But there is more to Smuggs than just skiing. It also offers snowboarding, snowshoeing, dogsledding, airboarding, snowmobiling, skating and tubing.
During the warmer months, children ages 3 to 17 can participate in summer camp, where they may take swimming lessons, go hiking, biking, paddle, join in theater and music projects, and do arts and crafts.
The resort's supervised child care center, Treasures, is open daily to children from six weeks to three years old. With almost 10,000 square feet of total space, indoors and out, the kids will be entertained with singing, arts and crafts, a ball pit and story time.
No. 10 -- California: Hotel del Coronado
Moms and dads visiting San Diego will love the Hotel Del Coronado's children's facility, Kidtopia.
The program offers three-hour camps and one-hour programs for children ages 4 to 12, with plenty of fun indoor and outdoor activities. There is a beach-themed room where kids can put on stage performances, a cool funhouse mirror and entertainment stations with computers.
But what's a visit to San Diego without hitting the surf? Perhaps the best feature of the program is the surfing lessons, which are available for kids ages 6 and older three days a week. The resort will provide the equipment, wet suit and lesson for a fee of $90.
The resort also has a space dedicated to teens ages 13 to 17. VIBZ, a hip lounge, has computers, karaoke and foosball tables.
Teens ages 13 and up also can visit the spa for special massages and facials.
Summertime activities for the whole family include dive-in movie nights, surf camps and family s'mores night.
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