The Top 10 Spring Break Getaways in New England

Dreaming about spring break is the only thing getting me through the winter. I’m especially excited for this year’s spring break because we can finally go places after being cooped up in the house the last couple of years.

This year, I’ve decided to take my family to New England. There are so many gorgeous things to see in the area, not to mention many fun attractions to keep folks occupied. I’ve done my research, and now I want to share my findings with you. These are the top 10 spring break getaways in New England that you should consider visiting during your time off.

Portland, Maine

Portland, Maine, is one of the most beautiful places in New England. The city is right on the waterfront, so you’ll have incredible views from every angle. Plus, the restaurants are truly renowned—they’ll satisfy the family’s palates no matter which one you stop at for a bite.

The city even has loads of activities for the kiddos. The Children’s Museum & Theatre of Maine is full of attractions children will enjoy (and they may even learn a little something, too!). I’m going to be honest with you: my dream is to visit all of the top 10 spring break getaways in New England, and I’m definitely going to start with Portland, Maine!

North Conway, New Hampshire

Another family-friendly spring break location is North Conway, New Hampshire. For starters, you can take a ride on the Conway Scenic Railroad to feel like you’ve been transported through time. Try your best to book a stay at the Red Jacket Inn, too. The hotel has one of the largest waterparks in New England.

Kahuna Laguna Water Park has an abundance of things for the kiddos to do—even apart from going down the waterslides. Every day, the park sets up events in which children can participate, such as cookie decorating. North Conway, New Hampshire, is the perfect place for families to visit this spring.

Woodstock, Vermont

Woodstock, Vermont, is a picturesque spring break spot. Billings Farm will make you feel like you’ve been transported to heaven on Earth. The farm even hosts an annual Baby Animal Day, when you can pet little lambs, chicks, and other creatures. I don’t know about you guys, but I’m already sold.

Aside from farms, Woodstock also has plenty of chocolate shops, antique stores, and breweries you can enjoy when the kids go to bed.

Nantucket, Massachusetts

You’ll need some luck if you try to visit Nantucket, Massachusetts, in the summer: the city is one of the most sought-out summer vacation spots. However, you might be able to avoid the crowds if you visit during the spring. The Daffodil Festival and Wine & Food Festival both take place in the spring. What’s more, the restaurants in Nantucket leave nothing to be desired. Everyone will find something delicious to eat in this city.

Kennebunkport, Maine

Come on—Kennebunkport is worth visiting because of the name alone! All jokes aside, Kennebunkport definitely belongs on our list of the top 10 spring break getaways in New England. You’ll find stunning views no matter where you are. Perhaps the most enticing attraction in Kennebunkport, though, is whale-watching. Springtime is the prime whale-watching season for the city. You can go on a whale-watching cruise and get some fabulous pictures to take back to your loved ones.

Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts, is definitely the most well-known spot on our list. During the springtime, take advantage of the season and watch a baseball game at the famous Fenway Park. It’s truly a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Or perhaps you’d like to visit Boston’s Emerald Necklace, a 1,100-acre string of connected parks. Franklin Lloyd Olmsted, who designed Central Park, also designed the Emerald Necklace.

Boston is the ultimate family vacation spot because it’s full of history. People of all ages will love learning about one of America’s first cities. Landbird wants to ensure that everything goes smoothly on this historic trip, so check out our passenger van rentals in Boston to check one less thing off your to-do list.

Bridgeport, Connecticut

Perhaps a packed schedule isn’t what you want your spring break to look like. If you’re looking for something more serene, consider visiting the Colorblends House and Spring Gardens in Bridgeport, Connecticut. The house is currently being renovated into a museum, but the gardens open to the public in early April, featuring over 50,000 flowers. You can even buy bulbs to take home if you want a cherished memory in your suitcase.

Bar Harbor, Maine

Bar Harbor, Maine, is the perfect vacay for nature-lovers. You can see incredible views from any one of the hiking trails on Cadillac Mountain, but to get the best views, take the Shore Path from the town pier so that you can walk along the oceanside.

The city is also full of one-of-a-kind art galleries, artisan shops, and family-owned restaurants. Make sure you have your camera ready, because there will many images you’ll want to snap along the way!

Lincolnville, Maine

People often refer to Lincolnville, Maine, as Vacationland. The city earned the name because there are so many things to do for people of all ages. There are beaches where the kiddos can play, and Warren Island State Park is the perfect spot for nature-lovers. Additionally, Maine’s first winery is located in Lincolnville, so parents can grab a babysitter and visit when they get the chance.

Provincetown, Massachusetts

Provincetown, Massachusetts, sits at the edge of Cape Cod. The city gives off a more relaxed vibe than Boston, so it’s ideal for folks who don’t want the hustle and bustle. If you travel in by ferry, the first thing you’ll see is the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, which marks where the Mayflower docked in 1620.

Aside from historical attractions, Provincetown also has plenty of stores and ice cream shops, which the kids will love. On the other hand, parents can’t leave without paying the Provincetown Theatre a visit. After all, the town is known for its rich culture and musical performances.

You can’t go wrong with any of these spring break destinations—New England has something to offer everyone. History buffs can visit one of America’s founding cities, and nature-lovers can hike trails with stunning views.

Wherever you decide to go, you’ll need reliable transportation for large groups. Landbird is a trusted multi-passenger van rental company for the New England area. We have spacious vans and SUVs that can hold an impressive amount of luggage without sacrificing comfort. What’s more, we’ll bring the vehicle to you if you can’t make it to one of our pickup locations. Put your trust in us this spring break, and you won’t be disappointed.

The Top 10 Spring Break Getaways in New England