1. Know your weather
Depending on where you are going, Spring weather can fluctuate. A lot of warm weather locations can experience a rainy season in Spring, and that can put a damper on your plans depending on how you want to spend your time.
2. Free is good
No matter how frugal you are, a vacation with your family can be pricey. You have to sleep somewhere, you have to eat, and you have to get there. Those expenses cannot be avoided, but you can cut costs in other ways without cutting fun.
3. Spring is special somewhere
If you are going to travel in the spring, then consider vacationing in a place that has something special that happens in Spring only. For example, Washington DC is gorgeous in the spring when all the cherry trees, and this is thousands of cherry trees, are in full, glorious bloom.
4. Wait until the last minute
It may seem counter-productive to plan a vacation at the last minute, but that is not true. Naturally, you can do your research ahead of time, but if you wait until the last minute, you are most likely to find some fantastic deals on hotels and cabin rentals.
5. Spring has sprung
Just like spring itself, a spring vacation is bursting with possibilities, wonder, and beauty. There is no better time to reconnect with the sunshine, reconnect with your family, and reconnect with yourself.