Top 3 Things To Do This Spring Break for Great Memories

Spring break is coming, and if you’re a student, you’re likely overwhelmed with relief. You get to leave school behind, if only for a week or two, and rest your mind after a long school year. So what do you do at this time? Sure, you can veg out on the sofa and watch Netflix, but why not do something even more fun? Check out our top things to do during spring for great memories. 

See the World

That day or so can serve as an impetus to hop in the car and drive. Go to New Orleans and find a tour guide to help you navigate. You could eat the finest dishes in Chinatown in New York or BBQ in Tennessee. Consider seeing the country and savoring it since you’re not likely to travel again until your next break. Luckily, most national flights only take a few hours, so don’t hesitate to travel across the country. 

Get Outdoors

This is the perfect time to go camping for a few days. Rent a cabin if you can, or go into a forest and camp there. If you have a car, you can always convert it into a camper and camp there. Get a few friends and have a blast! It’ll be easier for you if you split the cost of admission. This is a top activity you can do this spring break for unforgettable memories. Don’t forget the s’mores!

Do a Photo Shoot

Spring is a photogenic season. With beautiful budding trees and green colors everywhere, it’s a wonder more people don’t take the time to have a photo shoot. The lush sunlight can be an incredibly soft box diffusor, and a warm filter for the photographer’s camera can imbue your skin with a gentle radiance. Or maybe you want a fun activity to do with friends. Whatever you do, you’re going to have a blast!

Regardless, given the short time you have—spring break only lasts a week or two—it would be prudent of you to spend your time wisely. If you want to spend your time in the house, that’s awesome. Just know that getting out and doing some of the things we mentioned is a great way to have fun. 

By Dianne Pajo

Dianne Pajo is a writer based out of the Chicagoland area with a passion for music, combat sports, and animals. She enjoys competing in amateur boxing and kickboxing, but in her other leisure time, you can find her performing music around the city. She is also a dog mom of 2.