Outdoor Adventure Destinations
Escape your everyday routine with a breath of fresh air during your next getaway. From Arizona to South Carolina, enjoy these outdoor adventure destinations near Drury Hotels.
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Rocky Mountain National Park
From flowering meadows to alpine lakes to towering mountain peaks, this bucket-list destination offers 355 miles of hiking trails, 147 lakes, and views of elk, bighorn sheep and moose. Experience the natural beauty that has been preserved for more than 100 years.
From leisurely strolls through the red rock buttes of Papago Park, to the strenuous and rewarding climb to the peak of iconic Camelback Mountain, there’s a trail for nearly every type of outdoor explorer in greater Phoenix.
Grand Canyon National Park
Vast and magnificent, the Grand Canyon is a natural wonder with spectacular vistas, unmatched anywhere in the world. Historic and picturesque Flagstaff is just a 90-minute drive.
Jones Gap State Park
Greenville was named one of America’s hottest destinations by The New York Times. Visit nearby Jones Gap State Park and explore 3,000 acres of mountain woodlands interspersed with 60+ miles of winding forest trails, waterfalls, and the Middle Saluda River.
San Antonio & Austin, TX
Texas Hill Country
Experience Texas-sized beauty in the Hill Country! Take a quick drive from the bustling heart of San Antonio or Austin and relax in the wide-open spaces. Explore the rolling hills, big Texas skies, and tour the area’s restaurants, shops, and art galleries.
Colorado Springs, CO
Garden of the Gods
Visit the Garden of the Gods Park and enjoy a free hiking trail surrounded by incredible red rock formations. Make the most of your visit with rock climbing excursions, segway & bike tours, horseback riding, and more!
Milwaukee is home to 1,400 acres of beaches and parkland adjacent to Lake Michigan, including the popular downtown Bradford Beach. Voted one of the top 10 urban beaches by USA Today readers, you’ll find plenty of space to spread out, sunbathe and swim.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park
30 miles south of Knoxville, you'll find the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Known for cascading waterfalls, diverse wildlife, and 500,000 acres of scenic views, this is America's most visited national park.
An easy 18-mile drive from Paducah is Kentucky Lake, the largest lake east of the Mississippi River. Spend time hiking, fishing or just relaxing on the beach. Families love the 1850s Living History Farm or a drive through Elk & Bison Prairie, and the region is home to some of the best cuisine in the southeast.
St. Louis, MO
Forest Park, home of the 1904 World’s Fair, is one of the largest urban parks in the US. This historic gem has scenic walking trails through 180 acres of nature preserves and is home the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis Art Museum, Missouri History Museum and the Saint Louis Science Center, all with free admission.