Enjoy The United States with a Multi-Day Excursion

Post Date:02/05/2019 2:45 PM


City Offering Trips to Pacific Northwest, New England and Southern States in 2019


            Have you ever wanted to explore Portland in the spring, see the leaves change colors in Vermont or experience Graceland at Christmas time? Now is your chance! Registration is now open for three spectacular multi-day excursions to exciting destinations around the United States.

            The first excursion offered is a trip to the Oregon Trails and Portland Rose Festival and will take place June 6-11, 2019. Participants will explore Portland and the surrounding areas and visit the magnificent Portland Rose Festival during this six-day, five-night getaway. Other highlights include a tour of Portland, as well as visits to Mount St. Helens, Oregon’s Pacific Coast, Astoria and Multnomah Falls. The cost is $2,150 per person for double occupancy or $2,825 per person for single occupancy.

            Residents can also enjoy the spectacular fall colors on the east coast with the New England Rails and Trails trip, taking place from September 28 to October 5, 2019. Visit Boston, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine on this eight-day, seven-night excursion that includes two rail journeys, as well as a trip to Woodstock, Quechee Gorge and a Casco Bay Cruise. The cost is $3,075 per person for double occupancy or $4,050 per person for single occupancy.

            The final excursion of the year will take participants on a journey to the Music Cities for Christmas from December 6-11, 2019. Experience the holiday season in Branson, Mo., Memphis and Nashville on this six-day, five-night trip. Highlights include three holiday shows, as well as visits to Graceland, the Grand Ole Opry and the Country Music Hall of Fame. The cost is $2,455 per person for double occupancy or $3,105 per person for single occupancy.

            All three multi-day excursions offered by the City of Santa Clarita include round-trip airfare and first-class hotel accommodations. Costs associated with admission to attractions and sightseeing tours are also included, as well as some meals. A discount of $100 per person is available if the final registration payment is made by check.

            Registration for each of the three excursions does not follow the City’s usual registration process. For detailed itinerary, registration questions or to receive a registration form, please contact Jennifer Lindstrom, Recreation Coordinator, at (661) 250-3731.



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