The days leading up to Thanksgiving are the busiest travel days of the year, and with the stress of 2020, people are ready to get out of town more than ever before, with a mask of course. With that, there will be even more people on the roads this year to avoid crowded airports. You deserve to catch the football game and enjoy a nice turkey dinner away from home this holiday.
Not sure where to travel? We rounded up some Thanksgiving destinations for the whole family. From those who miss the big cities to those wanting a quaint getaway with pretty fall foliage, we’ve got you covered.
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Celebrate Thanksgiving at America’s first seaside resort, Congress Hall. Dinner spots sell out quickly, so reserve yours ahead of time. While Cape May is most known as a shore town, the fall season emphasizes its hiking trails through the beach and woods. Get the best of both worlds and see the fall foliage and beach waves.
If you were planning on a beach view coming with your turkey this year, consider St. Augustine. This small beach town is full of unique Spanish Colonial Architecture. St. Augustine 27th annual Night of Lights is taking place every evening from November 14 to January 2021 this year. Get a head start with the holiday season, and see one of the most amazing light displays in the United States.
If you prefer wearing a swimsuit and dining next to tiki torches this Thanksgiving, the islands of Hawaii is ab excellent option for you. The islands are less crowded for Thanksgiving than other major holidays. Hawaii has the warmest water during the fall months. The air temperature typically stays in the 70s during the fall season, making it the perfect weather to hike nearby mountains and volcanoes.