Imagine this scenario: excited to begin your vacation, you head out on the open road with sunglasses in hand, a full tank of gas and GPS set to find the quickest route to your destination. Then, you glance at your teenage kids in the backseat. Memories rush back from previous road trips loaded with whining, bickering, hand-held games and headphones that made your travels seem a little less than family-friendly. Luckily, you prepared in advance this time, packing three road trip games that will help your teens unplug, join in the fun, and maybe even learn something along the way:.
Last month we wrapped up our epic summer family road trip through Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks with two adults and three kids ages 12 through This was stunning country, and we hit all the high points we could manage in three days for the two parks, logging more than 1, miles total. At one point we took a shuttle boat across Jenny Lake in the Grand Tetons, and a short, guided hike up a mountain to see a secluded waterfall. The scenery took my breath away, but something else also caught my attention. Along for the hike was a family with three little girls.
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This story may include affiliate links for which we receive a small commission at no extra cost to consumers. Usually my Disney-loving family flies to sunny Florida every other year to visit Mickey Mouse. This summer, however, I will be driving with my wife and two teenagers from central New Jersey to Orlando.