Many travelers look forward to the pre-vacation planning, and in some instances, one person in the travel party takes the lead and is consumed with details (and loves it). Upon arriving, there may be time and excitement for some spontaneity and unplanned delights.
Our current times encourage planning, more than usual. We’re happy to make sure your stops are limited to places you want to explore. We’ll provide you with information in advance (online and via email) to avoid unnecessary stops and contact. Your road trip will still be memorable, and most importantly, safe for all involved.
Fall road trips, whether day or overnight, should focus on fall color, food, the outdoors, and family. Your trip may involve a few stops, or several, and regardless of how much time you spend in the car, seeing colorful landscapes, water, farms, bridges, and more, it’s important that you’re inspired and assured about safety during your visit.
- Ask us for itinerary ideas prior to leaving home.
- Pack a cooler, either with snacks and water for the road trip or pick up food for a picnic.
- Need to get back on the road or head back to your inn? Consider takeout (ready to eat or reheat and eat).
- Check our latest e-news for activities and events.
- Prior to the pandemic, planning was virtually entirely online. Use apps.
- We’ve taken the pledge and you can count on many of our businesses, too.
Limit extra stops and visit places that are part of the itinerary. Safety is critical for all, as is sheer joy while on vacation. Questions? Feel free to ask.