6 destinations you and the little ones will love– separately
Sometimes on your getaway, you want a little time away from the kiddos. So take them to West Virginia, where they can have just as great a time— separately!
Here’s what the little ones can look forward to on their getaway:
1. Snowshoe Mountain Resort
While you ski and snowboard at Snowshoe Mountain Resort, the kids can enjoy programs for all ages. Pre-Ski School lets the youngest of your family enjoy organized activities, arts & crafts, snow play and the ever-important naptime. Kid’s World, for elementary age children, gives them a chance to ski or snowboard with an instructor, make new friends and participate in outdoor adventures— lunch and hot chocolate included! Snowshoe also has a Kid’s Night Out on the weekends, complete with a pizza party, swimming, arts and crafts, rock wall climbing and Eurobungy in the village!
2. The Greenbrier
White Sulphur Springs, WV
The Greenbrier’s Adventure Zone lets you enjoy the upscale resort’s unrivaled selection of indoor and outdoor activities, while the little ones play. Ranging from puppet shows and story time to mountain biking and culinary demonstration, Adventure Zone programs are broken up by age level and designed to provide personalized, educational fun. The dinner program lets parents enjoy the evening while their kids go bowling, play laser tag, watch a movie or go swimming.
3. ACE Adventure Resort
Led by trained facilitators and customized to suit each child, the ACE Kid’s Camp is the perfect solution for parents who want to raft, rock climb, zipline or embark on their own outdoor journey at the sprawling adventure resort. Activities for the kids include playing at the ACE adventure lake, challenge games, nature scavenger hunts, craft projects and more. Camps can be customized to match your activity schedules.
4. Adventures on the Gorge
Kids Camp at Adventures on the Gorge makes it easy for you to take on some the more extreme activities the resort offers, while the kids enjoy the incredible playground, go on scavenger hunts and hikes, make arts and crafts, and go swimming in the Canyon Falls pool.
5. Stonewall Resort
Stonewall’s Resort Rascals program combines education with exploration. Nature walks, bird watching, fishing, rock wall climbing, and miniature golf are just some of the many activities children can try. For parents looking for some alone time in the evening, Stonewall also has a Kids Night Out from 5-9 p.m., which includes dinner.
6. Glade Springs Resort
Camp Glade at Glade Springs has indoor and outdoor playgrounds, a movie theater and a toddler room. Kids will enjoy arts and crafts, swimming and outdoor games, as well as a featured activity every day (golf, tennis or horseback riding). Camp Glade provides lunch and snacks, and plenty of chances to explore! There’s also a Kid’s Night Out with dinner, swimming, bowling and movies.
Where is your favorite kid-friendly place to have a wild, wonderful adventure?
This post was last updated on July 21, 2020