If your family enjoys cold-weather activities, going to a ski resort can be a great active vacation. Your child can ski or snowboard. Or if he doesn’t want to go downhill, he can try cross-country skiing. Look for a resort with lots of different activities he can try when the novelty of skiing wears off, such as toboggan rides, ice skating or arts and crafts indoors. Whatever vacation you end up choosing, a little preparation can help avoid travel challenges, including sticking to your child’s usual wake time and bedtime. Kids with ADHD do best with a set routine.