Best All-Inclusive Family Resorts

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Some of the greatest values for families can be found at all-inclusive resorts, which offer plenty of diversions and schedule flexibility.

Tanque Verde Ranch, Tucson, AZ

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Many parents resist ranches, fearing they'll be too "dudey" to seem like a real vacation. And that's a shame, because you can find ones that offer everything a kid could want in an old-west experience, yet still feel decidedly like a resort. Case in point: Tanque Verde Ranch, smack dab in between Saguaro National Park and the Coronado National Forest. (Read: it's gorgeous.) Horseback riding is a thing, of course, but you'll have plenty of other family-centric diversions, such as fishing on their private lake and birding. The kids' program, for ages 4-12, includes story time with s'mores, horse grooming sessions, and movie nights. While they're living it up, you may just have to choose between tennis, watercolor class, or line-dancing under the stars. Whatever you decide to do, don't leave without trying their blueberry pancakes.

Starting Rates: $550/night for two people, $150 each additional child/adult. Includes:
three daily meals and all activities on the daily schedule, which typically includes options such as horseback riding, mountain biking, fishing, cowboy cookouts, and breakfast rides.

Family Friendly All Inclusive

Best All-Inclusive Family Resorts

Tanque Verde Ranch, Tucson, AZ

Many parents resist ranches, fearing they'll be too "dudey" to seem like a real vacation. And that's a shame, because you can find ones that offer everything a kid could want in an old-west experience, yet still feel decidedly like a resort. Case in point: Tanque Verde Ranch, smack dab in between Saguaro National Park and the Coronado National Forest. (Read: it's gorgeous.) Horseback riding is a thing, of course, but you'll have plenty of other family-centric diversions, such as fishing on their private lake and birding. The kids' program, for ages 4-12, includes story time with s'mores, horse grooming sessions, and movie nights. While they're living it up, you may just have to choose between tennis, watercolor class, or line-dancing under the stars. Whatever you decide to do, don't leave without trying their blueberry pancakes.

Starting Rates: $550/night for two people, $150 each additional child/adult. Includes:
three daily meals and all activities on the daily schedule, which typically includes options such as horseback riding, mountain biking, fishing, cowboy cookouts, and breakfast rides.

© 2012 Graddy Photography
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