Hawaii – Hilo, ‘Akaka Falls State Park
Akaka Falls State Park makes for a wonderful spring break destination as it provides a lush landscape filled with wild orchids, bamboo groves and ferns as you take a short half-mile hike up to see two stunning waterfalls. Discover the 100-foot Kahuna Falls as you make your way to the breathtaking 442-foot Akaka falls.
California – Imperial, California
California has a lot to offer, from great beaches and world-class food to glamourous experiences but Imperial, California offers the unique experience of some of the world’s best sand dunes. Camp out under the desert stars at night and ride rented dune buggies during the day through the open desert for an experience you won’t soon forget.
The Rockies – Denver, Colorado
The Mile High City provides many outdoor adventures during the warmer spring months. Try out some kayaking at Confluence Park, explore Denver’s Botanical Gardens to discover a 24-acre oasis in the middle of the city or bike some of the 85 miles worth of bike trails that will take you throughout the city.
New England – Providence, Rhode Island
Providence is popular year-round but the warmer weather that spring brings provides allows for activities such as trolley tours, relishing in those iconic waterfront views and strolling the “Mile of History” which is home to one of the largest collections of 18th and 19th-century architecture in the country. A blend of civic, educational, cultural and religious institutions that have historical significance.
New York – Manhattan
For the city Spring Breaker, it doesn’t get much better than Manhattan! Visit some of the world’s most iconic sites, such as Times Square, the Statue of Liberty and Central Park. Spoil yourself with a diversity of cultural food at every turn, a trip to Little Italy or even take in a Broadway show.
Mid-Atlantic – Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh offers plenty of experiences for the Spring Break season. Famous for its museums, scenic parks, notable restaurants and plenty of attractions. Visit places like Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Three Rivers Heritage Trail and the locally famous Duquesne Incline.
Southern – Destin, Florida
If white sand beaches against crystal waters are more your idea of Spring Break then Destin is exactly what you’re looking for. Destin offers beautiful beaches, great seaside food options and an amazing art scene. It’s a small community feel with plenty to see and do.