Lake Placid is known for its stunning natural beauty, with Mirror Lake and Lake Placid offering opportunities for swimming, boating, and fishing.
Traditionally considered a pricey vacay spot for the East Coast jet set, Cape Cod doesn't have to be!
Check out the scenic La Jolla Cove for its crystal-clear waters and beautiful sea caves, explore the historic Gaslamp Quarter.
While in Sedona, take advantage of the free admission to the Chapel of the Holy Cross, Bell Rock, and Cathedral Rock.
Once your belly is full, head to Lady Bird Lake, rent a water bike, kayak, or paddleboard.
This picturesque peninsula in Wisconsin is known for its charming small towns, scenic shoreline, and outdoor recreation opportunities.
Newport is, of course, home to many local beaches, and you can enjoy delicious seafood at one of the many oceanfront restaurants.
The kids will also want to take a trip to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, which houses hundreds of animals representing nearly 150 species.
Despite being a bit further afield, Anchorage is a surprisingly affordable vacation spot with plenty of things to see and do.
For starters, stroll through the historic district and see buildings dating back to the 19th century, like the West Virginia Capitol Building.
Chock full of charming architecture, Southern hospitality, and plenty of things to do, Savannah makes for a fantastic family vacation.