Top Often Overlooked Spring Break Destinations

Overlooked Spring Break Destinations via Field Trips with Sue
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By Sue Rodman
Looking for a spring break destination that’s a little out of the ordinary? Field Trips with Sue participated in a family travel blogger round up on Top Often Overlooked Spring Break Destinations. It’s a wonderful list with destinations both domestic and abroad. Even if you’ve planned spring break, this is a great idea generator for summer travel. I picked Chattanooga TN. It’s and easy drive from Atlanta and offers activities for everyone from the museum goer to the hard-core adventure traveler.

Here is the complete list of Top 10 Often Overlooked Spring Break Destinations. Be sure to click through to read up on why each family travel blogger picked these spring break destinations. For even more spring break ideas, check out this post from Family Travel Forum.

Belize: Ciao Bambino

Death Valley National Park (Furnace Creek Ranch): Pit Stops for Kids

Pacific Mexico: Wander Mom

Carlsbad (CA): The Vacation Gals

Texas Hill Country: Trekaroo

Sarasota: Traveling Mom

Chattanooga: Field Trips with Sue

Hawaii (Black Sand Beach): Walking on Travels

Ireland: Smart Family Travel

6 Comments on Top Often Overlooked Spring Break Destinations

  1. I like these ideas, great choices. Many of them could be drive-to vacations for a lot of families and I think it’s really important to keep in mind that you don’t have to fly somewhere to have fun during the spring. thanks for sharing…

    • Kyle, Absolutely you don’t need to fly to have fun. In fact, most people don’t ever do the wonderful activities in their own backyard. We’ve done staycastions in Atlanta where we stay at a local hotel and visit local attractions. It’s a different perspective and you never have to hear “are we there yet?”

  2. Great list. I have been to various of these places. Recently, I visited Death Valley and think that is a great option. The trip can be combined with a visit the Eastern Sierra.

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