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Spring is officially here, and Summer is just around the corner! Now is the perfect time to make plans for your family vacation. The most challenging part of planning for a vacation is deciding where to go to please the whole family. Here are four perfect destination spots, utterly different from each other, and all are under 500 miles of Savannah
Clearwater, Florida, is located on Florida’s West Coast, part of the Tampa Bay area. The fluffy soft sand, the crystal-clear water, and the long, fun-filled days will be why you choose this tropical destination. You will find great restaurants on almost every corner, able to accommodate everyone’s taste. The shopping is unique and plentiful. The whole family could stay on the beaches and have a great time, but there are more… attractions & theme parks (just to name a few)!
- Busch Gardens
- The Florida Aquarium
- Disney World
- SeaWorld Orlando
- Adventure Island
- SimCenter Tampa Bay
- Splash Harbour Water Park
- Clearwater Marine Aquarium
- Congo River Golf
Huntington Beach State Park is located in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina. This is where you can get away from the hustle & bustle and connect with your family and nature. Each camping site is equipped with clean water, electricity, and wifi access. If camping is not your style, you may reserve one of the roomy cabins or villas.
Huntington Park offers kayaking, boating, fishing, hiking, and tours. You can even take a self-guided tour of the on-site Atalaya Castle. Whatever you decide to do, your whole family will feel refreshed and rejuvenated after a few days in the beautiful landscape.
Ashville, North Carolina, is a beautiful town in the state’s Western Region surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains. Ashville is rich in history and brimming with budding and accomplished artists. This small town is packed with fun points of interest for the whole family.
One of the main attractions is the Biltmore Estate, owned by the Vanderbilt family. The mansion was built by George Washington Vanderbilt between 1885 and 1889 and is the largest privately-owned house in the United States.
Another popular place to visit is the Western North Carolina Nature Center. This Nature Center is home to over 60 species of animals, including black bears, cougar, red wolves, and North American river otters, just to name a few.
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, is nestled between Gatlinburg and Sevierville in the beautiful Great Smokey Mountains and combined are under 40 square miles. This small area is packed with history and fun activities for the whole family. Rent one of the many beautiful cabins for your family and enjoy the spectacular views.