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Travel by: Through September 20, 2010
Autumn is an ideal time for a scenic retreat in the great outdoors. From crystal-clear mountain streams to picturesque canyons and colorful fall foliage, America’s national parks give you a taste of the wilderness, but also offer some great lodges right on the grounds so you don’t necessarily have to rough it. Try these special packages at rustic lodges in California, Wyoming, Lake Powell, and more available from only $89/night!
California’s Golden Gate State Park encompasses 59 square miles of dense forests and gorgeous mountain peaks in the scenic San Francisco Bay Area. At the scenic Cavallo Point Lodge near Sausalito, guests enjoy access to over 80,000 acres of diverse outdoor terrain.
Escape for day hikes and mountain biking on miles of picturesque backcountry trails or enroll in the resort’s top-rated culinary arts classes, world-class spa treatments, and more throughout fall. From November 15 through December 31, guests who pay for two nights at regular rates receive their third night’s stay completely free. Rates start at just $240 for a Historic King guestroom with elegant walnut furnishings and working gas fireplaces.
The wide-open spaces of Wyoming contain some of our country’s most spectacular natural wonders. From the jagged snow-covered mountaintops and sky-blue mirror-like lakes of Grand Teton National Park to the wide open plains of Yellowstone, Wyoming’s unsurpassed beauty never ceases to amaze visitors. Perched on the eastern rim of Jackson Hole, the Togwotee Mountain Lodge offers easy guests access to Yellowstone and Grand Teton’s unspoiled wilderness.
From now through September 20, 2010 this rustic lodge is offering a special deal that will save guests up to 20 percent on accommodations. For guests staying 12 nights at the lodge, they will receive their first and last night free, as well as a complimentary DVD set of Ken Burns' "The National Parks: America's Best Idea" documentary, which has a retail value of $100. Our editors found rates as low as $110/night for a Queens Summer room with views of the national forest.
Straddling the Utah and Arizona border, the man-made reservoir of Lake Powell encompasses 186 miles of sandy secluded beaches and gorgeous red-rock canyons for as far as the eye can see. One of the more notable spots in this area is Rainbow Bridge, the world’s largest natural bridge, measuring in at 290 feet high and 270 feet across.
In celebration of the 2010 centennial of Rainbow Bridge becoming a National Monument, Lake Powell Resorts & Marinas is offering a great excursion package for two. This deal includes a two-night stay in a traditional room at the resort, daily breakfast, as well as two tickets for a half-day Rainbow Bridge scenic boat tour. This package is valid through October 31 and is priced from as low as $492 for a non-lakeview room with two queen beds.
Rates are based on double occupancy. Taxes and fees are additional.
Trail snacks not included.
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