With Labor Day upon us, I know I’m not the only one saying “where did the summer go?”  Personally, a significant portion of my summer was spent making preparations for my daughter’s wedding, but regardless what YOUR reason was for letting the summer slip by, be assured it’s not too late to get out and enjoy the great outdoors! 

 

Fall is a great time for visiting many of our National Parks.  The crowds are dwindling and temperatures are falling, making for more pleasant hiking, biking, and recreating in general.  After Labor Day weekend, “peak season” is officially over, which equates to better deals for you on everything from airfare to campgrounds.  You could be hiking in Zion National Park or taking in the vistas of the Grand Canyon.  You will enjoy camp sites that are considerably more peaceful and serene than they were two months ago, in an RV that is priced considerably less than it was two months ago!   

 

If you are lamenting that you’ve let your summer disappear without exploring a new destination, call us and let us help you take advantage of all that fall has to offer in the West.  You’ll be glad you did!

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