In the United States, Labor Day is widely known as the unofficial end of summer. Schools are starting their fall semesters, temperatures are cooling down and travelers are taking their last vacations before the winter holidays. Where you choose to vacation this Labor Day weekend will likely depend on what you and your family seek in a vacation, from bustling cities to nature retreats to beautiful beaches. If you’re still not sure where to vacation, check out these top 3 Labor Day destinations and get to planning:
For the City Lover: Orlando, Fla.
From the adults to the grandkids, Orlando is a classic vacation destination full of activities that the entire family can enjoy. This central Florida city boasts some of the most thrilling theme parks in the United States, like Walt Disney World, Universal Parks & Resorts, SeaWorld Orlando and many more. But, if amusement parks aren’t your cup of tea, you can still relish in tons of other entertainment, shopping and outdoor excursions that Orlando has to offer. Experience America’s rich artistic history in the Orlando Museum of Art, go on a shopping spree at The Mall of Millenia or The Florida Mall or even take your adventures to the Atlantic Ocean with a dolphin tour. We can feel the sunshine just thinking about it!
For the Outdoor Enthusiast: Redwood National Park, Calif.
The tallest trees on the planet call Redwood National Park “home,” attracting nature-loving tourists from all around the world. In fact, the tallest tree on Earth, aptly named Hyperion after the Greek Titan, is located in Redwood National Park. It has grown to stand over 379 feet tall in its roughly 600-year lifespan. In addition to seeing the towering coast redwoods, Labor Day weekend visitors can also take advantage of scenic drives, hiking, bicycling, kayaking, horseback riding, searching tidepools for marine life and much more.
For the Beach Bum: Charleston, S.C.
Charleston, South Carolina’s largest (and oldest) city, is known for its traditional southern charm, fragrant jasmine blossoms and — most importantly — its nearby beaches! Look no further than Folly Beach this Labor Day weekend if your idea of the perfect vacation involves relaxing in the sand with a good book or hitting the waves. And, when the sun starts to set, you’ll be close to all the nightlife Charleston has to offer since Folly Beach is only about a 30-minute drive from downtown.
Regardless of the destination you choose this Labor Day weekend, remember to be safe and travel comfortably and worry-free of leakage by packing all your Wearever incontinence products. Happy travels!