Family Travel Forum
This site’s motto is “Have Kids, Still Travel!” There’s lots of free content, from advice for making car trips easier to ideas for different age groups to recommendations for family friendly hotels, cruises, and activities. When you join the site (it’s free), you get access to discounts and last-minute travel deals, as well as twice-a-month email travel alerts. For a small fee ($5.95), you can get custom help planning your trip from the site’s experts.
Family Travel Network
This award-winning site is brimming over with resources for family travel: great destinations, travel tips and news, current deals, favorite activities for families, links to relevant sites, and tons more. A great place to start planning your family’s vacation.
Let the fun begin! The Travel area of the FamilyFun website has lots of tips and suggestions for creating a fun and memorable trip. Sections include Destinations, Activities & Attractions, Disney Vacations, Camping Trips, and Your Great Vacations (travel stories and ratings from readers).
Aiming to make travel fun (and affordable) for the whole family, this site has numerous city guides written with kids in mind, as well as activity guides, travel bargains, family travel books for sale, and general travel advice.
Pamela Lanier’s Family Travel
This attractive site has lots of info for families who travel. Highlights include Road Food (recipes for on-the-go food that kids will eat), Great Outdoors (ideas for active families), Travel Destinations, and Travel Tips. You can also search for accommodations and sign up for the site’s newsletter.
Travel for Kids
This free family travel guide provides fun ideas and the resources to make them happen. Start by browsing Fun Things to Do (in destinations all over the world), and then check out the site’s Trip Planner, Travel Tips, and Family Hotels section.
Freelance writer Sheila Scarborough and guests blog about seeing the world with kids in tow, with informative posts about specific countries, cities, and destinations.