Family Reunion Month

  • Sebasco Harbor Resort in Coastal Maine

    Sebasco Harbor Resort on the coast of Maine is no stranger to family reunions, and a stay here might include experiences like a Sunday morning blueberry pancake breakfast on the lawn, a harbor-side lobster bake, group kayaking trips, scavenger hunts, tennis lessons and fishing trips.

    Photo courtesy of Sebasco Harbor Resort

  • Omni Amelia Island Plantation in Amelia Island, FL

    The newly renovated Omni Amelia Island Plantation offers 3.5 miles of beautiful beach, access to preserved marshlands, a spa, kids camp and three golf courses for you and your family to enjoy together. The staff will even arrange for that perfect full-family gathering experience, whether it be a movie under the stars or a beach bonfire with s'mores.

    Photo courtesy of Omni Amelia Island Plantation

  • Quartz Mountain Lodge in Oklahoma

    Located in the Wichita Mountains of southwestern Oklahoma, about two and a half hours from Oklahoma City, you'll find the Quartz Mountain Lodge. With several cabins and a large bunkhouse, the lodge can easily accommodate groups, and during your stay, your family can bond over golf, hiking, boating or swimming in the nearby lake.

    Photo courtesy of Digital Vision.

  • Grist mill at Dollywood

    RiverStone Resort & Spa in Pigeon Forge, TN

    Pigeon Forge is one of the country's most family friendly destinations, thanks to attractions like Dollyworld, the Titanic Museum and a full lineup of outdoor activities. If you choose to stage your family reunion here, consider a stay at the RiverStone Resort & Spa, where you'll find a pool, lazy river, private hiking trail, game room and a riverside picnic and BBQ area.

    Photo courtesy of Mike Burton

  • Disneyland, Anaheim, CA

    Thanks to the presence of Disneyland Resort, you'll find a huge range of accommodation options both on- and off-property that can handle large groups. Wherever you choose to stay, be sure to plan a family dinner, Disney-style, at Big Thunder Rance. Your family barbeque includes chicken, ribs and plenty of fixings, a few wandering Disney characters and a pro photographer to capture the memories.

    Photo courtesy of Loren Javier

  • Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island, Michigan

    Step back in time for your family reunion at the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island. Group rates include a daily breakfast and five course dinner with views over the Straits of Mackinac. Other activities include carriage rides, golf, biking, swimming and nineteenth century lawn games available throughout the day.

    Photo courtesy of Eric Lanning

  • Lake Crescent Lodge in Olympic National Park, WA

    Leave the cell phones, TVs and tablets at home and instead reconnect with cousins, aunts and uncles at the Lake Crescent Lodge in Olympic National Park. This historic lodge has a history dating back to 1916, with a variety of cabins and room options to suit families of all sizes.

    Photo courtesy of Lake Crescent Lodge

  • Estes Park Center in Estes, CO

    Consistently ranked as one of the best places to host a family reunion in the United States, Estes Park Center in Colorado invites families to come and enjoy the natural beauty of the Colorado Rockies. A variety of cabin sizes, meal plan options and a program staff ready to help plan your itinerary make hosting your reunion here is a breeze.

    Photo courtesy of YMCA of the Rockies Estes Park Center

  • Zero-entry lagoon pool

    Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek in Orlando, FL

    At the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek, your family will enjoy discounted group rates and fun activities, like sushi rolling classes and mixology competitions to see who makes the best cocktail. With a free shuttle to all the Disney World Resort parks, your reunion will be fun and hassle free.

    Photo courtesy of Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek

  • Cruise Ships

    Setting sail on a cruise with your family might just be the most hassle-free reunion you could possibly plan. Pick a ship and an itinerary, and the rest is taken care of, including food and entertainment. Since various cruise lines cater to different ages, interests and budgets, you'll certainly find one perfect for your family.

    Photo courtesy of Robert Neff