Shenandoah Valley Family Friendly Festivals

Looking for Shenandoah Valley family friendly festivals? We’ve got them! From kite flying to apple pie eating, take a look at these festivals for Virginia Kids Trail Fun. 2020 Shenandoah Valley Family Friendly Festivals Festivals are a great way to spend time on the VA Kids Trail. And while heritage and agriculture play a major role in the Valley’s festivals, you’ll also find a few that break the traditional festival mold. We’ve come up with a mix that offers something for everyone. Most are free or low cost. Spring Family Friendly Festivals...

New Year’s Resolutions for the Whole Family

Start 2020 with some family New Year’s resolutions.  Use your children's interests and set goals around action, creativity, heritage and wellness.  And to help you out, we’ve come up with some resolutions based on our Virginia Kids Trail. Family New Year's Resolutions Exercising more, eating better, and spending quality time with the kids are all great family New Year's resolutions. But, how do you put them into motion? The key is to tap into your child’s interests. While adults often think resolutions are hard work, these are literally kid...

Healthy Eating on the Virginia Kids Trail

Raise your Food IQ with healthy eating on the Virginia Kids Trail. Tour family farms, pick your own produce and celebrate the harvest with special events. Visit farmers markets and enjoy locally sourced meals and healthy beverages. Even children’s museums can educate your family on wellness and healthy eating. Healthy Eating on the Virginia Kids Trail Does your child want to know where food comes from? Whether it’s touring a farm or enjoying a healthy meal, the Kids Trail will direct you to wellness stops throughout the Shenandoah Valley and ...

Discover Virginia Kids Trail Heritage

Discover Virginia Kids Trail heritage in the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah Valley. These stops make learning fun for the whole family! Discover Virginia Kids Trail Heritage From Northern Virginia and Harpers Ferry, WV through the Shenandoah Valley and over to Staunton and Charlottesville, you’ll find historical stops on the Virginia Kids Trail.  You can map your route by interest, like US Presidents, or geographically like this blog. Virginia Kids Trail History Northern Virginia: Just east of the ...
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