Back in October 2019, I dedicated the whole month to road trips. For this month, I’m going to dedicate my posts to one of my favorite travel seasons – Spring Break. Yes, we’ll have a whole month of Family Tips for Spring Break trips.
Why I love Spring Break
When I was a travel agent, I loved it when people came in to plan their spring break trips. I think the combination of the limitations of when they could travel + the fun usually associated with spring break made these types of trips the best to plan.
Now that I have kids, I look at how we can maximize spring break fun. Sometimes that means staying close to home, but we’ve also visited Kentucky, headed to Florida, and made the dream trip to Iceland. This year our spring break will be spent in Spain and I’m really looking forward to it.
What to expect
I’m following a similar format to Road Trip month. You’ll find collaboration posts where travel bloggers offer their favorite spring break stops. We’ll have books for kids. Printables to download. And more.
We’re focusing on four key areas (one per week) for this month’s Spring Break extravaganza:
- The Caribbean Islands (and Caribbean Cruises)
- National Parks in the United States and Canada
- Western Europe
Bookmark this page. I’ll update it as new posts are added.
Family-Friendly Florida for Spring Break
Here’s a round up of Florida posts we’ve added so far:
- Bloggers share their favorite Florida spring break destinations for families
- Florida Beach Trip Travel Journal (Free Printable)
More Florida books for kids:
- Children’s books set in Florida
- Best children’s books for a trip to Florida Beaches
- Best children’s books for a trip to St. Augustine
- Best children’s books for a trip to Southwest Florida
- Best children’s books for a trip to Cape Canaveral, Florida
In order to kick-off Spring Break month, I want to offer a simple printable for you to use as you plan your trip. Keep track of the books your family is reading to gear up to the trip, and note things you might want to do while there.
You can download it here.
What spring break planning questions would you like me to comment about? Let me know and I just might use it in a post.