Still haven’t made Spring Break plans? Don’t fret. With these affordable destinations, you can be on the beach or in the tasting room (or both?) the day school gets out! We compiled a list of some of our favorite spots for any occasion, and whether you prefer to explore a national park or lounge on a beach, we have some great ideas for planning your travels.
The Heat Seeker
It’s time to defrost after being inside all winter—who can resist a warm vacation to start spring off right?
- If water activities and picturesque locations are your thing, why not head to San Diego for a mecca of fun? Be adventurous – sign up for a surf lesson or take a trip to Coronado.
- If you’re looking to spend a week relaxing in the sun, take a look at Miami. Known for its beaches and amazing weather, Miami is the perfect location to visit. While you’re there, make sure to check out the Art Deco District and explore Miami’s oldest neighborhood, Coconut Grove.
- If hitting the golf course and lounging by a pool is more your style, try out Scottsdale. Take a break from the sun and visit some of the city’s award-winning museums including Taliesin West and The Heard.
The Family Man
For vacationers travelling with children, why not explore some of the most beautiful parts of the U.S.? Take an unconventional trip to one of the national parks and sightsee. Some of our favorite parks include:
- A paradise for hikers, Zion National Park has been recognized as one of the most beautiful spots in the U.S. Kids are bound to love travelling through the maze of red sandstone cliffs.
- As one of the largest U.S. national parks, Yellowstone National Park offers a great diversity of activities for the whole family including hiking, camping, fishing, and horseback riding…there is definitely no shortage of fun at this iconic spot.
- Set within California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range, Yosemite National Park offers gorgeous views and is internationally recognized for granite cliffs. Don’t miss Half Dome and El Capitan, as well as the massive sequoia trees and waterfalls.
Spend time in wine country sampling your favorite wines and enjoying the variety of activities these majestic spots have to offer.
- Pair your wine tasting with some outdoor exploring in Sonoma.
- Enjoy the freedom of Washington Wine Country; choose from any three of its award winning regions: Yakima Valley, Tri-Cities or Walla Walla Valley.
- Finger Lakes Wine Country offers more than just wine tasting. Watkins Glen and Ithaca visitors can enjoy the Seneca Lake Wine Trail, or pack a picnic and explore the Ithaca waterfalls.