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Discover new ways to experience fun and adventure along the Carolina coasts — from Corolla to Hilton Head.
If you love the small-town vibe, pack a suitcase to discover the irresistible charm of these North Carolina road-trip worthy destinations.
These mountain towns offer budget-friendly family fun
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Where to stay, what to see, and other tips
Wide, flat beaches and miles of bike paths are draws for a trip to Hilton Head Island.
Hotels and short-term rentals each offer pros and cons for family getaways. A mom and grandmother who travel with kids share their insights.
Warm up this winter on a family skiing, snowboarding or snowtubing trip just a short drive away.
From nature to nostalgia, Gatlinburg has a lot to offer families.
Tickets for the Sept. 7-9 Autumn at Oz event have sold out.
Discover the low country’s natural side.
See wild horses and discover the area's rich history and beautiful beaches.
Things to do along the Grand Strand for the adventure-loving family.
Not only does it offer quick access to Wrightsville Beach, but Wilmington also boasts plenty of other activities that appeal to multiple members of the family.
Despite sharing a name, both Stone Mountains offer unique delights for families to enjoy.
Known for its scenic mountain peaks, kid-friendly trails and wild ponies, this 4,822-acre park in Virginia offers a variety of outdoor activities for all ages.
Real-life advice from some Charlotte locals on traveling with kids.
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Tips to make single-parent traveling with kids less stressful and more enjoyable.
Follow the beat in New York, Nashville and Austin
The public aquarium, known to be the world’s second largest, boasts 60 animal habitats and 10 million gallons of water filled with 1,000 species of marine life.
Often overshadowed by Asheville, its showier neighbor to the north, this charming western North Carolina town is a family destination in its own right.
Tweetsie Railroad’s Ghost Train will be held Friday and Saturday nights from Sept. 22 to Oct. 28.