With summer on its way out and fall quickly approaching, it’s time to start planning your next trip! And with you being retired, your schedule is much freer than it was. While many people are coming home from vacation and preparing for a new school year, this could be your time to book a trip with a great discount. Are you ready to stretch those travel muscles, but not entirely sure where to head? We’ve got you covered.
Of course, check travel restrictions with both your state and the state you’re traveling to. And, as always, exercise caution to keep both yourself and those around you safe and healthy as well! With that being said, here are a few places for you to consider visiting this fall!
U.S. National Parks
Nothing says American quite like our country’s national parks. From the majestic Grand Canyon in Arizona to Arches National Park in Utah, take some time to pack up the RV and get on the open road! This can give you the opportunity to beat the persistent heat in your state or flee from oncoming cold weather, depending on your temperament.
Asheville, North Carolina
If you’re looking to welcome fall and see the leaves change, look no further than Asheville, North Carolina. Home to shops, breweries, restaurants, and the historic Biltmore Estate, there is plenty to do in this town. You’re getting the best of the great outdoors without having to “rough it” at a campsite!
Walt Disney World
Maybe you could use a little magic in your life this year — Disney Parks is here to meet that need. From rides, to shows, to world-class dining experiences, this could be the trip you need to end this year. There’s never a shortage of things to do around each park and with the school year in full swing, lines won’t be as much of a problem. Additionally, Disney offers a fair few discounts for seniors, so you could book your trip on the cheap as well!
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