The dust has barely settled on Independence Day but the traditional end of summer is just around the corner. At least, that’s what a Travelocity survey showed—more than 70 percent of Americans believe that Labor Day is the unofficial end of summer.
About a quarter of the people in the country plan to go out of town to mark the occasion. Flying is just one way to get to your destination. You can always go on a road trip and make getting to your destination an adventure. Visitors have to consider other expenses such as hotel rates, food and activities.
Whether you want to go on a one last trip to the beach or to a final summer music festival, you want the experience to be inexpensive.
The best way to avoid extra costs is by carefully planning your itinerary, but many people don’t have the time for that and end up spending more money. The following list contains budget-friendly destinations that include many free and very cheap activities people can enjoy during the long weekend.