Top 5 Alternative U.S. Minimoon Locations to Book in 2020 According to Vrbo

Top 5 Alternative U.S. Minimoon Locations to Book in 2020 According to Vrbo
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Vacation rental site Vrbo has released its 2020 travel trend report, and yup, there are some cool new spots you’re going to want to consider for your upcoming minimoon. Short on time and maybe cash? Consider domestic destinations that are a little off the beaten path. We’re talking smaller cities and towns that still have a ton to offer, from Georgia to Washington state. Each destination’s travel demand is up between 45 and 75 percent according to the Vrbo report. Read on to discover where to travel to celebrate your commitment in a major way, but on a mini-timeline. Note that each price is per night at a suggested accommodation.




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Instead of Savannah Try...

Cherry Log, Georgia


Explore the wonder of the Chattahoochee National Forest in this quaint destination. Stay in a cottage, cabin, or even the Ravine Luxury Treehouse! Active couples will love the array of activities from white water rafting, to hiking. Or, just take in the mountain view and relax.

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Instead of San Antonio Try...

Terlingua, Texas


Big Bend National Park offers minimooners an escape from the daily grind with a stay in Terlingua, Texas. Camp, stay in lodge-style accommodations at the Ranch Lodge, or enjoy a golf resort getaway. Visit a nearby ghost town, hike, or just chill together while you breath in that fresh air.

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Instead of Charleston Try...

Edisto Island, South Carolina


If a beach getaway is more your speed, consider Edisto Island, South Carolina. Just an hour from historic Charleston, this town provides guests with sleepy sanctity not far from a bustling food and nightlife scene. Rent a beautiful Bay Creek villa, and let your worries drift out to sea.

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Instead of Eureka Springs Try...

Bella Vista, Arkansas


Nature, golf and history converge in Bella Vista, Arkansas, an Ozark-area town known as a premier mountain biking locale. If you love exploring new places, enjoy checking out museums in the morning, hiking in the afternoon, and then maybe sneaking in a wine tasting, book your trip to Bella Vista today! The Inn is a well-reviewed choice for your stay.

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Instead of San Juan Islands Try...

Westport, Washington


Picturesque Westport, Washington, located in Gray’s Harbor, Washington, is a tiny peninsula town about a 2-1/2 hour’s drive from Seattle. State parks, lighthouses and museums are among the spots worth visiting, but don’t forget to stop by the local wineries! Meanwhile, the scenery can’t be beat as you tuck into the cozy Westport Marina Cottages with your new spouse.