15 Great USA Places For Family Winter Vacation

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The Holiday season is a great time of the year to pack your bags, and let your mind wander. Of course, take your kids and go on a family vacation. Now, USA is a big country. And there are many places you can go.

Today, we want to focus on some popular places, and some hidden gems you can find. And fun fact: We also have some warm-weather escapes that will make you forget about the cold weather.

With that in mind, if you are planning a vacation with kids in the winter, we have some ideas. Time to embrace the season and connect with your family during a stress-free vacation. And these places provide just that.

1. Windham, New York

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If you live in New York, the Windham Mountain Adventure Park is the place to go. It is just 110 miles from New York. And if you enjoy spending time outside, you will love it. Windham offers both active and relaxing activities for families and single people.

And the best part is, Windham provides fun for the whole family throughout the year. Put it on your to-go list for a weekend getaway.

2. Sanibel Island, Florida

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Sanibel Island’s season is from December to April. That is the peak winter season. Make sure you book in advance, plan early, and then enjoy the idyllic beach weather. Sanibel is one of the best places in the USA if you want to enjoy warm weather during the winter months.

Yes, the price can be higher during December to April. But it offers an easy access. The shell beaches and wildlife refuges offer plenty of activities for you.

3. Pocono Mountains, Pennsylvania

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The Pocono Mountains have a long history and tradition of offering tourists a place to relax. The earliest resorts opened in the early 1900s. That is more than 100 years of history and tradition. They are known for theater and skiing.

The Mountains are gorgeous all year round. You can enjoy hiking, boating, snowboarding, or anything else. And the best part is, you can find resorts ranging from affordable to exclusive. Enjoy your family vacation and enjoy the recreation facilities.

4. White Mountains, New Hampshire

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The White Mountains are a mountain range covering about a quarter of the state of New Hampshire. With such a big size range, there is a lot of ground to cover. They are the most rugged mountains in New England. The region offers visitors one memorable experience after another. Be sure to visit it.

5. Waikoloa Village, Hawaii

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If you want to enjoy the warm weather and beaches during the winter months, Hawaii is the place to go. On Walkoloa Village you can fully embrace the spirit of Aloha and enjoy a spectacular oceanfront playground. The sunny coast provides plenty of things to do. Kids love the beaches, and you can enjoy a bit of peace and quiet. Not to mention, most of the resorts offer a full 5-star all-exclusive experience.

6. Park City, Utah

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If you want the best ski tracks in the USA, you have to visit Park City in Utah. The quality usually translates in high price, and that is true here as well. Park City ranked as the third most expensive ski town.

But it is worth it. And it is not all expensive. The food and beer prices are below the average cost. Just remember, Park City is part of Utah, a country that is mostly Mormon. There are strict liquor laws.

7. Las Vegas, Nevada

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You don’t need to spend a lot of words to describe Las Vegas. It is the center of the entertainment world. And no matter the season, Las Vegas is a place to be. Now, you might be thinking, Las Vegas and kids? Hell yeah.

If you want to find top-rated entertainment for both adults and kids, Las Vegas is the best place to go. Do not worry, your kids will have something to do all day long.

8. Canaan Valley, West Virginia

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Canaan Valley is a major golf and ski resort. It is one of West Virginia’s largest state parks. You get a full-service lodge, cabins, and campgrounds all over the place. And the resort provides perfect year-round activities for individuals of all ages.

9. Providence, Rhode Island

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Rhode Island is America’s smallest state. Many tourists avoid this place, but they are wrong. Providence is a little city absolutely worth a visit of its own. You can enjoy the park zoo, waterfire, museum of art, performing arts center, and much more.

10. Tanque Verde Ranch, Tucson, Arizona

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Tanque Verde Ranch has one of the best locations in the West for tourists eager to experience the rustic ranch life. It offer a premier and all-inclusive experience.

Tanque Verde Ranch is one of America’s old time cattle and guest ranches. Time to visit it.

11. Silver Valley, Idaho

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Idaho managed to convert mining spots into a tourist attraction. And that is what you get when you visit Silver Valley. Located in North Idaho along the Bitterroot Mountains, the place offers an extensive look into Western history. And of course, a lot of fun family activities.

12. Jackson, Wyoming

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Wyoming is the Equality state. It was the first state to allow women the right to vote, serve on juries, and hold public office. And in Jackson, you experience the full benefit of the equality state.

The town is located near two national parks. There are three ski areas, including Grand Targhee Resort, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, and Snow King Mountain Resort. Pick the one most suitable for you. The nature and view you can experience in Jackson are unique, and worth paying for.

13. Nashville, Tennessee

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If you want to listen some quality country music during your vacation, Nashville is the place to go. It is the capital of country music. And the Country Music Hall of Fame is in the city. Visit the famous Music Row district.

Besides country music, Nashville offers a lot of traditional winter activities as well. And there are some unique attractions like riding an old town trolley and experience the dancing lights of Christmas.

14. Pensacola, Florida

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We talked about a winter holiday in Florida before. Pensacola was the earliest landing sites of the Spaniards in the New World. And today, it is still known for its deep water harbor. You want to go diving and swimming in January? Pensacola is the place to be.

15. Brainerd, Minnesota

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Brainers is the premier Minnesota vacation destination. Located in the heart of the state, it offers great family vacations and first-class resorts. Go fishing, biking trails, shopping, or anything else. And if you want to explore the lake life, there are more than 400 lakes within 25 miles of Brainerd.