Vacationing may look a little different now, but future destinations
are closer than you think
According to AAA, travelers are itching to get back on vacation and are already planning future trips, with many gravitating toward road-tripping. Budget-friendly and a good alternative to avoid the crowds, the great American road trip is a perfect solution for those looking for a little R&R. Here are a few destinations by region to get you started.
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In the Low Country region of South Carolina, Hilton Head is known for being environmentally conscious and family-friendly. In the off-season, October through March, the island turns into South Carolina’s best-kept secret. Since the weather sweetens to a cool 60 to 70 degrees, kids and pets alike can frolic on the beach all day, and you can still dine alfresco without long wait times.
Carolina Low Country
Covering more than 2,400 square miles, northeastern Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains offer family fun any time of year. Autumn brings vivid colors to the area’s maple, oak, and dogwood trees, along with crisp days for visiting a museum or historic home. Winter means snow, and for vacationers in the Pocono Mountains, that means skiing, snowboarding, and snow-tubing.
Uniquely its own, the Wisconsin Dells is known for more than its famous waterparks. During the winter, the scenery is covered in a blanket of snow and offers plenty of cold-weather activities. From skiing and tubing to relaxing time spent at the spa, there is an activity for every family member.
The Wisconsin Dells
Sedona is a hallmark region of the American Southwest. It’s often referred to as Red Rock Country, which you’ll understand as soon as you catch sight of the auburn-hued mesas, towering rocky cliffs, and wide desert that seemingly stretches to infinity. There are tons of hiking trails that lead to scenic lookouts of the area’s singular red-rock formations or rent a 4x4 and explore the backcountry.
Perfect for nature lovers and hikers alike. The Olympic Peninsula features a diverse ecosystem ranging from the frigid heights of Mt. Olympus to rain forest trails and Pacific coastline. Plan a day of skiing and tubing, or take a hike through the Hoh Rainforest. Winter is the perfect time to explore the natural beauty of this area with fewer visitors.
Olympic Peninsula, Washington