5 Ways to Find Free Family Fun!

Free Family Fun Show ButtonAs a fulltime traveling family, we find no shortage of amazing things to do and fabulous places to visit. What we do have to remember in our quest for the next adventure is to be fully aware of the costs involved in everyday life on the road. Our roadtripping family tries to have a “money-free weekend” once a month or so just to remind ourselves that it doesn’t always take a dollar to make the day special. It’s also a great way to save a few bucks during the monthly budget!

  1. Enjoy a Roadside Attraction.  Have you taken a stroll down the Hatfield/McCoy Feudin’ Trail or taken a family photo with the world’s largest ball of paint? Go to RoadsideAmerica.com for literally thousands of locations across America that you can plan the most bizarre road trip ever!
  2. Visit the Local Library. We can’t stress enough how much of an awesome roadschool resource the public library is! Many programs and opportunities can be found right at your fingertips by entering your current location at this government site or scrolling through the listing by state at PublicLibraries.com.
  3. Go for a soak. Imagine a soak in a hot springs or a jump into a swimming hole. While swimming in natural places can often be dangerous, caution and common sense can reduce the risk. Find the perfect place to get wet at SwimmingHoles.org.
  4. Take a mystery field trip. Click on Family Day Out to map out the roadtrip to fun. Thousands of family friend locations are listed across the USA so that family fun can be found in any area.
  5. Hunt for treasure. No matter what your booty, be it gold, gems, minerals, fossils, or rocks, a search site is easy to locate at 42Explore.com! Rockhound anywhere in the country for a whole lot of free family fun.

To learn more ways to find free family fun, tune into the August 9th episode of Roadschool Moms over at iTunes!

Roadschool Moms is a live, one-hour weekly broadcast dedicated to the needs and challenges facing today’s roadschool moms. Kimberly Travaglino, of Fulltime Families, and Mary Beth Goff, the Road Trip Teacher, team up every week to offer listeners a fresh take on homeschooling while traveling full time, working in current events and featuring a mix of expert guests.

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