Take This Haunted, Halloween-Themed Road Trip for Your October Pandemic Vacation

Is it even possible to plan a trip you can look forward to (and do safely)? Yes– especially if its a season-specific Halloween trip that you can take pleasure in either from the comfort of your vehicle or in the open air.

You should likewise take every safety measure to make travel safer: wear masks, remain physically remote from anybody not traveling with you, and reduce the opportunities to engage with other individuals, especially in closed, indoor spaces.

Travel reserving site Kayak put together a 29-stop, 7,500-mile roadway trip schedule that connects the spookiest sites across the nation. Youll find cemeteries, lighthouses, state parks, haunted homes, and a deserted amusement park. The schedule begins in Stowe, VT, and ends in San Jose, CA.

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Travel booking site Kayak put together a 29-stop, 7,500-mile roadway journey itinerary that links the spookiest websites across the country. Youll discover cemeteries, lighthouses, state parks, haunted houses, and a deserted amusement park.
Of course, this schedule as a whole needs travel across state lines– if you d rather stay near to house, you can merely take an outing to the nearest haunted house. National Geographic likewise has a list of spooky locations in seven states, and Country Living compiled a list of 25 haunted areas.

If you do go on a long-distance trip, youll still need places to stay and food to eat even if all tourist attractions are outdoors. Before you head out, do comprehensive research about local COVID-19 guidelines, and bookmark tools that provide real-time updates on travel constraints so youre not surprised when you get here.

In this pandemic age, true getaways are scarce. Flying to a destination is not ideal unless absolutely necessary, and some places are re-imposing stricter quarantines and service closures in reaction to rising COVID-19 case numbers.