1. Yosemite National Park, California
Yosemite National Park is a great visit year-round, but if you visit in the spring, you’ll have the chance to see its many waterfalls at their peak as the winter’s snow melts. You’ll have lots of fantastic photo-ops with popular outdoor attractions, including the Half Dome in the backdrop.
2. Grand Canyon
The Grand Canyon is visually stunning. It has fantastic landscapes showcasing its expanse and magnificence. Other canyons don’t have this. At the Grand Canyon, we are able to see just how massive this landmark truly is. Add to that a colorful landscape looks like a painting (especially at sunset!) and top-notch hiking. No wonder people flock from all over to see it. This natural wonder is just waiting to be explored.
3. Los Cabos, Mexico
Los Cabos is perfect for the spring-breaker: many bar crawls, astonishing coastal scenery, and whale-sightings in the Sea of Cortez in the spring. The area is actually two cities: sophisticated San José del Cabo and beach-going Cabos San Lucas.
4. Zion National Park, Utah
Zion is nothing short of magnificent and there are so many family-friendly hikes that are perfect for taking it all in. From a weather standpoint, spring is the perfect time of year to visit Zion!
5. Sedona, Arizona
The quaint town of Sedona, nestled in the majestic red cliffs in Northern Arizona, is the perfect destination for your next getaway! With breathtaking scenery, great shops and restaurants, rugged hiking trails, and peaceful picnic sites, Sedona is by far one of the best places you’ll visit in the Southwest.