Whether you’re looking to do something special for someone special, or just want to use Valentine’s Day as an excuse to get out of the house during this back half of winter, we have a few destinations in mind that would make for a perfect holiday weekend.
Bar Harbor, ME Not all island getaways, are surf, sand, and palm trees. The extremely Instagrammable Bar Harbor is an island town in our most northeastern state, is surrounded by the majestic Acadia National Park, and boasts plenty of shops, eateries, and other attractions. Obviously keep an eye on the weather situation. Extreme winter storms can close down what’s available to see and do. —> Explore Bar Harbor
Telluride, CO In the latest blog from our sibling brand American Coach, they’re encouraging their readers to visit Telluride, CO for the Valentine’s Day holiday, and we couldn’t agree more. This charming destination is surrounded by snow-covered mountains—a dream come true for the couple that skis and snowboards together. And when you’re done being active, wander the very walkable streets and enjoy a cozy jackpot of shops, bars, and restaurants. → Explore Telluride
Amelia Island, FL If you want a warm weather escape without all the tourist-trap offerings of more popular locales, allow us to introduce you to Amelia Island. This place could be the setting for the most romantic scene of every love story currently streaming on Netflix. Clear skies, wide open spaces, and breathtaking views make it hard to resist, and the promise of uncrowded beaches is the icing on the cake. It’s everything you want from a vacation location for you and your special someone. —> Explore Amelia Island
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