Maybe a Cabin is the Perfect Socially Distant Summer Getaway
Who wants to get away before summer is over?
2020 travel is not canceled. Now, maybe your trip overseas was canceled, but finding a place to go right here in the United States is totally doable. I've taken a few road trips over the last few months with my husband and with my girlfriends to just change up the scenery. Hubby and I actually spent three days in a cabin in the middle of nowhere.
It was heaven.
We sat by the fire pit, read books, took hikes, he cooked all of our meals, we took our dog... it was truly heaven. I would absolutely recommend getting away from everything and getting out in the peace and quiet. Which shouldn't be too difficult, given where we live.
Recently, I found a list of 35 Remote Cabins Across the US You Can Rent For a Truly Distanced Giveaway.
I was a little disappointed that there weren't any Idaho options. I'm sure we could find something with a good Google search. Of course this wasn't a big scientific study, nor was it from a big travel site. So, I guess we'll just keep all of our hidden gems to ourselves.
They did have a few locations that, if you were up to it, you could drive to and spend a long weekend in. They selected one cabin in Dubois, Wyoming that promises an experience surrounded by nature. This rustic cabin is truly out in the middle of nowhere and is right next to the river. It also features a massive deck and hot tub. Another spot they picked was a cabin in Sandy, Oregon which sits on five acres of property with two outdoor decks. It's also very close to Mount Hood.
Both of these locations would cost you about seven or eight hours in the car. However, if you know that going in and you plan some extra days for travel and maybe some sightseeing along the way, it could be fun! I mean, it's 2020, what else do you have going on?