the Hudson Valley with kids. Some are seasonal, some are year-round—and all are worth doing! Download our free printable version and check them off as you go.

40 Fun Things to Do on a Rainy Day in NYC

When it’s raining outside, it’s time to bring the fun indoors. Our list of 40 rainy day activities will brighten up even the dreariest day, with NYC's coolest indoor play spaces, the most kid-friendly museums to explore, and some delicious places to grab a bite. Of course, if you'd rather stay cozy at home, we’ve got you covered there, too, with plenty of creative indoor boredom busters.

For even more things to do, check out our Events Calendar, which is filled with plenty of fun activities—indoors and out—for every day of the week.

100 Things to Do in New England with Kids Before They Grow Up

No matter where you live, exploring New England with kids ought to be on your short list of family vacation goals. Steeped in history and natural beauty, the Northeast offers families a chance to learn about the earliest Americans, frolic on snow or sand, and enjoy all sorts of old-fashioned fun, from farm-fresh ice cream to vintage carousels.

Drawing from our carefully curated lists of the best things to do with children in Boston and Connecticut as well as the inside scoop from parents in Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine, we've come up with 100 things to see, do, and eat with kids in New England. It includes our favorite beaches, children's museums and amusement parks, charming New England towns with kid-friendly activities, ski and holiday trips, and top seasonal events and carnivals. One thing is for certain: You'll be wicked glad you visited Yankeeland.

25 Kid-Friendly Spring Day Trip Ideas for NYC Families

By the time April rolls around, my family has reached its limits of winter-induced stir-craziness, and despite all that our fair city has to offer in spring, we collectively feel desperate to get away from NYC, even for the day.

Having this list of 25 spring-inspired day trips at our fingertips gives us something to look forward to, especially with spring break on the horizon. From hiking and farm fun to smelling the blooms to strolling amid sculpture gardens, there is something on this list for everyone.

Note: We have a low tolerance for driving, so for us, a day trip has to be within two hours of New York City. Find more ideas in our Day Trips Guide or our Family Travel Guide.

Last Minute Campgrounds for Escaping LA on a Moment's Notice

Wouldn't it be great if you could go camping this weekend? Well, guess what—you can! Just because you didn't plan your camping trip months in advance—like all of those annoyingly organized people on Catalina Island this weekend probably did—doesn't mean your tent has to stay in the bag. Pitch that tent tomorrow at one of these SoCal campgrounds that accommodate last minute campers, and then break out the marshmallows.

Affordable Summer Camps for Westchester Kids

There are tons of fun summer camp options in our area, no matter what your child is interested in—from traditional camps to STEM programs. If you're looking for budget-friendly options that won't break the bank, we’ve rounded up a slew of affordable day camps in Westchester.

For this list, that means a camp that’s $350 and under a week. Many of the camps featured offer half-day sessions as well as early-bird or sibling discounts. Plus, there are often options for financial aid and/or scholarships—and even if you don’t see the information listed, you can always ask to see if it’s a possibility.

For even more options, check out our Summer Camps Guide for Westchester Kids, or search our Camp Directory. And be sure to sign up for our free newsletters to find even more fun things to do this summer!

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