We’ve put together a list of March vacation ideas in the US by region with some help by our travel friends.
Use this guide that features US travel ideas based on the part of the country you want to visit in March.
You’ll find amazing places to visit and fun things to do in March all around the United States. Plus you’ll find tips and resources to find the perfect getaway destination in March.
We’ve teamed up with other travelers to compile this list of spring vacation ideas in the US: travel guides, road trip itineraries, things to do, what to pack, and where to stay on your USA vacation in March!
Many of these destinations are also terrific US spring break vacation ideas if the break is during the month of March!
Thank you to our travel friends for sharing fun destinations and things to do in the US in March!
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Where to Travel in March: USA West States
Places to Visit in March: USA Mountain States
Where to Travel in March:USA Midwest States
Places to Visit in March: USA Northeast States
Where to Travel in March: USA Southern States
USA AUDIO TOURS (GyPSy Guide)
“Download the app to your phone – no cell or wifi service needed. Based on your GPS location, the app takes you on a guided tour of the area and points out all the interesting features and stops. It’s like having a guide in the car with you.”
USA Lodging & Accommodations
- Rent an RV – have it dropped off at your vacation destination!
- VRBO Vacation Rentals
- Book a Hotel
- Book an Apartment
- Book a Bed and Breakfast
- Book a Guest House
What to Pack for a Spring Vacation
Packing for a trip in the spring means being prepared for any type of weather!
US National Parks Pass – You can order passes online or get them at any of these Federal Recreation Areas. → Buy the National Park Pass at REI and they will donate 10% of sales to the National Park Foundation.
- Spring hiking at some national parks may mean wet trails, and even some patches of snow! You’ll want waterproof hiking boots.
- Hiking socks that breathe … and if they prevent blisters, that’s even better: → Check out the BEST SOCKS by Darn Tough!
- Walking stick or trekking poles
Clothing – Layers
- Wicking and quick-drying base layers
- Fleece or insulated jacket: → Columbia fleece jackets are our favorite!
- Waterproof rain jacket
- WATER: → Use refillable water bottles or a hydration backpack
- FOOD: → Check out our list of healthy snacks
- Flashlight or headlamp
- National Park maps
- Lip protection with sunscreen
- Polarized sunglasses
- Hand lotion
- Toilet paper (carry out in a bag – do not bury)
- Hand sanitizer
- First aid kit
- Bags to pack out trash