Spring is finally here, but does it ever leave Calfifornia? That’s the exact reason why everyone loves coming to California for Spring Break. It’s easy to get to, it’s always sunny, its affordable and it’s always a good time.
I know many students like to go to places like Mexico and the Caribbean for Spring Break, but those destinations are getting so crowded and expensive. It’s also a hassle flying out of the country, just to get a quick party on. I personally like to stay close and spend as much time enjoying, rather than spending most of the time in transit. Here are some of suggestions for a great Spring Break. I’ll talk about these destinations more extensively in their own sections, as well.
Palm Springs is where I would hang out for Spring Break. The weather is always nice. There’s plenty of places to stay, whether you’re on a budget or want a more upscale experience. There are good pools every where!
There’s not only the city of Palm Springs to vacation in, there’s Palm Desert, Rancho MIrage and La Quinta to consider. Great restaurants, plenty of bars and a few good nightclubs are all available.
Palm Springs isn’t overly crowded as other Spring Break destinations anymore, but that’s why Palm Springs is a good Spring Break choice!
Usually, San Diego’s weather is quite cool this time of year. Though, with the recent California drought, the weather has been unseasonably warm..and nice!
Most popular spot for Spring Breakers in the San DIego area is Pacific Beach. Surfers and college students enjoy the waves, beautiful white sands and the 3 mile boardwalk. The nightlife in Pacific Beach is the highlight, though. Plenty of restaurants, bars and nightclubs, with great hotels all in the area. I love Pacific Beach.
Families on Spring Break can enjoy SeaWorld, the every popular San Diego Zoo, the Safari Park and Belmont Park. San Diego is always popular with families on Spring Break.
The die hard skiiers and snowboarders try to get their last ride in on Spring Break. With this drought, its not easy to do. The ski resorts are holding on for dear life and still trying to make snow. However, there are lots of things to do, if the slopes are looking bare.
Lots of greak hiking trails. The lake is ready to enjoy. The town has great shops, bars and restaurants. There are great resorts, cabins and houses to stay in. You can pile a lot of people in some of the houses. Always makes a great party.
Better chance of finding snow! Always a good party in Mammoth, located up in the Sierra Nevadas. Spring Breakers from Southern and Northern Californians love this destination for the beautiful slopes! In fact, snow lovers from all around America love this destination. Tons of other activities to do and great places to get your part on. Always easy to find a good deal on hotels, apartments or houses for rent in this ski town.
This beautiful beach city known as the American Riviera is always a popular destination for Spring Breakers. Santa Barbara is a popular college party town, as it is. When Spring Break hits, the party is in full force. However, it’s easy to just relax and enjoy the beautiful atmosphere, if you want a more laid back experience. There’s plenty of room for all types of Spring Breakers.
No matter how you decide to do your Spring Break, be sure to stop by the Funk Zone. The Funk Zone is always a party with its artisan shops, art galleries, cool eateries, amazing micro-breweries, crafted distilleries and delicious winetasting. The Funk Zone is probably the hippest spot in Santa Barbara, so don’t miss out on the Funk Zone experience, during your stay in Santa Barbara!