This journey blends U.S. history, Native American culture and outdoor activity.
Explore Glacier National Park, then travel the Missouri River with your family on 34-foot canoes that replicate those used by the early explorers.
Journey into Blackfeet country and overnight in a tipi. (Don't worry, it's not quite roughing it. The tipis come with a fire pit in the center and off-the-ground cots, sleeping bags and pillows.)
Each trip is limited to 18 travelers with a minimum age set at 5.
Stops along the trip include: the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center, the Museum of the Plains Indians and a traditional Blackfeet feast where families can sample local game, including buffalo and elk.
The trip starts at $3,395 per person.
High Tech Treasure Hunt: Why just sit on the beach relaxing when you can get your kids off on an adventure. The Ojai Valley Inn & Spa in southern California offers children the chance to go on a treasure hunt.
But this isn't just any kind of old treasure hunt. This is geocaching, a kind of high-tech treasure hunting game played throughout the world by adventure seekers equipped with GPS devices. The basic idea is to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, outdoors and then share your experiences online. Geocaching can be enjoyed by people from all age groups, with a strong sense of community and support for the environment.
If this isn't quite right for you, no fears: The resort's children's program offers plenty of different options, including a history hike, bug and crazy critters hunts, arts programs and, of course, tennis and swimming.