With all that is going on in our world these days, a Minnesota Resort Vacation could certainly be what you need to relax. Perhaps you cannot get away for a full week. That is OK. Just getting away to spend time up north can be just what you need.
Maybe you cannot take a full week of vacation. This year I am seeing that more and more resorts are offering partial week stays. You may not have to stay a full week.
Why take a short vacation get away?
1. It is easier to get away for less than a week.
2.You can spend quality time with the family away from that house where many of us have been spending A LOT OF TIME.
3. Kids can have a change of pace.
4. A little money can go a long way.
5. Resorts may have some last minute openings.
It is easier to get away for less than a week. With the economy opening up again, it may be easier to get away for a quick get-away. Now is the time. Don’t spend a full week, pack up and get “out-of-dodge!”
Perhaps you feel like you have been confined to the house a lot more than you have in the past. Spending a couple days in a new location, even if it is for 3 days, can certainly help. It could also be just what the kids need…. A change of pace. Yes, you will still be spending time with the family. But it is DIFFERENT. Just what you may need.
If you are thinking that you just do not want to afford a full week’s vacation. Then take as many days as you choose to afford. I have been involved in the resort business for decades and you just simply don’t hear, “Gee, I wish I HADN’T taken a vacation.” Vacations are what memories are made of.
You may think that resorts only take full week reservations. For some resorts, that is true. But, perhaps even those resorts that only took full week reservations in the past are now considering shorter stays. So, perhaps, this is the year to take advantage of that. It is really worth checking out.
It really does feel like summer out there. We all need something to look forward to. If you haven’t thought about taking a quick trip to a Minnesota Resort, maybe now is the time.
Resorter for 17 years, now retired