Best 5 Spring Break Destinations in US – Awesome Places to Explore

After a long and gloomy winter, it’s always pleasant to pause and smell the flowers in spring, when an entire world of color opens up, frequently overpowering our senses, maybe our sinuses as well, and reminding us, gently, to appreciate the beauty around us. So perhaps it’s time to explore the best spring break destinations in the US.
Spring’s tremendous hues are a joyous journey for those of us who like road trips, and it doesn’t have to be too far from home to get there. So, to get you out and about, we’ve rounded up a few spring break destinations for you where you can get your fill of wildflowers, birds, and breezes and an effective detox from the winter chill with these springtime getaways. So, it’s time to plan your spring vacation right here.

 

1. Go to Utah National Park

 

If you’re searching for a place to get away from the crowds and reconnect with nature, there’s no better place than a rough spring break destination getaway. Zion National Park is the only one like it!
Spring is an excellent time to visit Zion since the summer hordes haven’t yet descended in full force.
The Narrows, Observation Point, and Angels Landing will all be relatively empty for an incredible sunset trek! Score!
The intense summer heat hasn’t yet set in for the desert, so it’s a great time hiking in Southern Utah, where temperatures are expected to rise into the mid-60s and 70s.

 

2. Trace Coachella Valley, California Back

 

It’s been a few years since the Valley of the Sun’s music festival returned, but the area is still a great spring destination to visit, especially in spring when the flowers bloom and the weather hasn’t yet changed into a dry, triple-digit heat.
For the second year in a row, wildflowers are blooming in the largest park in California, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park. Artist colonies Slab City and the Salton Sea aren’t to be forgotten, as are new “desert rock” bands surrounding Rancho de la Luna, the Queens of the Stone Age recording facility near Joshua Tree. Additionally, the area is also home to Palm Springs and one of the country’s premier resorts.

 

3. Mix Colorful Festival at Holland, Michigan

 

This charming Midwestern treasure is named Holland, likely due to the sense of Dutch city you behold around, and it celebrates the tulip heritage each spring with its Tulip Festival. When the town was resided mainly by Dutch immigrants, the festival was established in 1929 and continues to this day.
A visit to the town’s 250-year-old Dutch windmill is a must. Holland may be a pit stop on your spring road trip or your final destination since it is 30 minutes away from Grand Rapids. A 6-7-hour guided tour of Holland’s most intriguing and historical sights is an option for those with more drive and stamina. Even if you’ve never been to Holland, MI, you’re likely to fall in love with the city.

 

4. Let’s Wander Further: Asheville, North Carolina

 

Those seeking a more culturally-focused vacation in addition to a good time might check out this exciting North Carolina city.
Head to the Blue Ridge Mountains, a great place to go hiking or riding and get a taste of nature. In addition, there are ghost tours and breweries, unlike any other North Carolina location you’ve gone to.

 

5. Texas is Always a Great Idea

 

Spring break in Dallas, Texas, a cultural hotspot, is a must-do activity.
There are many things to see and do in this city, including vibrant nightlife, fascinating historical sites, and delicious restaurants.
While there are several murals and street art across the city, the majority may be seen in the Deep Ellum district.
With that in mind, be sure to bring your camera when you visit Dallas’ murals! Many chances to capture the best photos ever.
Several museums in Dallas keep you engaged throughout your spring break, but you won’t go hungry either, thanks to the city’s diverse culinary culture.
Prepare yourself for a sensory rush no matter how long you spend in Dallas!
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