PA Offers Myriad Spring Break Travel Choices

Posted on January 28, 2014 by


As the long cold winter starts to dissipate, the fresh air and warm sunshine of spring rolls right around the corner. Along with this fresh degree of happiness comes a much celebrated event in the school year, Spring Break.

A time of laughter and fun, Spring break is a time of enjoyment before the final days of the school year close. But what to do over the course of the break? School is off and there is fun to be had, but home can only offer so much.

Never fear, as there is a wide bounty of places to visit, scenery to explore, and locations to discover during the coming holiday. From lavish resorts to mountaintop villas, there is a vast variety of places to visit.  And many are set up just right so as to not end up breaking the bank either.

If you enjoy a warm environment, sandy beaches, and the sound of the waves crashing along the shore, then you should head on down to Wildwood, New Jersey. A vibrant, town, built up on tourism, the area is filled to the brim with hotels of various stars, fine dining experiences, and family fun around every corner.

Take a luxurious stroll over the beach and behold crystal white sand that will transport you away from the stresses of life. Afterwards, walk down to Wildwood’s famous boardwalk, where games, rides, and food, plus the astonishment of the ocean, give memories that will never be forgotten.

If you prefer a milder climate and wish to explore more of your wild side, head up to the Poconos and experience Pennsylvania’s Mountainous wonderland. With plenty of motels and living areas, plus numerous parks and lakes in the surrounding area, recreation through wildlife and game is boundless.

Be sure to visit many of the family-owned restaurants in the nearby hills, some of which have been around for generations. And don’t forget to visit the many lakes dotting the area; if fishing is your hobby, you won’t be disappointed.

Finally, if you don’t wish to stay overnight in a hotel far away from but instead wish to have a recreational experience within the day, then how about visiting Hawk Mountain, a hiker’s paradise?  Home to thousands of native animals, Hawk Mountain offers people the chance to get back to nature and experience the great outdoors in all its glory. Plus, be on the lookout for camping areas to pitch a tent, roast some marshmallows, and sleep under the stars.

Be sure to also visit Pennsylvania’s famous amusement parks, Dorney Park and Hershey Park, where you and your family and friends can ride rides, play games, and experience fun the whole family can enjoy.

Spring Break is right ahead and should be enjoyed, so go out and have fun.

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