Labor Day Vacations: Summer’s Last Hurrah!

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It’s hard to believe Labor Day will be upon us in just a few short weeks. Summer is officially more than half over. The best way to combat the depression of summer’s end is to start planning an amazing Labor Day weekend getaway.

Here are some great suggestions that are a bit off the beaten path or may not be a crowded or popular as some other options. A great way to unwind and gear up for Fall.

Let us know which one is your favorite!

Happy travels!

Saratoga Springs — New York

Key West — Florida

Montreal — Canada

Yosemite National Park — California

Seaside Heights — New Jersey

Las Vegas — Nevada

Washington, D.C.

Riviera Maya — Mexico

Vail — Colorado

Poconos — Pennsylvania

Nassau — Bahamas

Depoe Bay — Oregon

Portsmouth — New Hampshire

Red Mountain Resort — Utah

Santa Cruz, California

White Sands, New Mexico

Canyonlands National Park, Utah

Portland, Maine 

Seattle, Washington

Columbus, Ohio

Don’t Forget Your Emergency Medical Plan

In addition to finding the perfect Labor Day vacation, we encourage you to ensure you will be properly taken care of in the event of an injury or illness. For less than the cost of a place ticket, your whole family can be covered for a year. You will be medically airlifted home to be treated by your own doctors in the event of an emergency.

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