Late Summer Vacations That Won’t Break The Bank

As the summer winds down, you may be feeling like it is too late to head out on a late summer vacation. What if all the hotels are booked, everything is too expensive, or there is nothing within driving distance?

On top of that, gas prices are at an all-time high without any relief in sight, and inflation is making flights and hotels much more expensive. But there are still some late summer deals to be found if you look in the right place!

Walk the campus of Yale, visit the Long Wharf Theatre, explore one of the many art museums, or enjoy a leisurely stroll through one of the many parks.

If You Live in New England, Visit New Haven, Connecticut

If You Live in New York City, Visit The Adirondack

The Adirondacks offer hiking, biking, camping, and the perfect place to enjoy the great outdoors. With over six million acres of land to explore, you'll never run out of things to do.

Harpers Ferry is a great place to visit if you're looking for some history and outdoor adventure all in one. There is camping nearby and a few hotels in Harpers Ferry itself.

If You Live in The Mid-Atlantic, Visit Harpers Ferry, West Virginia

If You Live in The South, Visit Nashville, Tennessee

To keep your costs down while in Nashville, take advantage of all the free attractions, like touring the State Capitol building or visiting one of the many free museums.

Take a walk or bike through one of the many parks, enjoy the views from the Stone Arch Bridge, or visit one of Minneapolis' many museums.

If You Live in The Midwest, Visit Minneapolis, Minnesota

Lake Coeur D'Alene offers many activities like swimming, boating, and fishing. And if you want to explore more of the area, there are plenty of hiking and biking trails to enjoy.

If You Live in The Northwest, Visit Coeur D'Alene, Idaho

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