The Number 1 Vacation Spot Is Disney
Vacations for teens are places where fun and leisure are the name of the game.
The number 1 place to visit in the winter for teens still remains, Disney and other theme parks. The biggest drawback is the cost. However, planning early can help with expense and maybe save money to get the best deals on lodging, meal plans and more.
Teens are adventurous and like trips that are thrilling.
Here are a few more vacation spots:
French Broad River, North Carolina The French Broad River, in Asheville, N.C., is the thirdoldest river in the world, even older than the Blue Ridge Mountains it flows through. If you float the seven-mile section starting at Hominy Creek, you’ll wind through the River Arts District, home to dozens of artists’ studios. Hop out at the riverfront.
Boulder Creek, Colorado “Tube to Work Day” is a rare sight. It’s likely the only time you’ll catch Boulderites wearing suits and ties. Every year, hundreds of people in this Colorado city dress up to hitch a ride to work through the rapids of Boulder Creek. Sometimes, onlookers fish for tubers from bridges using doughnuts for bait. If you’re in town mid-July, you’ll want to suit up and float by for the event’s 10th birthday.
Trinity River, Texas Forget tubing to work. In Fort Worth, Texas, you can tube straight through the party. Every Saturday in July, tube the Trinity River during the Rockin’ on the River concert series, and you’ll float right by live music, staged along the banks. Even better.., every concert ends with fireworks.