How to Have a Mystery Road Trip Adventure With Your Kids

Want to discover new places or rediscover forgotten favorites with your kids?

Do you want to get away for a while, but you’re not sure what to do or where to go?

Embark on a mystery road trip adventure with your family.

Let your kids take control… of not the wheel, but the destination. You lead the way and put your kids in charge of which direction you turn during your travels.

In this article I’ll show you how to plan and go on a mystery road trip adventure with your family.

Have a mystery road trip adventure with your family. Kids take control, not of the car, but the destination as they tell you which way to turn on your travels.

Why Go on a Mystery Road Trip Adventure?

Sometimes, a last-minute road trip—destination unknown—is just what you and your kids need as a fun break from all of their scheduled activities.

It’s a great way to discover places in your neighborhood that you can get to via car, bike or foot! Plus, there’s a sense of adventure in not knowing where your road trip will take you.

A mystery road trip adventure is perfect for those days when your family can’t decide what to do next or where to visit, eat or shop. You can do it as a specific activity or as a break while you are out running errands. You can even take a mystery trip when you’re out of town on vacation.

Warning: The mystery road trip adventure is something your kids will want to do again and again. The good news is that it’s a different adventure every time.



3 Road Trip Games to Keep Your Kids Busy During The Ride

Are your kids easily bored in the car?

Does the thought of driving anywhere without fully charged iPads make your blood run cold?

Are you looking for ideas to keep your kids occupied while on the road?

Read on for the solution to the car trip crazies.

In this article, I’ll show you 3 games that your family can play in the car to beat the boredom of a long trip (or even a short one).

Discover 3 road trip games that will provide unique opportunities for you to connect as family and keep active kids occupied.

Let’s be honest, it’s a challenge to keep active kids occupied in the car, even for the most patient among us.

What are we to do?


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