7 Last-Minute Domestic Summer Getaways to Squeeze In
Summer is not over yet! After experiencing quarantines and lockdowns, you’re probably itching to get out and explore. Or maybe you’re still feeling hesitant. As long as you’re respecting safety precautions, you can still have a relaxing staycation this summer, especially if you’re planning a trip near by. After all, the U.S. is full of some of the most gorgeous national parks in the world. And we could all explore our own backyard a bit more.
Looking for some travel inspiration before you book a last-minute summer getaway? Whether it’s camping in the mountains or hitting the pavements of a city — we’ve got some great destinations for you right here. These are all wanderlust worthy places across the U.S. that you can still squeeze in a last-minute trip to. Because you deserve some time off.
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Switch up your summer plans with these charming destinations near you
Acadia National Park, Maine
Visit here for: ocean meets land views
One of the most breathtaking, raw and natural sites, Acadia National Park is one of America’s national treasures on the coast of Maine. If the ocean is calling your name, this is the perfect place to be. There are over 120 miles of scenic hiking trails to choose from, ranging in easy to challenging. And get really close to nature by camping in either Blackwoods Campground or Seawall Campground. This is the perfect last-minute summer getaway for families, couples and even solo travelers near by.
Current travel restrictions: residents of Vermont, New Hampshire, Conneticut, New York and New Jersey can travel to Main and stay in commercial lodging with no quarantine or testing requirement.