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Creating Family Traditions
Choosing a rental home in the Traverse City or Leelanau area of northern Michigan is ideal for an annual family vacation. Whether you’re looking for a Victorian home in the heart of town or a quiet cabin nestled in the woods, you’ll be spoiled by the choices of vacation rental homes in the area.
Family vacations are special. They are often the only time of year where the focus is entirely on “family time”. They should be something to look forward to every year. Reserving a vacation rental home for your annual vacation will ensure your family has the space and comfort to enjoy the time together.
To make your vacation extra special, why not incorporate traditions into your time away? It’s likely you will look forward to visiting the area even more, knowing that the trip involves that special family tradition. For example, you can take your summer vacation at the same time every year to coincide with Traverse City’s National Cherry Festival in July, and take your winter vacation in February to coincide with their winter Wow! Fest. Attending these impressive festivals every year will create a family tradition that will keep the kids eager to join the family vacation long after they’ve grown up.
If busy events and festivals are not for you, choose another reason for your annual vacation. Perhaps there’s one month of the year which hosts a number of celebrations for your family, be it birthdays or anniversaries. If so, make it a tradition to celebrate at a Traverse City vacation rental home. If the birthday person enjoys cycling, why not rent some bikes for a small fee and enjoy the beautiful cycle trails the area has to offer. Afterwards, relax with a family meal at your favorite local restaurant. If the food is good, it will be easy to make it a tradition to return for the same occasion every year!
Creating family traditions around your vacation at a rental home in Leelanau or Traverse City doesn’t need to involve festivals or grand adventures. Create intimate and personal traditions for your family. Perhaps you could start a tradition of flying a kite down by the lake every morning before breakfast or playing a game of charades after dinner. Perhaps the tradition could be that whichever family member finishes their meal first gets to decide the post dinner entertainment. These fun family traditions are what make the best memories. These are the traditions which last a lifetime and beyond, as they are sure to be passed on to future generations.