Easter Beach Vacation

Easter may be a religious holiday, but the beach is definitely not the most fitting place to spend it. Do you want to know why?When my family realized that spring break was only about two and a half weeks away, we knew what we were doing over our break. My wife and I had decided to continue staying with our usual winter vacation spot. Our son, who just graduated from college, wasn’t going to be in town for Easter weekend this year, so we decided to take advantage of the opportunity to travel somewhere new. We started looking at destinations that were warm and had ocean access.

Having a beach vacation at this time of year is going to be very pleasant and enjoyable for you. At first it was difficult for you to take your mind off of your daily routines and get to do something that you always wanted to do. But now, as you are traveling on the enchanting beaches of Orlando, Florida, it’s easy to remember why this is exactly what you needed to release the stress away.

Easter Beach Vacation

Easter weekend often provides an ample amount of time to steal your family away for a few days — if not beyond a long weekend. If you’re looking to escape on a family-friendly trip this Easter, then look no further than these 10 locales that will ensure that your whole family is entertained and that you leave with some special memories.

Walt Disney World, Epcott, Florida

Happily Ever After Fireworks Show at Walt Disney World


There’s no better time to visit the happiest place on Earth than Easter weekend — which is a peak holiday for the locale. Wow your family with the added magic of holiday-themed parades, arts and crafts, and Easter egg hunts. Bonus: in addition to the pantheon of Disney characters that can be found on the grounds, there’s also the opportunity to have a meet-and-greet with Mr. and Mrs. Bunny.

Boca Raton, Florida

Club and stay for the majorly kid-friendly Easter weekend festivities, which include a Mad Hatter’s Silly Spring Party that comes complete with a bouncey castle, sack races, face painters — the works. But on Sunday the resort also provides a sunrise service and an easter egg hunt that features over 10,000 eggs filled with toys and candy, hidden on the sprawling golf course.

And naturally, there is a brunch to end all brunches.



Washington D.C.

President And Mrs. Trump Host Annual White House Easter Egg Roll


If you head to our nation’s capitol, every year the White House hosts an annual Easter Egg Roll. Attend the festivities with your kids and then swing by some of the nation’s landmarks and, of course, the blooming cherry blossoms.

White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia


Mosey on down to one of the oldest resorts in America, the Greenbrier, and go all out on their festive offerings. Not only are they offering a third night free for stays, but they will also have an Easter display that features 850 pounds of chocolate sculpted into rabbits and eggs.

Activities during the weekend include scheduled dance parties, puppet shows, photo-ops with the Easter Bunny and an egg hunt, of course. But the options for adults are equally amazing, including special wine tastings, art exhibits, trunk shows and cooking demonstrations — even an Easter Egg Hunt just for the grown-ups.



San Diego, California


Book a stay at the famed Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego and not only will you and your family be able to relish in warm weather, but the hotel also has an Easter package that is almost too good to pass up. Attend the Easter champagne brunch buffet (where kids under 5 eat for free), then mosey over to one of the three Easter egg hunts offered on the property, and indulge in a little arts and crafts too.


Breckenridge, Colorado

Keystone Ski area


Who says that you can’t ski in the spring? Hit the bunny slopes in this quaint Colorado village in slightly warmer temps, but killer conditions. The town offers a number of fun Spring Fever festivities for the whole family to get involved with too.

New Paltz, New York

Mohonk Mountain House Along Lake Mohonk


Head upstate to the Mohonk Mountain house — an iconic institution within the tri-state area. The hotel is located just two hours outside of New York City and offers a host of fun activities, including their must-book-in-advance Easter brunch. Bonus: kids eat and stay for free over the holiday weekend.



Chicago, Illinois

Chicago skyline with lake Michigan against clear sky,Illinois


Head to the windy city for a long weekend and hit up a number of family-friendly activities like a visit to Millennium Park and the Art Institute. Then retire back at cozy accommodations at Chicago hospitality institutions such as the Langham Hotel. Bonus: there a number of major Easter egg hunts through out the city that you can register for as well.

New York City

Easter Bonnets On Display At New York's Annual Easter Parade


Take a trip to the big apple and partake in the annual Easter Parade and Bonnet Festival, which has been a New York City tradition since the 1800s. Then, pop on over to a restaurant serving up some Easter Sunday brunch specials too.

Santa Barbara, California

Go glamping on Easter Weekend! Grab your family and head to the Santa Ynez Valley to the El Capitan Canyon luxury camping resort, which will offer a special Easter brunch buffet that weekend, as well as a 3,000-egg hunt capped off by a visit from the Easter Bunny.

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