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By homeis  ·  December 15, 2018

Winter Vacation Ideas with Kids not far from the city

Where to go on a fun kid-friendly vacation this Winter.

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Ski resort in the Poconos Mountains, with snow tubing, zip lining, ski lessons, waterpark outdoor tub and great food and accommodation. They also have an arcade for some indoor fun if the kids get cold!
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Woodloch Resort

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A kid-friendly resort with plenty of activities to choose from- zip lining, bumper cars, snow tubing, go karting,winter Olympics and many more including a petting zoo. The food and accommodation are great as well. You can make dietary requests as they accommodate all eaters. For the holiday season, the illuminated "Festival of Lights" holiday ride is up, running along the nature trail.
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Skytop Lodge

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This a colonial Dutch style resort with a wide range of kid and adult friendly activities including ice skating, horsebsck riding, hiking, clay shooting, zip line, golf, pool and spa facilities!
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Fort Worth

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Why not spend Christmas in the city whose motto is "Where the West begins?" Avid adventurers, history buffs and connoisseurs of cowhand culture will appreciate a roughly 2-hour flight to Fort Worth, Texas. The air trip is definitely worth the plane ticket during the holidays, too. First, Fort Worth is the sole place you're going to experience the world's only twice-daily cattle drive at the Stockyards National Historic District. The cattle drive takes place every day at 11:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Second, holiday lights shower the city in intricate arrangements this time of year. And third, everything in Fort Worth is done big— mega entrées, massive Christmas trees and real, majestic Texas Longhorns, which you can actually adopt while you're there.
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Austin

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Austin is the major Texas city which offers winter visitors the most outdoor recreation during the winter months. Set among the rolling hills of the Texas Hill Country, Austin is also one of the most scenic cities during the winter. The relatively mild temperatures during this time of year are inviting to outdoor enthusiasts, as are the changing colors of the leaves and landscape. During November and December, hiking, bird watching, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, fishing, and hunting are all popular activities around Austin, and in many instances, holiday traditions.
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San Antonio

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San Antonio has long been one of Texas' top tourist destinations. With a myriad of attractions and top-shelf festivals staged throughout the year, it is little wonder the Alamo City draws a crowd. In fact, one of the best times of Every year, the RiverWalk is lit the day after Thanksgiving. Once lit, the RiverWalk and the surrounding area around downtown San Antonio is illuminated every night through January 1. This is one of the most impressive holiday light displays in all of Texas. The Valero Alamo Bowl college football game is also held during the holiday season, as is Carnival de San Antonio, one of the state's largest New Year's celebrations.
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Marfa

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Head way out west to hipster enclave Marfa to see the mysterious “Marfa Lights,” for yourself this holiday season. You’ll be near Big Bend National Park while you’re there, so plan a little hiking or camping, if the weather is good. If the weather isn’t quite right for camping under the stars, head into Marfa to stay at one of their iconic hotels like Hotel Paisano.
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Mountain Creek

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The closest ski resort to NYC and works even after dark. A great ski resort for families and beginners (also have a terrain park)
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Really nice museum with great activities
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Laser Bounce Family Fun Center

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A place with plenty activities for kids
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A great place fit also for younger kids
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Kalahari Water Park

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Great hotel for a family weekend with indoor water park and more activities
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It™ Adventure Indoor Ropes Course

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Cool place for rope climbing to energetic kids at all ages
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High Exposure Rock Climbing, Ninja Warrior & Parkour

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Rock climbing and activities for kids and adults
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Bounce! Trampoline Sports

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The perfect place for some energetic kids at all ages
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Camelbeach Mountain Waterpark

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Hotel with indoor water park and ski resort (ski in- ski out) for adults
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Once Upon A Treetop

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Playground for kids at age 1-5
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Many activities and exhibitions for kids. The place located next to Queens museum
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Crayola Experience

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Activities and exhibitions based around Crayola pencils
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LEGOLAND Discovery Center Westchester

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Lego lovers - this is the place for you. located around nice shopping center
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Long Island Aquarium

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Really interesting aquarium with winter exhibitions. located next to Tanger Riverhead Outlet
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Connecticut Science Center

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Science museum for kids. also a great view on the Connecticut river
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Great Wolf Lodge

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Hotel with indoor water park and many activities for kids
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Kennebunkport

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Although Kennebunkport is a summer staple for its lobster shacks, quaint lighthouses, and windswept beaches, come winter, this coastal town is the perfect quiet escape for seclusion-seekers. In January and February, Kennebunkport celebrates Paint the Town Red, when Dock Square is covered in red twinkly lights and an eight-foot-tall heart made of lobster traps is erected in the town center. Hotels, stores, and restaurants also host a month of romantic events, wine tastings, and more.
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Burlington

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This Green Mountain State enclave, known for its hippie-meets-hipster vibe, is a great winter getaway. Bed down at the Hotel Vermont, which has rooms done up with throw blankets by local artisans, reclaimed wood furniture, and, in some, gas fireplaces. Start the day off with a decadent brunch at Butch + Babes, a Old North End newcomer that serves mac and cheese pancakes as well as a veggie bowl with cheddar grits and poached eggs. Afternoons can be spent exploring the contemporary art galleries and studios at Burlington City Artsand browsing the boutiques along Church Street. (JS Tip: Stop at Burlington Records for some vintage vinyl finds.)
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Providence

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Rhode Island’s cool-kid capital mixes a creative culinary scene with historic charm. Drop your bags at The Dean—the 1912 church house has been transformed into a stylish 52-room hotel with vintage European artwork, a sultry cocktail bar, and a karaoke lounge—then take a tour of Brown University’s meticulous campus to learn about the city’s collegiate roots. A few blocks is the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Museum, which is home to 100,000 objects from ancient art to designer textiles.
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Woodstock

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This whimsical Vermont hamlet may be small but it has a mighty art and culinary scene. Fuel up for the day at Mon Vert, a cute coffee shop and café that makes a mean maple latte and panini—opt for the Devil on Horseback topped with bacon, Vermont Creamery goat cheese, and walnut date spread. On a sunny afternoon, stroll by the covered bridges in the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, the state’s only national park, or head to the Billings Farm and Museum for a festive sleigh ride around the snowy landscape.
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The Berkshires

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The bucolic Berkshire Mountains have long attracted Boston’s city-slickers. This picturesque region in Western Massachusetts is known for its famous resident Norman Rockwell, who lived in Stockbridge for 25 years and is now commemorated with his own museum of roughly 1,000 original paintings and drawings—the artist’s largest collection in the world. You can also tour Arrowhead farm, Herman Melville’s former home, or Wheatleigh, a 19th-century Italianate mansion set on 22 acres of manicured gardens designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
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