We are all hopeful for an end to the civil virus and a reopening of the world. A vaccine has been developed and we’re waiting for things to go back to the way they once were. However, the chances are this flu like virus will mutate once again and cause lasting issues with mobility and health. It might be time to embrace the new normal and design a staycation this summer that won’t let you down.
The state of Maine was one of the original states to be settled by the country’s founding fathers and it remains one of the best loved states for its history, culture, and outstanding natural beauty. It is not only the place of Stephen King’s iconic heroes and tall tales.
Maine is a coastal state and as such has access to some tremendous beaches. These make excellent staycation getaways. But that’s not all. Further inland you will find forests, lakes, mountains, and rivers all with something to offer.
If you know you want a staycation this year for you and your family but you aren’t quite sure about where to go and what to do, you could do a lot worse than heading for New Hampshire. The reason is it simply has so much on offer.
New Hampshire is not only easy to get to by road, it has plenty of natural beauty for sightseeing and activities. Stay safe and free from the contagious cities by holding out in the forest cabins or hiking on the mountainside. You’ll be glad you visited somewhere local this summer.
Not many people know about the joys of Pigeon Forge which is why we’ve included it on this list. Pigeon Forge is an iconic mountain in the state of Tennessee which is known for its outstanding beauty, wildlife, cabins and hiking trails.
Take your RV for a trip to the mountain this summer. You can buy pigeon forge tickets that will grant you access to a range of activities on the mountainside perfect for couples and kids big and small. Don’t miss out on the chance to create some top staycation memories at Pigeon Forge.
Do you have a family, an RV and a lack of ideas about how to spend the summer this year? Or maybe you are a digital nomad looking for a new direction this vacation season – in either case the state of Vermont could be your answer.
Vermont is the perfect combination of natural environment and modern infrastructure. You can head off into the wilderness in Vermont and visit lakes or climb mountains, then return to an urban settlement for your creature comforts. This is the perfect place to spend a few weeks or months.
This summer the pandemic is likely to be still ongoing, even if many of the restrictions are lifted. Although you are told it’s safe to travel and mix again, and a vaccine has been rolled out the chances are the virus will have mutated again and will still be on the loose.
Avoid major cities if you can and head to New York state instead. New York state is that part of America you just don’t want to miss. Incredible forests, lakes, mountains and rivers this is cowboy country like you know it from the movies.
Which of this options sounds the most appealing to you?