We have been able to enjoy several trips to northern Kentucky/Cincinnati area and made some great memories at classic Cincinnati fun spots. But recently I met a lady who is making it even easier to create great family adventures. Adventures Around Cincinnati – A Parent’s Guide to Unique and Memorable Places to Explore with your Kids is a great resource to help plan your summer fun!
Adventures Around Cincinnati Book Giveaway
My husband and I love to take our kids on day trips. We regularly pack a cooler, grab the camera and pack the family in the van with a general idea of where we are going and take off on an adventure. Our kids know that when we head out on our adventures, we will end up making some fun memories and doing something unexpected. Our Facebook friends have come to expect that while some families take one or two big trips a year, we squeeze in as much fun in a 24 hour period as anyone they know.
Adventures Around Cincinnati is a book written by 2 moms who know how to pack adventure into every day. The book is divided into 3 sections. The first section is full of ideas on how to plan adventures with your kids. There are some great tips to making sure your outing is as successful as possible.
I love the tip about making sure you call ahead before you drive to a destination. You never know if plans or hours will change. A simple call can help ensure success.
The second section is a full, detailed list of everything you can imagine in Cincinnati and surrounding areas. Since my parents are just across the river, I plan to go through and highlight the places we all want to visit on our next trip North.
Each adventure destination has contact information, admission fees, hours of operation with basic information and tips.
This is a must have resource for anyone traveling through or to Cincinnati, OH or the surrounding areas.
Visit the Adventures Around Cincinnati Website for more information, photos, stories and ideas.
About the Book
Create memories to last a lifetime! Give your kids the gift of memories by exploring Greater Cincinnati together. This guide contains detailed listings on over 80 places to visit and helps you be intentional about creating adventures and starting new traditions with your family. You will refer to this guide again and again!
In this guide, you will discover:
- Over 80 kid-tested destinations within a 2-hour drive of Cincinnati, including many in Dayton
- Detailed information on every listing including age recommendations, stroller-friendliness, and the length of a typical visit
- Easy-to-read maps
- Practical considerations that moms and dads need to know
- Category table including everything from archeology to trains to hiking
- Many free and low-cost attractions
- Encouragement and tips to start creating family traditions
- Sample summer and year-round itineraries
- Mom-tested advice on how to travel locally with kids of all ages
- The many benefits your family will experience
About the Authors
Laura Hoevener married her husband, John, in 1994. Together they have three children, Daniel (Age 11), Anna (Age 8), and Morgan (Age 1). Laura moved to the Cincinnati area in 1999 after living in Michigan, Indiana and Wisconsin, and now lives in Miami Township in Clermont County. Laura has an engineering degree from the University of Wisconsin and has worked in the manufacturing and utilities industries.
She is currently a professional mom who home schools her kids and is active in her church. She has as much fun finding new things to do and exploring the area as her kids do, and she’s always on the lookout for new and interesting adventures.
Terri Weeks is a mom to Connor (age13), Corinne (age 11), and Camille (age 8) and has been married to her husband, Curtis, for 18 years. Terri is a graduate of Purdue University and worked as a mechanical engineer prior to staying home with her kids. She now teaches part-time.
Originally from Pittsburgh, she has lived in the Cincinnati area a total of 15 years, currently in Miami Township in Clermont County. She loves to travel and explore new places with her kids, both locally and afar, and thinks it’s one of the best parts of parenting. Terri is active in her church, where she started and leads a group called Thriving Moms. She has a passion for encouraging moms.
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