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A Guide to the Best Spring Break

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Campbell Hughes
Springtime in Wheeling, WV at Heritage Port

With spring break just around the corner, everyone is looking for some fun activities to make the most of their vacation time! Still trying to figure out what to do? Here’s a fun guide to help you plan the best spring break ever!

 

It’s the perfect time to freshen up your space and get organized! A quick spring cleaning could be the best fit for your break. Opening up those windows, blasting your favorite music, and decluttering your space is a great way to relax and pass the time. If cleaning doesn’t sound fun to you, try finding a creative way to dust or turn vacuuming into a race! 

 

Ready to “spring” into action? A trampoline park is the answer for you! Trampoline parks have the best activities for people of all ages! With games like dodgeball, basketball, and warrior courses, you’ll never be bored at the trampoline park. 

 

Spring break is the perfect time to kick back and relax; the best way to do that is with an ultimate movie marathon! Grab your favorite blanket, some tasty treats, and prepare to enjoy hours of your favorite series. If you’re looking for something new to watch, try the longer movie series like: Batman (13 films), Harry Potter (8 films), or The Fast and Furious (12 films). 

 

With the weather warming up, enjoying some time outdoors would be an awesome idea for spring break fun! Camping is a great way to get outside and relax. During the day, take a hike or go fishing. At night, cozy up by the campfire and enjoy some warm smores and spooky stories. 

 

A spa day is the ultimate way to pamper yourself and unwind from the stress of schoolwork. Treat yourself to a day of relaxation and take some time to disconnect. It’s the perfect opportunity to recharge and be ready for the rest of the school year. 

 

Many student at Park already have their spring break plans lined up:

 

“I might be going to Florida with my friend Payton,” said Hannah Fortner.

 

“I’m going camping,” said Maggie Hupp.

 

“I’m playing baseball that whole week,” said Ghage Hughes.

 

“I’m going to the beach,” said Kaylee Hunt.

 

Whether you plan on springing in the air or relaxing at home, make this spring break full of new activities and fun! 

 

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