Family Fun In The Sun

Let the "camp-cation" begin. Your family can have a great vacation together—and separately—in a hidden gem of a Florida beach town. (NAPS)

(NAPSI)—When vacation time rolls around, many families head to a place that combines the quiet solitude of an undeveloped beachfront with the amenities of a destination spot. The beaches are uncrowded, and just a few miles inland, wilderness adventures await. The kids can have a supervised blast while parents can escape for some much-needed downtime.

Enter Martin County, Florida, a getaway for the entire family. With 22 miles of Atlantic shoreline, this charming hidden gem of the South Florida coast offers activities for the whole family.

What To Do

Let the “camp-cation” begin. This new alternative to travel is a win-win for children and adults. Kids enjoy fun, educational day camps while the adults spend quality time reconnecting. Once reunited, the family gets to explore this Southeast coastal region together—and maybe pick up a few tips from their child’s fun-filled day.

Your trip can include surfing, fishing, horseback riding, farming, sailing, and great shows and concerts in a seaside town known for its beaches, shopping, and culinary offerings.

Learn More

For a look at all you can do in the area and to book your vacation, go to https://discovermartin.com.

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