5 Fun Ideas for a Great Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day Weekend Fun!

Labor Day Weekend is like our last hurrah for the summer. For many of us, it means school is starting, vacations are behind us for now, and it’s time to celebrate hardworking Americans everywhere. Taylor Morrison would like to take a moment to wish everyone a Happy Labor Day!

So, what are you going to do over Labor Day Weekend? Here are a few ideas.

  1. Visit a national monument.
    There are 25 national monuments, all located in western states. Living in Denver, CO? Make plans to visit Browns Canyon National Monument or  Canyons of the Ancients. If you have a new home in Southern California, enjoy the exotic beauty of the desert at Mojave Trails, Sand to Snow or Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument. See this list of all national monuments to find one near you.
  2. Go camping.
    Camping is a great family activity and it’s easy to locate campgrounds nearby. Camping USA has a comprehensive list by state, so check it out. Or, camp out with the kids in your own backyard to build some great memories.
  3. Host a barbecue.
    Have a potluck barbecue in your backyard or a local park. You can provide the protein and a veggie option for your vegan friends. Ask everyone to bring their favorite side dish.
  4. Catch a minor league baseball game.
    Entertain the family at a minor league baseball game. It’s a great opportunity to check out the major league prospects. Or, schedule a game with friends and enjoy the day at a local ballpark.
  5. Try geocaching.
    Find a geocaching event near you and join in the treasure hunt. Get a geocaching app for your smart phone or just follow the written instructions available for the event you take part in.

How do you celebrate Labor Day? Share what you do in the comments section below.

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