It’s summer time, which means your grandkids are out of school and the weather is warm. What better time to take a nice vacation to an exotic locale? Today we’re taking a look at some of the best summer vacation destinations. Are you ready to go for a great trip somewhere new?
Best Summer Vacation Destinations
Yellowstone National Park
Between Old Faithful’s eruptions and the stunning Grand Prismatic Springs, there’s a lot to love about visiting Yellowstone. It might seem weird to go to Yellowstone in the height of its tourist season, but there’s a great reason to hit the park in the summer time. Namely, it’s when you’re going to find the best temperatures, averaging in the 70’s. The mild temperatures make it that much easier to see all the wonderful natural sights!
Bar Harbor, Maine
If you’re looking to get away from the heat of where you live, one place you could make a summer destination is Bar Harbor, Maine. With summer temperatures averaging in the mid-70’s, it’s a far cry from Southern regions of the country this time of year. The region is also near Acadia National Park, making it a great destination for travelers of all ages. If you’re looking to hike, sightsee or just enjoy the cool water, there’s a number of reasons to visit Bar Harbor.
If you’re looking to visit a large city with reasonable daytime temperatures in the summer, Boston is a great destination. Baseball fans can visit Fenway Park to see the Red Sox play, history buffs can take a trip to the Freedom Trail, and lovers of fine food have ample restaurants to visit. In short, there’s a lot of fun big-city attractions in Boston for people looking to dodge the heat and enjoy a nice vacation away from home.