Summer Staycation Spots
Looking to stay closer to home this Summer? Let us help you plan a STAY-cation!
If you're looking to vacation close to home this Summer, we can help! We've compiled a list of staycation spots within driving distance of Bucks, Montgomery & Chester Counties. Stay safe and enjoy!
1. Ocean City, NJ
Set on the coastal Jersey Shore, this popular beach town offers a bustling boardwalk, string of well-maintained beaches, and a variety of local restaurants and shops. You'll have your choice of rentals with many beach homes, condos and hotels available. The boardwalk features restaurants like Manco Manco, a sought-after pizza shop, Clancy's by the Sea, a popular ocean front dinner spot, Kohr Brothers Ice Cream and much more! You'll also find a series of arcades, an escape room and two Amusement parks for the kids to enjoy! The beach town offers many small shops, a local gym, excellent restaurants like 701 Mosaic, Vittorio's Italian Restaurant and more!"
2. The Poconos
"The four-county region is famous for its resorts, natural scenic beauty, 150 lakes including Lake Wallenpaupack, and quaint, historic towns. The varied landscape inspires a range of experiences, from the private and peaceful to the bold and exhilarating. Cottages and condos and hotels promote restful mountain moments while waterparks and adventure courses, offer excitement around every turn. Stay, explore, and discover the Pocono Mountains. "
3. Lake Wallenpaupack
"Stunning Lake Wallenpaupack, a man-made lake built in 1926 covering 5,700 acres and 13 miles in length with 52 miles of uninterrupted shoreline. Its activities are as far-reaching as its shoreline and sure to please the whole family as you play the day away. The lake has six public recreation areas featuring hundreds of acres of forest lands, wildlife, walking trails, campsites and boat slips. Outfitters also offer kayaks, water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skies and boats to help you make the most of your experience."
"Whether it's Amish farmlands and fresh air with outdoor adventure or downtown energy and vibrant artistry that you're looking for - or some combination of all, Lancaster County's got it all. The possibilities are endless..."
"The teams at Greater Philadelphia’s hotels, restaurants, attractions and transportation agencies are getting prepped and excited to welcome visitors back for a fun and safe summer. This season, look forward to an increased focus on cleanliness and social distancing at some of the region’s famous sights, hip restaurants, sleek hotels and more. That means spreading out safely on Amtrak and Megabus; feeling the wind in your hair again on the Spirit of Philadelphia and toasting at Parks on Tap; setting up a homebase at one of the city’s great hotels and strolling through the historic cobblestoned streets; and enjoying a cocktail and dinner at one of dozens of restaurants and bars offering socially distant outdoor dining and drinking."
What do you have planned for this summer?
If you're like us, the summer also means moving. If you're planning on selling your home this summer, let's talk.