From Family-Friendly Yoga Classes to Beacon Treasure Hunts

By: Katherine Pendrill - Feb 12, 2016
From yoga classes that encourage healthy lifestyle habits to beacon treasure hunts that promote critical thinking, there is a noticeable shift in the kinds of activities millennial parents are engaging in with their families.

For many millennials, staying healthy and active is a top priority. As a result, millennial parents are eager to find activities that are more focused on fitness and the outdoors. In terms of travel this include family-friendly ski vacations and international bike tours, while at-home activities consist of all-ages yoga classes and group dance lessons.

Another priority for millennial parents is learning and education because a significant portion of millennials have college degrees. As a result, many next generation family activities feature an educational component. Some examples of educational family activities include all-ages coding workshops, star gazing cruises and beacon treasure hunts.