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March 08, 2018

After a long winter and even longer flu season, most parents could use a change of scenery and fresh air. Vacation inspiration is exactly what the doctor ordered.

Shake things up this year and get out of the house for a spring break they’ll remember forever.

 

Check out these family-friendly adventure destinations.

Out n’ About Treesort: Oregon






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Have your own Swiss Family Robinson spring break at this tree house resort located in southwest Oregon. Choose from over 10 cabins on the private 36 acres. The choices don’t end there! You can also choose from a variety of activities ranging from the rafting to ziplining to horseback riding to arts and crafts. With affordable walkie talkies for the whole family, you can feel confident in letting your little wild ones explore this resort that emphasizes safe fun. 

With activities for everyone what’s not love aboutthis treesort.

 

Canyons Zipline and Canopy Tour: Florida






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Home to the longest, fastest, and highest ziplines in the state of Florida,Canyons Zipline and Canopy Tours is great for the thrill-seekers in the family. Don’t worry they have something for both the wild and tame! They also offer horseback riding for those who like to keep their feet closer to the ground.

You can extend the adventure by camping out in the nearbySilver Springs State Park.

 

Overnight Mule Ride to Phantom Ranch: Arizona






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Explore the floor of theGrand Canyon while on a sure-footed mule on theOvernight Ride to Phantom Ranch. Descend 10 miles down to the canyon floor on the Bright Angel Trail. Trips include hearty meals served at the famous Bright Angel Lodge and the Phantom Ranch.

Channel your inner cowboy for this canyon adventure -- it’s a popular one so book early.

 

Overnight Raft Trip in Glacier National Park: Montana






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Imagine experiencingGlacier National Park without having to carry a heavy pack or worrying about food with an entertaining expert as your guide? That’s exactly what you get withGlacier Guides and Montana Raft. Not sure about staying overnight? They have you covered with a variety of family-friendly raft trips.

Explore the interior of Glacier National Park with this wet and wild family adventure.

Keep these action packed family-friendly trips in mind when planning your next vacation. If you need something easier and closer to home, then check out these28 backyard camping tips. Midland two way radios make it easy to stay connected whether you're trying out camping in the backyard or riding mules to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.

- Kayla Haas, Midland Adventures Contributor


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