Book your March Break staycation today
Want to get away with the family for March break (March 13-17), but don’t want to spend an arm and a leg to fly south? Why not plan a family staycation instead.
Here are four family friendly options from Resorts of Ontario, and the first three are right here in KICX Country:
Fern Resort – Orillia
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Fern Resort is a great friendly resort with so much happening for March Break!
It’s also a great resort with great meals provided in your package.
-Maple Syrup Tapping
Bayview Wildwood – Severn Bridge
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Bayview Wildwood is a family resort with so much to keep the kids busy.
You can stay here and everything will be taken care of.
-Outdoor and Indoor sports
Deerhurst Resort – Huntsville
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Winter isn’t over yet at Deerhurst Resort.
Get out and enjoy all of the activities outdoors
After playing outside you can enjoy the indoor pool
Plus they’ve got:
-Giant Indoor PlayZone
-Family Cooking Demos
And if you don’t mind driving a couple hours – how about a trip to the Falls? Niagara Falls isn’t just for Honeymooners. Lots of Families hit the Great Wolf Lodge, but there are other options. Consider this:
Sheraton on the Falls and the Indoor Waterpark – Niagara Falls
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Enjoy the amazing Indoor Waterpark with slides, wave pool, and more at the Sheraton on the Falls
They’ve also got mini putt and arcade.
Plus you can’t go wrong with a walk down to the Falls.
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