Hi, I'm Shauna. Welcome to our blog. We are a large unconventional family, sharing our adventures and stories of traveling together.
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Taking on the World, One Playground at time
Welcome to Family Travel Fever. We are a large unconventional family who loves to travel together, discovering the coolest places to play near home all over the world. We share our adventures and learn from mishaps traveling together. You can find new ideas for traveling with a crew and different creative ideas for fun near and far from home.
Tips and Tricks for Traveling with a Family
Traveling with a family is different than alone or business travel. I have itchy feet and I am either planning trip, on a trip, or returning from trip. In the destinations section you will find encouragement and creative solutions for traveling with your family. From family road trips, RV fun and international adventures. Check it out!
Latest On the Blog
We are currently doing road trips from home in our new camper. Check out our stories!
Find out the most exciting thing about Dinosaur National Monument for families with kids! An adventure with dinosaur bones, petroglyphs, homesteads, fossils, hikes, rafting, camping and more!
Bridal Veil Falls and Hanging Lake trail in Colorado is one of our family’s favorite hikes in all seasons. This steep hiking trail, in Glenwood Canyon, ends in a magnificent turquoise lake and waterfall.
Dominguez-Escalante National Conservation Area is the place to be for spectacular sunrise and sunset views, swimming for kids and free camping in Colorado. This is an amazing place hidden in the Upper Colorado Plateau region. The scenery is spectacular. The history dates back to ancient times with petroglyphs and settlers cabins to explore. Although we did not check out the rock climbing or rafting, those are popular in the area.
Enjoy some of our favorite scenes from our travels. Traveling with kids can be funny, messy, loud and exciting. Oh yeah, there is never a dull moment and yes, we have our hands full.