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Quarantine Vacation Destinations by State Pt. 2

Quarantine Vacation Destinations by State Pt. 2


26.Lake McDonald in West Glacier, Montana

While the visitor center and bookstore here are closed until further notice, this is one of the most beautiful destination Montana locals and non-locals could possibly vacation to for some fresh air and nature once travel bans are lifted.

27.Toadstool Geological Park in Crawford, Nebraska

Following current CDC guidelines, there is still fresh air to be enjoyed at the fascinating location in Nebraska. If you’re a local, this is a great idea to cure your cabin fever.

28.Pyramid Lake in Reno, Nevada

So…Vegas is clearly out of the question right now! But if you’re not about that life, we have something better! While it was recently announced that all lake activities have been closed until further notice, Pyramid Lake is a must see for anyone living in or traveling to Nevada in the future.

29.White Mountain National Forest in White Mountain, New Hampshire

Full of beautiful wildlife and high peaks with insane views, this is an ideal vacation for locals and non-locals to remind us how cool our planet is.

30.Liberty State Park in Jersey City, new Jersey

While all park features and activities are currently closed, click the link above to see all the fun things you have to enjoy once the planet is back to normal. Whether you live in Jersey or your traveling here soon, Liberty State Park is a great trip for people of all ages!


31.Carlsbad Caverns in Carlsbad, New Mexico

Any cave dwellers or explorers, here? This is your place to adventure around when we’re allowed to have our lives back!

32.Finger Lakes in Ithica, New York

With tons to do from wineries, hiking, skiing, markets, museums and even boat cruises, this is the perfect getaway to celebrate freedom in the upcoming months.

33.The Great Smoky Mountains in North Carolina

While social distancing is strongly encouraged at the moment, The beautiful Great Smoky Mountains are still able to be enjoyed and appreciated by local residents!

34.Theodore Roosevelt National Park in Medora, North Dakota

Luckily, this gorgeous park is still open so if you are currently in North Dakota, this is the perfect spot to cure the boredom of being stuck inside all day.

35.Hocking Hills State Park in Logan, Ohio

Luckily this park is choosing to remain open and even luckier, there is plenty to explore here! With exciting caves and trails, Ohio residents rejoice!


36.Lake Murray State Park in Ardmore, Oklahoma

Complete with historical sights, a music trail, fishing, hiking, dining and so much more. Much of the crowded areas are closed down, but some trails still remain open!

37.Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area in Hood River, Oregon

This breathtaking destination has some trail closures but once re-open we encourage locals and non-residents to visit this location as soon as you can get here! It’s beauty you have to see to believe.

38.Pocono Mountains in St. Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

The resorts in the Pocono Mountains have endless options of activities you can do and though most are closed, there are a few hiking and walking trails that are still accessible.

39.Brock island, Rhode Island

With many closures happening here, this actual island remains open, though slightly boring, for residents and closed to outside travelers. Once you are able to enjoy what this exciting island town has to offer, we highly recommend it!

40.Magnolia Plantation and Gardens in Charleston, South Carolina

Still open but taking precaution with reduced hours, this gorgeous plantation is the perfect day trip to get your mind off of the madness of the world right now.


41.Mount Rushmore in Rapid City, South Dakota

While all programs and information centers are currently closed, Mount Rushmore is still visible on some trails and a perfect secluded day trip to take your mind off of all the crazy.

42.The Great Smoky Mountains in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Ah, The Great Smoky Mountains- so great, they made it on the same list twice! With all the hustle and bustle of the Tennessee nightlife being at a bare minimum, the great outdoors seem to be your best bet in this region.

43.Big Bend National Park, Texas

Although overnight camping has been shut down, this insane national park is still open for tiny groups or single onlookers to enjoy.

44.Zion National Park, Springdale, Utah

Another national park that is coming through for cabin fever sufferers! Though hours have changed and many precautions have been placed, the beauty of the world is still open for all to enjoy.

45.Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont

With endless fun all year-round, Lake Champlain promises to come through once all of our travel bans subside!


46.Shenandoah National Park in Front Royal, Virginia

If you haven’t caught on yet, a lot of national parks remain open! Virginians, this is your chance to see some of your state’s most beautiful scenery. Just be sure to keep it to one or two people when visiting and keep your distance if you see anyone else!

47.Olympic National Park in Washington State

This is a gorgeous national park that is actually completely closed down- campgrounds and all trails remain closed until further notice. Certainly one the locals and non-residents will be elated to travel to once they’re able.

48.Black Water Falls State Park in Davis, West Virginia

While all lodging is closed down, campgrounds and trailheads remain open to local residents! You’ll definitely want to take advantage of these gorgeous water falls!

49.Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin

Following proper CDC guidelines, the team at this popular Wisconsin vacation destination know that you need a proper break from your sofa and Netflix binging. They choose to remain open for the sake of our mental health! Again, just stay away from each other.

50.Yellowstone Lake, Wyoming

We’re ending on another OPEN park! This Wyoming lake has closed all facilities but luckily, you can’t close down Mother Nature!