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Holiday Gift Guide 2020 - Escapes

We know that travel is challenging amid a pandemic, but better days lie ahead. Here are some of our favorite escapes that provide amazing access to a variety of outdoor activities.

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AutoCamp: Cape Cod

A modern outdoor resort just minutes from the beach in Cape Cod. Situated minutes from the towns of Falmouth and Woods Hole, AutoCamp Cape Cod includes modern Airstream suites, outfitted canvas tents, and thoughtful accessible units all with custom interiors.

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Collective Retreats: Hill Country, TX

Just 60 minutes from Austin, 80 minutes from San Antonio. Perched on a ridge overlooking Montesino Ranch, experience breathtaking skies, Farm-to-Ranch culinary offerings, and a host of complimentary amenities. Customize your stay with an array of exclusive packages designed to bring you and your loved ones together in a socially distanced environment.

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Nation's Vacation: The Ahwahnee

Known for its stunning interior design and architecture, The Ahwahnee was specifically designed to highlight its natural surroundings, featuring Yosemite Falls, Half Dome and Glacier Point.

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LOGE Camp - Westport, Washington

Located on the Washington coast, LOGE Westport is the ultimate surf camp! With access to world class surfing and quintessential beach town vibes, take your pick from a variety of lodging options.

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Getaway - Los Angeles, California

Located 2 hours outside of LA, you'll find this collection of tiny cabins nestled into the mountains. This is the perfect, quick southern California escape for those looking to unplug and reconnect with nature.

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KOA - Santa Cruz North/Costanoa

Located just north of Santa Cruz, this eco-adventure resort offers easy access to a wide variety or outdoor activities and serves as the perfect basecamp for a convenient weekend away.

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We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on. Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

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