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    19 Spring Break Destinations That You Don't Need A Passport For

    Beach destinations, national parks, and more vacay spots you may not have realized are within reach!

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    The US (and all its territories) offer every flavor of spring break you can imagine, whether you're planning a solo trip or bringing the whole group chat with you.

    1. San Juan, Puerto Rico

    2. Asheville, North Carolina

    3. The Big Island, Hawaii

    4. The Grand Canyon

    5. US Virgin Islands

    6. Miami, Florida

    7. Utah's National Parks

    8. Stowe, Vermont

    9. New Orleans, Louisiana

    10. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

    11. The Florida Keys, Florida

    12. Savannah, Georgia

    13. Nashville, Tennessee

    14. San Diego, California

    15. The Catskills, New York

    16. South Padre Island, Texas

    17. Gulf Shores, Alabama

    18. Vail, Colorado

    19. Long Beach, California

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    CORRECTION

    The Blue Ridge Mountains surround Asheville, North Carolina. A previous version of this post misstated the mountain range.