Holidays on a Budget – East Coast

Posted by Guest on July 30th, 2014

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All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Even if your career and budget are in great order, life won’t be as fun as it could be without a trip away from the home and office every now and then. Budget-conscious folks frequently set aside money for the purpose of getaways. The problem comes when they blow it all on trips that are just too expensive. If you live on the East Coast, or plan to visit this side of the county in the near future, there are plenty of ways to have fun and relax without breaking the bank. For you game theorists and card sharks out there, Caesars Casino Games NJ may be an option for saving up and spending a vacation budget in one fell swoop. For the rest of us, options like these will be the best choice:

1) Treehouse Camping. Sometimes the beaten paths and tourist traps don’t provide the most memorable experiences. Camping is a great, inexpensive activity to spend with a significant other or with your whole family. The east coast provides a lot of scenic locales: mountains, beaches, countrysides, farms, and……forests! Treehouse camping is cheaper than staying in a hotel, but more expensive than regular pup-tent camping. A variety of locations around the world offer this unforgettable lodging option. A treehouse camping trip can easily be romantic for couples or adventurous for families with little kids. Whatever your situation, this is a new and different trip that won’t put you into debt.

2) Wine Country. For the travelers looking for lovely scenery, peaceful drives, and a glass of Cab at the end, the East Coast’s wine country stacks up to the famous hills of California. Virginia and Pennsylvania have surprisingly gorgeous wine country. Chart a tour for yourself of some of the greatest farms producing excellent wine off the radar. Tours are reasonably priced and the views are second to none. This is a great way to enjoy the country and a loved one’s company away from the typical tourist vistas.

3) The Beach!. In order to save money, you’ve got to do a little homework here. Though wonderful, places like Myrtle Beach should not be your destination of choice. Look for less densely-packed beaches all along the east coast, like Oak Island, Duck, and East Hampton. Look for hotels where you can bid for rooms. You’ll often be able to reserve a room for well less than the asking price. Or do the same for a cheap rental house, as near the water as you can find. Oftentimes, you can save a bundle by just being will to walk an extra 50 yards to and from the beach. Finally, bring your own groceries to cook meals with your companions. While eating out is fun (and part of the beach experience, if you ask me), you can save hundreds by cooking two of your three daily meals at your rental place. Then just sit back and enjoy the sun, the breeze, and the water.

Some of the best vacation options can be truly exotic without being exclusive. With a little creativity, you can find affordable holiday destinations that you and yours will enjoy just as much as a trip to a foreign land. If you are traveling along the east coast this summer, these are only a few of the many things this area has to offer. Spend some time looking around. You may be surprised at what you can find for your next vacation.

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