Disney offers a wide array of resorts to fit every budget and taste, plus surprisingly strong golf, including three championship 18s that were home to the PGA Tour from 1971-2012. Disney’s Oak Trail, a nine-hole, walking-only nature stroll, is a great option for family golf. But at 2,913 yards and with bunkers and water hazards, it’ll test all abilities. We recommend visiting Mickey in the morning, then sneaking in a quick round before dinner. If you have any time left over, you can fill it with camping and fishing, canoeing and kayaking, spa services, swimming pools at 27 facilities, and … well, you get the picture.
Inside the top 10: Virginia is for lovers — and for golf-loving families. The Williamsburg Inn checked in at No. 4 in our rankings; Kingsmill Resort is No. 8. The Inn abuts the two championship courses at Golden Horseshoe, plus the nine-hole, kid-friendly, par-32 Spotswood course. Next door, you can explore the history of Colonial Williamsburg, amid artisans and character interpreters clothed in period dress. Minutes away is Kingsmill, home to two acclaimed 18s, one of them, Pete Dye’s River, which has played host to dozens of PGA and LPGA tour events. Carve out time for Busch Gardens, a 100-acre amusement park with more than 50 rides and attractions.