Everyone looks forward to his or her annual family holiday, but sometimes you may be stuck in a rut, just visiting the same old places each year. We have put together a list of seven places to go on holiday that you might consider for your next holiday.
Smoky Mountains National Park
Great Smoky Mountain National park, in North Carolina and Tennessee. Strange and haunting, these mountains are the place to find many species of wild animals such as wild turkeys, deer, quail, black bear and ruffed grouse to name a few. Come in the peak season of July and August; you will see that traffic would be slow. Winter temperatures can vary from reasonably cold to extremely cold. There are many tracks for discovering and camping locations, and you can fish, bike, ski, or go riding.
Historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Historic Gettysburg, Florida is the most popular Civil War, and where President Lincoln subsequently delivered a 2-minute speech. Summer season and weekend are peak time for this well-known travel location. If you want to see in the off-peak time, crowds of people should thin out after Work Day. Explore the Gettysburg National Military Park with a holiday in the Pennsylvania Dutch country.
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Cape Cod, Massachusetts, an unevenly wonderful shore with farms and towns dating from Northeastern times. Many visitors to the Cape prefer to appreciate one of the many delightful bed-and-breakfast resorts. You will want to see Cape Cod National Seashore, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, and perhaps the Cape Cod Art Gallery of Natural History. Dining is wonderful if you like to fish, as you will choose numerous types of fresh fish.
Orlando, Florida, the place to find Disney the world. You will also find Islands of Adventure, Sea World, Universal Studios, and many water recreational areas to appreciate. There is also a lot more to Holiday besides other areas including numerous springs, lakes, museums, and historical locations.
Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona
The Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona is simply awe-inspiring and most definitely a fun place to see. Keep in mind that this is quite a well-known location so make your bookings in advance. Do not wait until the last moment, especially if you want to do some of the interesting activities such as one of the mule trips. Keep in mind that the South Rim is starting year long but the South Rim is only starting from around May to October.
North Carolina’s Outer Banks
North Carolina’s Outer Banks comprise a series of barrier islands, which are linked by ferries and bridges. This region is well-known for its spectacular seashores. Weather on the Outer Banks is relatively light over the whole year. You may have some off-season rates Sept to May, so take advantage and enjoy this attractive place.
The Maine Coast
You will discover hard-packed pristine seashores, beach bungalows, resorts, and beach front restaurants. Kennebunkport is a classic old New England port town of lusciously green grass, stately white clapboard houses, and delightful rambling Victorian summer homes. Then you will find the shopping Paradise of Freeport. Come early July and Aug are the most peak months, but the best time to go is after Labor Day.