Labor Day Destinations

Posted on August 15, 2018

Labor Day is supposed to be the one day a year where everything shuts down to give the workforce a holiday just to themselves. Of course, that’s not how it actually happens, but it’s a nice thought. Still, that long weekend is a source of fun and relaxation for many Americans. It’s the last chance for families to spend time together before school starts up and the last chance for everybody else to enjoy the weather before fall kicks in. This year for Labor Day, contact your friendly travel agency in Massachusetts to find a vacation to one of these exciting locations.


Kelleys Island, Ohio

The largest American island in Lake Erie, Kelleys Island is only twelve miles from Sandusky, Ohio and four miles north of Marblehead with the Canadian border nearby. The island, only four square miles, has more than enough to do and see on your long weekend. They have glacial grooves to explore, and scuba diving in Lake Erie. They also have beer tastings and Inscription Rock with markings of the American Indians.

San Juan Islands, Washington

The San Juan Islands is an archipelago you can reach by ferry off of Washington state. The three islands are San Juan Island, Lopez Island, and Orcas Island. Orcas Island is part of Moran State Park with mountains and trails to hike and explore. Lopez Island is known as the “Friendly Isle” with spots like Lopez Village for a day spent at cafes and bookstores. Friday Harbor of San Juan Island is the most populated with galleries, museums and byways to spend your day.

Moab, Utah

This is a destination perfect for all you outdoorsy types. Beautiful scenic areas and canyons surround the area with two national parks nearby make Moab a stunning place to spend Labor Day. While in Moab, there are dirt bike trails called Hell’s Revenge for the daredevils out there. They also have Arches National Park and Canyonlands National Park to hike and see the unusual rock formations. For making plans contact the Arpin Travel agency in Massachusetts.

P-Town, Massachusetts

Massachusetts by the cape can’t be beat in the summer. The beaches are scenic and the gentle breeze off the water creates a serene atmosphere. Provincetown, MA or “P-Town” to the locals have plenty to do and see. Herring Cove Beach has graceful dunes and is one of the most popular beaches on the Cape. There’s also the lighthouses of Long Point and Provincetown Library to explore.

Mount Rainier National Park

A national park since 18pp, Mount Rainier is home to a 14,410-foot tall volcano of the same name. With mild to warm temperature at this time of year, you’ll be comfortable as you hike the Cascade Mountain range to see more glaciers than anywhere else in the United States. Horseback riding, fishing, and picnics in the park for everybody to enjoy.


With Labor Day fast approaching, look into making your summer send-off weekend the best of the summer. Hot summer days are meant for beaches and air conditioning. Spend your Labor Day weekend exploring the more scenic parts of the United States. Call or contact the Arpin Travel agency in Massachusetts to book your vacation today.

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