Wondering what to do with yourself on that upcoming 3 day weekend? It’s time for a mini vacation! Long weekend getaways are a great way to have a bit of an escape without putting a big dent in your budget. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a family vacation, New Jersey offers couples and families a range of options.
How to Plan Mini Vacations
A 3 day weekend allows you to have a little adventure without having to take any time off work! If you’re thinking about staying in New Jersey for your long weekend getaways, you’ve got the right idea. Why? There are plenty of things to do that deliver a balance of excitement and budget-friendly experiences. When you’re about to head out on your trip, keep the following tips in mind.
To get the most out of mini vacations, you need to cut down the travel time. If you’re planning on driving, the Jersey Shore offers tons of possibilities. Places like Jackson, Wildwood, Long Branch and more offer a painless drive, plenty of great hotels, and the opportunity to park your car once and enjoy everything the town has to offer. Plus, if you’re traveling with the elderly or small children, many shore towns accommodate wheelchairs and strollers comfortably with most of the attractions located in a central location. You’ll have the peace of mind of knowing children will be in safe, supervised play, and senior citizens can enjoy accessible and enjoyable seating areas to relax in.
Take advantage of the water
Living in New Jersey, we have the luxury of having easy access to the ocean. Short cruises are a great way to kick back and enjoy the sights, while enjoying multiple attractions. Weekend cruises are also a great opportunity to experience the joy of cruising for those who have never experienced it before. You’ll enjoy wonderful offerings, including onboard activities, relaxing in the spa, exciting nightlife as well as casual and gourmet dining.
If you’re not busy setting sail on short cruises, you’ll find plenty of yearly wine events to check out all around New Jersey. And even if there are no planned events, many of the historic wineries are located on beautiful vineyards with hotel accommodations and restaurants that make for enjoy long weekend getaways.
Consider a staycation
Not everyone has a huge budget to spend on longer vacations, but anyone can appreciate some savings with mini vacations by staying close home. Whether you live on the grounds of a golf and country club, or near shopping outlets, museums or other cultural places, make the most of your 3 day weekend by planning some activities close to home that you never tried before. If you need some extra inspiration, check out tourism websites to find fun places or attractions that you haven’t visited before. To find them, just type in your state/ county/ city and “tourism,” and tons of seasonal travel ideas instantly appear right at before your eyes.
The best part of a 3 day weekend is getting to spend time with your loved ones. So, no matter where you choose to go or what you find to do, remember to make the most of these mini vacations. You only have so many to enjoy throughout the year!