Summer Travel with Mom and Dad

three womenThis summer will see families planning and taking vacation together. The best memories happen when 3, 4, or more generations spend time together at places carefully chosen to keep everyone happy. The key is finding places to stay and things to do that have something for everyone—regardless of age or physical ability.

We’ve searched the web and selected a few resources we think can help you plan and find deals—even at the last minute.

All-inclusive family-oriented beach resorts in the Caribbean offer all the comforts of home plus plenty of activities for everyone. Kids can play on the beach while grandma can relax in the shade with her favorite book. Check out Best All-Inclusive Caribbean Family Resorts for 2018.

Family summer camps offer accommodations, meals and activities for intergenerational groups. What better place that lodging in a natural setting with a slew of activities and social time. Visit Trip Savvy for information on family camps all over the U.S.

For the truly adventurous, the website Road Scholar offers ideas for over 200 intergenerational family programs that are educational and fun and in places all over the world.

Cruises are often ideal solutions. There are endless activities for kids, more leisurely activities for the less adventurous, and visits to exotic ports where the needs of the disabled are provided.

Finding the most economical way to pull together a great multigenerational family vacation may take some homework, so we’ve turned to Kiplinger and their easy to navigate slideshow on the Best Travel Websites to Save You Money.

Have a great summer!