It can be hard to choose a place for a family trip. You want to consider cost, as well as the interests of every one of your family members. There are some destinations not suitable for children, but there are still others that will sweep the whole gang off their feet.

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We have compiled a list of family-friendly locations where you and your loved ones can take a road trip. Flying can be expensive, but a road trip to a fun and new location is always a blast and budget-friendly. Keep reading to learn about ten family vacation spots for a road trip!

10 10. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky

Mammoth cave is a beautiful place to travel with your loved ones for multiple reasons. The first is that it is not every day you have the chance to explore caves on a guided tour. Your children can learn about stalagmites and stalactites, as well as the wildlife some of them hold.

You can also go for a hike or head over to Chaney's Dairy Farm for a low-cost lunch and a hayride. If your kids are over seven years old then the Corvette Factory Tour is also a good sight to see, as all of you learn exactly how these cars are made.

9 9. Olympic National Park, Washington

If you would prefer your family has more of a nature-centered adventure, then you should travel to the Olympic National Park in Washington. This park has plenty of fun and educational experiences like visiting tidal pools by the coast or hiking the less challenging trails.

The visitor centers are also equipped with discovery backpacks that come with binoculars and worksheets filled with games to make hiking their new favorite activity. If you have had enough of nature, then a trip to Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort might be just what the doctor ordered.

8 8. Dripping Springs, Texas

Dripping Springs has something for everyone and is the perfect place to take your family on vacation. The reason many people take a trip here is to experience the Hamilton Pool Preserve, which is a natural swimming hole in Texas.

You do have to make reservations beforehand, but even if you don't, you can still visit the stone beach at Reimers Ranch Park. Families can also head back into the city for some illusionist fun at the Magic's Theater, which is perfect for all ages. The Austin Zoo is a short drive away so they can see exotic animals from all over the world.

7 7. Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

This destination is the perfect place to take your kids to experience the beauty of the Smoky Mountains. There are hiking trails, as well as guided horse tours, but the city also holds its own special brand of family activities.

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You can take a ride to Ripley's Aquarium where your child can enjoy different species of fish, or you could spend a day in Dollywood. This amusement park is great as all ages can find something to do, including toddlers, and the shows will keep anyone entertained.

6 6. Anchorage, Alaska

Alaska may seem like a cold and desolate place to go, but it is full of natural wildlife and sights you and your kids won't ever forget. You can take a hike along one of the many trails nearby, or even schedule a specialty tour to see whales or go ziplining. There are plenty of museums for you and your family and the exhibits in them are nothing short of extraordinary.

You could give your kids a cultural experience at the Alaskan Native Heritage Center or visit The Imaginarium Discovery Center for some hands-on fun. If you happen to travel here in march you can witness the infamous Iditarod, where only those with the best team of sled dogs win.

5 5. The Black Hills of South Dakota

The Black Hills are home to the Mount Rushmore National Memorial, which should be on everyone's bucket list. This is also a mountain range, so you can be sure there are plenty of hiking trails if your family prefers an active lifestyle.

There is plenty to do in the surrounding area as well like Rushmore Tramway Adventures, which has ziplining and slides. If your kid has a thing for turtles or snakes, then a visit to the Reptile Garden should be at the top of your list, where your child can meet a baby gator named Fluffy.

4 4. Seligman, Arizona

This town in Arizona is one of the stops along Route 66 that every family should see. This town is known as the birthplace of Route 66, so you can be certain it holds a lot of history. Your family should take a tour of the Return to the 50's Museum to learn all there is to know about this roadway's past.

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A family favorite is always the Roadkill Cafe where your kids will have fun ordering deer delectables or a swirl of squirrel. You can even stay in the Grand Canyon Caverns Inn, where you and your family will spend a night 220 feet underground.

3 3. The Outer Banks, North Carolina

This city is full of fun meant to entertain the entire family. There are plenty of beaches for swimming, kayaking, or even kiteboarding. Roanoke Island Festival Park is nearby and here you can explore a replica of one of the settlers first ships, as well as an American Indian town.

Your kids will love the experience, and it will be educational for them at the same time as they learn more about America's history. There is also an aquarium to explore and they can become Junior Rangers at the Wright Brother's National Memorial by completing a short program.

2 2. Jackson Hole, Wyoming

This will take you and your family on an adventure they will never forget, especially with the numerous activities available to occupy your time. You can take your kids to a rodeo, or hike along some trails.

They also offer plenty of outdoor activities geared toward older children like zipline tours, high ropes courses, rock climbing, and white water rafting. There is also a rocky outcropping apart from the Phelp's Lake Trail where people of all ages take the 20-foot plunge into the water below.

1 1. The Grand Canyon, Arizona

The Grand Canyon is the perfect place for you to go with your loved ones. The south rim keeps you close enough to society, while still immersing you into the natural beauty surrounding you.

The Rim Trail is perfect for hiking with little ones, but it can be biked as well if you prefer a speedier mode of transportation. You will also be close to the Grand Canyon Village so you always have access to supplies, as well as good food and shopping.

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