Most Affordable Family Vacation Spots in the US

Family travel can be overwhelming, both planning-wise and budget-wise. However, it doesn’t mean that you need to spend thousands of pounds or plan months ahead for a family holiday to push through.

In case you’ve been mulling on taking a trip somewhere, here are just some of the favourite and affordable destinations the whole family will surely enjoy:

Yellowstone National Park

“Spread across nearly 3,500 square miles and home to some 60 animal species and almost half of the world’s geysers, visitors could explore Yellowstone National Park for weeks and not see everything in the country’s first national park,” CNN wrote. The Yellowstone National Park has been chosen as the Top US Spot for Family Fun last March. “Parents seem to agree the park in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming is a don’t-miss spot in the United States,” CNN said.

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona landed fourth in the aforementioned list of CNN according to a survey by FamilyFun Magazine. Your flight to Arizona will arrive at one of the lovely desert cities like Phoenix or Tucson and from there you can visit the magnificent Grand Canyon above Flagstaff, one of the true wonders of the natural world. With magnificent sights and overwhelming aura, the canyon is truly awe-inspiring. However, its worldwide popularity does not affect its affordability. Arizona’s natural gem allows families to explore an amazing natural wonder at a very low price.

Myrtle Beach

Included in Fox News’ 10 affordable last-minute summer vacations, South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach is a haven for families who are time-constrained but still want to take that short trip to take a plunge. “Myrtle Beach’s miles of sand, wildly popular boardwalk, charter fishing expeditions, and Ripley’s Aquarium (where you can get nose-to-nose with sharks) will keep you busy while the sun shines, and its world-class eateries roll out an irresistible southern-style welcome with local micro-brews, seafood buffets, and oceanfront tables,” Fox News said.