5 Great Places to Visit in February in the U.S.
The “winter blues” are literally something that can set in for almost all of us here in the United States, not just the northerner’s up in the Midwest and Northeast. In fact, 3% of the general population is affected by seasonal depression — so, what better way to beat the funk then to GET OUT AND TRAVEL, experience the beauty around us, and embrace the seasonal changes our grand country has to offer!
Here is a quick hit list of 10 great places to travel to or spend a weekend getaway at.
1. Hot Springs National Park, Arkansas
How do you say no to natural hot springs? It’s like nature’s calling you to come and take a moment to embrace some warmth and beauty all while relaxing your body and mind. A neat thing about February is there are fewer people which means you get to be YOU and embrace your surroundings in peace.
2. Big Sky, Montana
Big Sky is a great destination for outdoor lovers. With breathtaking views and adrenaline-filled winter sports – this is sure to appease all walks of life.
3. Lake Tahoe, California
This location is popular amongst the masses in summer time but there is something breathtaking about the white glistening show and the vibrant teal-blue water that will leave you speechless.
4. Apostle Islands Sea Cave, Wisconsin
Take a boat tour to the Apostle Islands and discover these amazing caves that many of the locals are familiar with and may consider ‘underrated’ –well, they are not and totally worth the experience!!
5. San Antonio, Texas
Food, Rodeos and Music… need we say more! February in the Alamo city is where it’s at. You’ll find plenty to do for a fun-filled trip. Check out this blog on what is happening around the city in February
Whether you’re soaking up the sites of a picturesque mountain scape, lakes area, or wooded wonderland or hitting the slopes, hiking, or getting your heart pumping — you’ll want to be sure and have everything you need for your next outdoor adventure. American Trailhead is your one-stop shop for everything outdoors. If you don’t know what you need, well this group of fine folks will help you out. They are more than willing to help gear up your next adventure by just contacting them (yes, they are real and do reply!)