The Num­ber 1 Va­ca­tion Spot Is Dis­ney

DREAM TEEN Magazine - - Family Vacation -

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.

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