The Pursuit of History, a non-profit, recently created America’s Roadtrip. Take the kids on a free virtual tour of 12 historic sites in 12 hours.
Having trouble keeping bored kids entertained at home this summer of COVID-19? Fun activities that serve as distractions make it easy to keep them occupied.
This Pandemic summer, Elk Avenue has been made one way to allow for more outdoor socially-distanced seating and masks are required for those strolling on Elk Avenue.
Escape with your family on a yacht charter. It is a ticket to an adventure that allows for social distancing.
The City of Annapolis in Maryland has created eight Recovery Zones designed to provide opportunities to dine and shop outdoors while maintaining social distancing
The Chelsea Piers Connecticut phased reopening has begun. They have reimagined their camps to ensure optimal safety and fun for campers.
A visit to Flathead Lake Lodge, just south of Glacier NP, this pandemic summer is about a lot more than learning a new sport or upping your skill, visiting kids say, especially after being stuck at home for months.
Gatorland in Orlando, Florida is open daily from 10a.m to 5p.m. Everyone who enters the Park must wear a face mask.
Take the kids on a Troll Hunt at The Morton Arboretum in Illinois this summer. These colossal sculptures, created to serve as protectors of the environment, resemble the trolls of European folklore.
Eileen has been interviewed frequently on the morning news of Fox31 Denver and Colorado2 News regarding travel during the pandemic this summer.