Family Travel: Pop-up Books New York, London and Paris No Comments

Lonely Planet Kids - Pop-Up New York, London, and Paris If there is something my kids LOVE to do, it is read. There is always a book in my oldest hands, which I love. One of our favorite books is Lonely Planet Kids! They actually have released several new pop up books that your kids may just fall in love with as well. Stay tuned to Read more

5 Family Travel Apps No Comments

Five Travel Apps that will Rock your next Road-Trip   Are you embarking on a road-trip adventure sometime soon and looking for ways to keep your sanity and even enjoy those stretches of highway?  With Fall Break on the horizon, my mind is spinning with travel preparations!  Next week we are heading to San Diego and dipping our toes in several National Parks along the way, so Read more

What Luxury Feels Like: Staying at Hampton Inn & Suites Pittsburgh-Downtown No Comments

  When a family is headed to Pittsburgh for a week full of fun, where do they stay? I was searching for hotels and I had a list of requirements. I wanted it to be safe, fun, and downtown. I came across the Hampton Inn & Suites in Pittsburgh. They agreed to host us for a few days and it was the best decision EVER! Let me Read more

29 Entertaining Road Trip Crafts To Keep Kids Busy in the Car No Comments

  A great family road trip can make an equally great memory for any child that will last throughout his entire life. However, I am always having trouble making the car ride more enjoyable. Sitting too much in the car can be unpleasant for our little ones, but it doesn't have to be. The savvy moms of the blogosphere have come up with some brilliant road trip Read more

With 14 mountain ranges, more than three million lakes, nearly 22 million acres of national forest and 20 national parks, preserves and monuments, Alaska is most definitely one of the wildest places on earth. Add in the wildlife, wild seafood and wild adventure and you have the perfect vacation destination for the family that loves to experience nature and the outdoors. One area that is especially known for its Read more

7 Airport Hacks to Make Flying Easier‏ No Comments

 7 Airport Hacks to Make Family Travel Easier I absolutely LOVE traveling. I think it is absolutely amazing to be able to go around the world and see different places, see parts of history, and experience new cultures. However, I don't know about all of you but flying can be a huge hassle because of all of the steps and struggles that it take to get through the Read more

National Geographic Kids Mission: Polar Bear Rescue No Comments

When I was in middle school we watched a lot of videos for our geography class. Like the rest of my classmates I enjoyed these movies because it meant there was little to no actual classwork for that period and I could catch up on homework from another class or in some cases, if I was really brave, lay my head down and catch a Read more

Heading to a Theme Park for spring break? Check out our tips from travel expert Ian Ford,CEO and president of Undercover Tourist, has several helpful recommendations for visitors navigating the Orlando theme parks for their spring break vacation. o Book FastPass+ reservations before you arrive – As soon as you're reservation window opens (60 days in advance of check-in for resort guests and 30 days in advance Read more

5 Family Friendly Things to See and Do in Yellowstone No Comments

From the geysers, hot springs, and pools to the lakes, forests, and wildlife, Yellowstone National Park has something to excite every visitor! As a kid, I dreamed of visiting Yellowstone and have fond memories of the experiences I had there with my family.  I used up rolls and rolls of film taking pictures of the buffalo, bears, and elk that posed for us along the side Read more

5 Family Friendly Things to See and Do in Arches No Comments

Arches National Park contains over 2,000 cataloged natural arches, making it the world’s largest collection!  Some of these are very small, but some are massive and will take your breath away.  I personally like to visit Arches at least once a year or so, just because it is one of those places that always fills me with wonder and amazement. For more information about each hike, Read more

5 Family Friendly Things to See and Do in Zion No Comments

Nothing can prepare you for the grandeur of the red rock mountains that will surround you in Zion National Park.  It is absolutely breathtaking!  This past trip that we took was the first time hiking Zion with a baby in tow, so now I can confidently say that I have a great list of family friendly things to do in this park. 1.  Secret Hike to Read more

5 Family Friendly Things to See and Do in Canyonlands No Comments

Canyonlands National Park is a stunning area near Moab, Utah with sheer sandstone cliffs, deep canyons, beautiful rivers, and spectacular vistas.  Although I have been to Moab dozens of times, I always visited Arches National Park.  My first visit to Canyonlands was a few years ago, and I was disappointed with myself that I hadn't made it there sooner. I still have areas that I need Read more

Help Get the Mobile Library Rollin’ No Comments

  Our mission at GO ADVENTURE MOM is to create the next generation of children that love the outdoors. We believe in teaching our children about all cultures and religions of the world because we believe it helps to make the world a better place. One of my favorite groups that helps children stay connected to creativity and to the world is The Wonderment. They help kids Read more

Go Adventure Magazine - Spring 2015 Happy Spring Everyone! We are excited to share our Spring edition of GO ADVENTURE MAGAZINE! This issue we are sharing our favorite gear, best family travel spots and fun activities for kids. The cover of this magazine comes from Staci Levine. Her daughter is fierce and LOVE her brave spirit. I want to be more like her. Now is the time for Spring Break Read more