Family Vacations Directory - Florida - Northeast Atlantic Coast

 Northeast Florida family vacation ideas include things to do with kids along the Atlantic Coast plus family-friendly hotels, resorts, campgrounds, and  beach house rentals with vacation packages.Family Vacation Ideas St. Augustine & Daytona Beach Known as "Florida’s First Coast," this area offers miles of un crowded beaches. Best places to enjoy family vacation fun include Jacksonville Zoo and Daytona International Speedway. Ride in a horse-drawn carriage along the Matanzas River, and take a ghost tour in Old Town St. Augustine. For more ideas checkout Jacksonville, Kissimmee or Cocoa Beach. Back to Florida family vacations. 

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Crescent Beach, Florida - A Secret Family Vacation Beach for Surfing, Biking, and Fishing with No Crowds.

Miles of lovely hard-packed sand make beach hiking, bike riding, and sand volleyball almost too good to pass up. When the tide is out residents and visitors drive along the ocean’s edge, sometimes parking against the sand dunes that frame the land. [Read More]

Crescent Beach, A Family Vacation Beach Retreat with Pelicans, Sea Kayaking, and Sandcastles.

Florida's northeastern coast remains a secret vacation destination offering miles of uncrowded beaches, awesome sunrises, iridescent sunsets, seaside eateries and delightful one-of-a-kind shopping. [Read More]

Away for the Holidays Destination St. Augustine with Holiday Lights, Elf Express, and a Beach Blast.

The annual “Nights of Lights” celebration includes millions of white lights adorning buildings and draping from trees creating a magical holiday atmosphere. From carriage rides and caroling to ice skating, trolley rides, fireworks, and a chili cook off celebrating is the whole idea. [Read More]

Family Reunion Ideas – Seven WOW! Tall Ship Sailing Experiences.

For more family fun just add water. The best family reunions have at least one shared experience that packs an extra WOW! Sailing aboard a tall ship fits into that category. [Read More]

Daytona Beach Family Vacations with Teens – Surfing, Para-sailing, and High Speed Action.

I know of five good reasons to vacation in Daytona Beach with teens: awesome beach action, waves for surfing, thrilling rides, cosmic bowling, and the Daytona 500 Experience. [Read More]

Jacksonville, Family Vacation Ideas – Rhinos, Dinos, and Amazing Art.

Northeast Florida offers families remarkable possibilities for fun without ticket lines. The city is both family-friendly and bike friendly making it ideal for an affordable active family holiday. [Read More]

Daytona Beach Earth-Friendly Vacations Include Kayaking, Secret Gardens, and an Ocean Safari.

The Daytona Beach area offers a remarkable number of earth friendly experiences for families to share. [Read More]

Best Santa Trains and Holiday Lights in Florida - Create Your Own Holiday Traditions.

Even with sunshine and palm trees swaying in the breeze storybook travel is pure fun and during the winter months Florida destinations adorn trees with twinkling lights and excursion trains run just for fun. [Read More]

St. Augustine, Florida Family Vacations with History, Beaches, and a Schooner.

From ghost walks along cobblestone streets in St. Augustine to riding bikes on the beach, visiting the Fountain of Youth and kayaking the Matanzas River, the menu for fun is extensive. [Read More]

Florida: Daytona Beach, Family Vacation Ideas - Museum of Arts and Sciences and Children’s Science Center.

MOAS has always provided exceptional ways to share museum time with children from teddy bear collections and giant sloth bones to train talk and nature walks. [Read More]

Florida: Daytona Beach, Family Vacation Ideas – Beach Time, Living History, and Daytona 500 Experience.

Imagine a series of white sandy beaches stretching along the blue-green waters of Florida’s Atlantic Coast. Add beach shops, mini golf, surfing, kayaking, parasailing, fishing from the Daytona Beach Pier, marine science discoveries, an awesome lighthouse, the world famous Daytona 500 Experience, and the new Daytona Children’s Museum - a recipe for family fun. [Read More]

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