By Elena Barker
Fall is on its way, and something about this magical time of year has us longing to travel. Maybe it’s the crisp air, the vibrant leaves, or the cozy sweaters. Then again, it could be all the pumpkin-spiced treats. Whatever your reason for taking a travel nurse job this fall, we offer up for your consideration the following four fabulous fall locations:
For those who think that autumn is the “off-season,” they’ve never experienced Colorado in the fall. The Centennial State practically shines this time of year, thanks in large part to its signature gold Aspen trees. Fortunately, Colorado offers several hiking trails and scenic highways where avid photographers and nature lovers can drink it all in. If the great outdoors really isn’t your thing, don’t worry — there are plenty of urban attractions too, like the celebrated Telluride Film Festival or Denver’s annual Oktoberfest.
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If you’re traveling with your family, Utah could be the perfect fall location for you! That’s because this state knows a thing or two about family-friendly festivals. The Scarecrow Festival at Thanksgiving Point, Cornbelly’s Corn Maze and Pumpkin Fest, and Ogden’s Witchstock Festival are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Utah’s various fall family attractions.
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There’s never a bad time to visit Maryland, but fall is probably the best time of year to explore this East Coast gem. That’s because the fall foliage here practically explodes into living color. If you want to see what it’s like firsthand, you can hop in the car and take a scenic drive on Maryland’s historic National Road—the state’s oldest road.
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Great weather, football games, and fantastic food all make Texas the place to visit come fall. While other states have started to cool down in the evenings, Texas still enjoys summer-like temps well into October. Locals take advantage of the outdoor weather with fun festivals—hello Texas State Fair—and plenty of football games. In fact, several high school, college, and professional football games take place across the Lone Star State every weekend.
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Not feeling any of these locations? No problem, because PPR has tons of other great locations for you to explore. Click here to search for all jobs!