New York, NY (PRWEB) April 28, 2010
The FamilyTravelForum.com community honors the original family vacation – the road trip – as this year's Top 10 Getaways for Family Travelers with 10 great itineraries that help families discover America.
When it comes to vacation, whether families choose to relax at the beach or venture onto hiking or biking trails, roller coasters, or cruise ship decks in pursuit of fun; 76% of them will drive to get there. Family travelers take an average of 4.5 trips per year, and with fuel costs almost 28% lower than their record high, at least one of these trips is likely to be a road trip.
"We examined the information requests from FamilyTravelForum.com families to determine the 10 most popular road trips for parents with school-age children," notes editor Kyle McCarthy, "then created fresh itineraries that include the latest attractions."
FamilyTravelForum.com 's Top 10 Getaways for Family Travelers are located in each region, making the start of a great road trip available within 350 miles of every family living in the continental United States.
Road Trips Northeast
Road Trips Southeast
Road Trip Mountain States
Road Trips Southwest
Road Trips West
The winning itineraries have been broken down into several manageable days – usually under a few hours’ driving time – so that families can pick and choose among the many suggested stops and detours. To see the complete itineraries, visit FamilyTravelForum.com 's Top 10 Family Road Trips USA.
Family Travel Forum (FTF), the family vacation media company, has served all who "Have Kids, Still Travel" with print and online guides since 1996. FamilyTravelForum.com has won many awards for its expert global coverage of family vacations ranging from multi-generational cruises to eco-adventures; the Top 10 Getaways survey of resort-based infant programs; a robust Flee Market™; forums on car seat and travel safety; gear reviews; pediatric travel health and a unique Custom Trip Planning service for consumers. For its publications including travelBIGO.com for the Before I Get Old crowd, and twice monthly e-newsletters packed with vacation deals, FTF has been honored with Travel Weekly's 2009 Magellan Award.
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