Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) February 01, 2013
TheFamilyTravelFiles.com showcases the best snow tubing places along the US East Coast including spots in the New England area, Mid-Atlantic region and the Southeast making it easy to plan an active, winter school break family adventure.
Sharing adventures with your kids is one of the ways to define family vacation fun and during the coldest months snow tubing ranks at the top of the fun list.
“Snow tubing is definitely a multi-generational sport – a sport that combines a modicum of skill with snow with fresh air, squeals, and laughter. It is pure fun in the snow, no apps needed,” says Nancy Nelson-Duac, co-founder and editor of the popular family vacation planning website.
Nelson-Duac attributes the growing popularity of snow tubing with the fact that parents and grandparents wish to share more active outdoor adventures with their kids. The obvious benefit she points out, “Snow tubing does not require lessons or practice to be fun. It’s really a ready- made day adventure and great for making memories.”
Some of the best snow tubing places in New England include Nashoba Valley's Snow Tubing Park and Amesbury Sports Park in Massachusetts; Smugglers' Notch in Vermont, Woodbury Ski Area in Connecticut, and Pine Meadows Snow Tubing Park at King Pine Ski Area in New Hampshire. In the Mid-Atlantic region and the Southeast the best tubing spots include Hawksnest Resort in North Carolina, Outback Park at Hidden Valley Resort in Pennsylvania, Southern West Virginia’s Winterplace and Snowshoe Mountain, as well as the Scream Machine at Wintergreen Resort in Virginia and Avalanche Alley at Stone Mountain in Georgia.
Many more snow tubing spots and winter break family adventures may be reviewed by browsing Snow Places lifestyle folder from the homepage at theFamilyTravelFiles.com
About theFamilyTravelFiles.com. Founded in 1998, theFamilyTravelFiles.com is one of America's top-rated online family travel resources offering more than 1000 pages of timely family vacation ideas and trip planning information. The website specializes in displaying family vacation ideas, destination information for adults planning family vacations, advice about family trips, and family travel deals. To assist in narrowing searches, colorful vacation idea folders are visible throughout the website.
Lisa A Duac Publisher (813) 968-4799 or publisher(at)theFamilyTravelFiles(dot)com
Nancy Nelson-Duac (817) 573-6920 or editor(at)theFamilyTravelFiles(dot)com