Have you had it with week after week of humidity? Perhaps it's time to park your car at the Orlando airport and hop on a plane. Here are a few great travel destinations you should consider when planning a weekend of Labor Day fun.
Denver. Few cities present so strong a contrast with sunny, humid Orlando as rocky, often snowy Denver. The Mile High City is filled with activity over Labor Day Weekend, from concerts and waterslides to a free day at the art museum, as well as a rollicking four-day outdoor festival. More than 25 million people have walked over the nearby Royal Gorge Bridge—one of the highest bridges in the world—and marveled at the incredible view; isn't it time you followed in their footsteps?
Las Vegas. While many tourists tend to think of Nevada's most well-known city exclusively in terms of gambling, the town has a lot to offer beyond its famous Strip. Its hotels are affordable, and the city features a wealth of restaurants and family-friendly attractions. Las Vegas is also surrounded by gorgeous desert scenery; you can hike or bike the trails at nearby Red Rock Canyon, or just marvel at the natural splendor around you.
New Jersey. If you want to stay closer to home, New Jersey features street fairs and parades, along with a wine and food festival that includes activities for kids. Want to give your kids a taste of the music of America's past? Woodstown, N.J., is set to present its 40th annual bluegrass festival.
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