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Celebrate Labor Day with a Weekend Getaway – Check Out These Trip Ideas

Celebrate Labor Day with a Weekend Getaway – Check Out These Trip Ideas

Check out these destinations to help you make your Labor Day travel plans.

With Labor Day right around the corner, it’s time to start planning for the occasion. Make the most of your three-day weekend and venture out of town. Book your trip and check out these travel ideas for Labor Day.

Catalina Island.

Stay local and explore Catalina Island. Just a short ferry ride away from Los Angeles, the island is the perfect Labor Day getaway. From spa treatments to water sports to camping, the island has lots to offer with plenty to explore. Get a little rest and relaxation without having to travel far when you choose to enjoy Catalina.

Napa Valley.

Drive up the California coast to explore wine country. Napa has no short supply of vineyards. Plan an adult retreat to Northern California for a Labor Day weekend filled with sunshine, grapes, and your favorite varietals.

San Diego.

Enjoy the Southern California weather with the whole family in San Diego. Spend Labor Day checking out the Zoo, venturing down to the Embarcadero, or exploring old town. There’s lots to see and do in San Diego. Enjoy all it has to offer for a quick, Labor Day weekend getaway.

Ensure that you keep your property safe while you’re away and invest in the right home security systems. For all of your security needs in Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, and the surrounding California area, contact Cornwall Security Services. We can tailor access control for your gated community, business complex, or other living and working situation so you and all of your residents or tenants can have peace of mind.

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