RTX Destinations: From Golf Getaways to Fall Foliage

As autumn quickly approaches, we wanted to share some of our favorite destinations for vacations in the fall. Always one of our favorite times of year to travel, fall can often mean lighter crowds and more pleasant weather in many locations. In recent press releases, RTX has highlighted several destinations that are popular with our members for fall vacations, from golf getaways to locations with fantastic fall foliage.

Fall Golf Getaways

MurrellsInletMurrells Inlet, S.C.

Just south of Myrtle Beach, this laid back beach-centric town is famous for its golf, especially in the fall and winter months. Off the greens, attractions like Brookgreen Gardens and Huntington Beach State Park delight visitors of all ages. Eco tours allow a connection with nature, while restaurants along the waterfront provide a deliciously relaxing atmosphere for meals. Of course, the entertainment and excitement of Myrtle Beach is just a few minutes away.

Hot Springs, Ark.

Hot Springs is becoming more and more noticed as a surprising delight among RTX members. The tranquil setting near the famous natural hot springs and the backdrop of the Ouachita Mountains make this an ideal location for the area’s championship golf courses. In addition, there are gardens, museums, historical sites and entertainment that add to the experience for anyone vacationing here.

Read more about Murrells Inlet and Hot Springs.

Hot Spots for Fall Foliage

118271131Rangeley, Maine

The mountains of western Maine draws travelers with its small-town charm and endless opportunities for outdoor adventure. Visitors can go boating or hiking, take an aerial adventure or enjoy a scenic drive. Every view is a fantastic one in the Rangeley area.

Banner Elk, N.C.

Just off the Blue Ridge Parkway, Banner Elk is ideally located near hiking and other activities at Grandfather Mountain, and is just a few minutes from several interesting mountain towns and like Blowing Rock and Boone. Enjoy the fall colors from your vehicle, a canoe or raft in the river, or on foot on one of the many trails in the area.

Read more about Rangeley and Banner Elk.

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