Free Travel Plans Printable
Use this free travel plans printable to help you stay organized on your next trip! Organize your to-do list and your itinerary, and make sure you don’t forget a thing!
You guys, I’m posting about travel… do you know what that means?! Summer must be right around the corner! Yay!
Granted, we did have snow this weekend here in Pittsburgh, but even so, vacation time will be here before we know it. So I wanted to make sure we could all be prepared and organized with a free travel plans printable — yippee!
There are so many details to keep in mind while traveling that I thought that it would be helpful to have a sheet to store them all!
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Free Travel Printable
This printable is super simple. It has room to list lodging and flight/travel information at the top. Then you can make lists of things you want to do, eat (because clearly food is a priority around here 😉 ) and buy when you’re on your trip.
Finally, there is a schedule at the bottom of the page where you can fill in allllllllll of your daily plans and activities so that you can fit everything in. (For a planner like myself, having everything all time blocked and ready to go makes me giddy!!)
If you’re going to be traveling for more than a week (you lucky duck!), feel free to print more than one sheet and fill in additional information on the second one.
You can snag your free travel plans printable below:
More Printables for Fun and Organized Travel
Now that you’ve got your itinerary and to-do list squared away, we just so happen to have a few more printables to help you get and stay organized on your trip!
Organized Packing List Printable
Packing for a trip involves a lot of details, and we want to make sure we don’t forget anything! Our free printable packing list can help with that.
Our packing list printable has two options– a pre-filled option and a blank option– so you can choose the one that works best for you. Both versions are neatly divided into 6 categorized sections so your packing list stays tidy and easy to navigate.
Grab both versions of the free printable packing list here.
Our Favorite Road Trip Game for Kids
Whenever my boys were very little, I started this simple game with them. They are teenagers now and STILL ask me to do it for every road trip we take!
I print these cute banners and write 5-6 cities that we’ll pass through on the way to our destination. Then I hang them up in the car. Whenever we get to one of the cities, they take down that banner flag, and I have a small gift for them to open.
This keeps gives them something to look forward to at several points along the way. And they can gauge how far along we are on the trip by looking at how many flags are left.
You can snag both a beach version and a mountain version of the printable banners here.
Free Travel Printables from My Creative Blog Friends!
My oh-so-talented blog friends have some cute and creative travel printables for you too! You can snag them below.
- Organized Travel Binder from Angela at Blue i Style– She’s thought of every detail to help you stay organized as you travel!
- The Ultimate Activity Travel Kit from Moms Who Think– This post is packed with fun ideas and adorable printables to help make your next road trip a lot more fun!
- Free Travel Planner from Khaye at Shining Mom– Grab 15 pages of super cute printables to help you get organized for your next trip.
- Kids’ Travel Journal from Lauren at Explorer Mama– Help your kiddos reflect on their trip and write down their favorite memories so they can remember it for years to come.
- Vacation Bingo from Erika at Living Well Mom– Keep the kids occupied by trying to find all of the items from their travel bingo card!
- Road Trip Scavenger Hunt from Carla at Meander & Coast– This game will keep tweens, teens, and even adults busy and will help that long road trip go by faster!
[You can see all of the 65+ free printables that we offer on the blog in our free printables library!]
Travel Printables: Final Thoughts
I hope this post gave you lots of ideas and resources for staying organized and making your next trip a lot more fun! Traveling is such a great opportunity to make new memories with our loved ones, and these cute printables will help make that a little easier. Happy traveling!
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Are you a planner when you go on vacation? Or do you like to just wing it? Tell me in the comments!
Have a wonderful week, friends!
Oh my goodness I need one of these for my daughter’s up coming hospital stay except adapted!!! Brilliant!!
Never would have thunk I would find this so inpsidensable.
I SOOO needed this last week for our Spring Break trip! And I even said to my husband, I should have made a printable, lol! Definitely saving this for our next trip!
I love these! I think it depends on the trip I’m going on. If I’ve invested a lot of money to go someplace really cool, I want to optimize my time and money to get the absolute most out of the trip. I’ll even plan out the route between attractions to minimize the time it takes to get places so there’s time to do MORE! 🙂
I used to wing my trips and packing, but now that we have many more people to pack for and be responsible for it is great to have a printable like yours to use.
That way when you are able to check things off the list you know without a doubt you packed them! This is great for families to use…thank you for sharing!
I love it. Just used the packing list for my current vacation. But I love the planner. I usually plan my days in and Excel sheet but then forget to print it. This is so much cuter and easier! Thanks.
Do you have one for sending a freshman off to college?
Ooh I don’t, but I will add that to my list of suggestions! Hope you have a great week, T!
Yup, that’ll do it. You have my aptpicearion.
Brilliant – we’re heading down to Queenstown, NZ, our old home, for a week in May and with so many people to catch up with and plenty to do (and a rental car for only 2 days) we really need to plan our time carefully. I’ll use the packing list printable too – only I’ll change out the flip-flops for thermals 😉
This is such a great find. The travel plans printable is so useful! Thanks for offering this.
So glad it will be helpful for you, Natalia! Have a wonderful week! <3