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Kansas City | Local Guides | Midwest

Explore Getaway Ozark Highlands

Located in Osceola, Missouri, Getaway Ozark Highlands, is nestled in a bustling town with plenty of spots to explore. Here are a few of the spots we’d recommend you check out while you’re on your Getaway.

Walks in the Woods

Ceder Bluff Trail
Distance: 2.1 miles
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

This loop trail through Pomme de Terre State Park, follows the rocky bluffs around the lake, and passes through some beautiful spots featuring oak, maple, and hickory trees.

Bluff Ridge Trail
Distance: 1.9 miles
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

This trail offers some amazing overlooks of Truman Lake, and allows you to explore groves of oak trees native to this area.

Granny’s Acres Loop
Distance: 4.3 miles
Difficulty: moderate
Dogs allowed

For hikers looking for more a challenge, you can check out Granny’s Acres Loop—be prepared to climb some hills, but know the scenic forest views are view it.

Sustenance and Snacks

Scott’s Iconium General Store
~12 minutes from cabin
This 100-year old general store not only has all the essentials—from burgers to groceries to beer, to local wine and cheese and supplies—but they also deliver to the Outpost.

Carney’s Five Star Supermarket
~12 minutes from cabin
For all the ingredients you’ll need to cook your favorite campfire recipes, head to Carney’s Five Star Supermarket on your way to the Outpost.

On the Moo-ve Burger Barn
~12 minutes from cabin
On the Moo-ve Burger Barn is the perfect spot for a juicy burger after a day of hiking and exploring.

Sugarfoot BBQ
~12 minutes from cabin
If you’re looking for the best BBQ outside of Kansas City, head to Sugarfoot BBQ to try the locals’ favorite treats.

Things to Do Around the Outpost

Davis Bros Antique Mall
~12 minutes from cabin
To find a unique souvenir from your escape, head to Davis Bros Antique Mall to bring a bit of Osceola home with you.

Saddle Club of St. Clair County
~14 Minutes From cabin
For an afternoon of entertainment spent at the rodeo, head toSaddle Club of St. Clair County.

Ready to escape the city and head into nature? Book your Getaway today.

Local Guides | Midwest | Minneapolis

Explore Getaway Kettle River

Located in Willow River, MN, on the road to Duluth, Getaway Kettle River is nestled in a bustling town with plenty of spots to explore. Here are a few of the spots we’d recommend you check out while you’re on your Getaway.

Walks in the Woods

Wolf Creek Falls Trail
Distance: 1.5 miles
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

This out-and-back trail is an easy hike featuring a waterfall, great for families and warm summer days.

Kettle River: Banning State Park to Old Dam Site
Distance: 4.1 mi
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

This trail loops around along one side of Kettle River through Banning State Park, and features some interesting rock formations, the river, and a waterfall. Make sure to stop at Toby’s gas station by Banning State Park for a giant custard donut on your way back.

Trillium Trail to Quarry Loop Trail
Distance: 2.7 mi
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

This is the perfect trail to explore the Quarry; take your time to enjoy the area and take in the scenic views.

Sustenance and Snacks

Denham Run
~17 minutes from Outpost
Known locally as hands-down the best restaurant in town, if you’re looking for dinner away from your cabin, Denham Run is the spot to check out.

Peggy Sue’s Café
~6 minutes from Outpost
Located in an historical building, built in 1895, Peggy Sue’s Café is the perfect spot for some diner food and a chance to meet some locals and learn more about the history of Willow River, MN.

KJ’s Market
~21 minutes from Outpost
Stop by KJ Market on your way to the Outpost to stock up on your favorite ingredients for your campfire recipes.

Endzone Bar and Grill
~5 minutes from Outpost
This bar and grill is located off the historic Highway 61 on the shores of the Kettle River, with all your favorite pub food.

Things to Do Around the Outpost

Robinson Park
~ 20 minutes from Outpost
This park is one of our favorite spots near the Outpost with options to explore and get into nature all year. There are hiking trails to take you to waterfalls or to the shores of Kettle River, access to the whitewater paddling in Banning State Park, and Ice-Climbing and Bouldering parks. There are events at this park year round, so be sure to check out their website before you go to see what seasonal festivities you might find.

Moose Lake Brewing Co
~18 minutes from Outpost
Located on the shores of Moose Lake, Moose Lake Brewing Co is one of our favorite spots for a handcrafted brew. They even have self-guided tours for you to explore their brewing history and learn more about how they make their beer.

Three Twenty Brewing Co
~40 minutes from Outpost
Three Twenty Brewing Co is a great spot to enjoy an afternoon tasting local brews and playing cribbage with those who matter most.

Peaceful Pines Pumpkin Patch and Apple Orchard
~40 minutes from outpost
For the perfect fall escape, head to Peaceful Pines Pumpkin Patch and Apple Orchard to enjoy your favorite fall apple treats while grabbing a pumpkin to carve on your Getaway or bring home to put on your porch.

Ready to escape the city and head into nature? Book your Getaway today.

Boston | Local Guides | New York City

Explore Getaway Machimoodus

Located in Moodus, CT, Getaway Machimoodus is nestled in a bustling town with plenty of spots to explore. Here are a few of the spots we’d recommend you check out while you’re on your Getaway.

Walks in the Woods

Machimoodus State Park Trail
Distance: 2.0 miles
Difficulty: moderate
Dogs allowed

This 2 mile loop trail in Machimoodus State Park is the perfect spot for a beautiful walk along Salmon River.

Bear Hill Loop
Distance: 5.5 mi
Difficulty: moderate
Dogs allowed

This beautiful loop trail gets you right into the dense forest that’s native to this region, and features groves of mount laurel, Connecticut’s state flower.

Salmon River Trail Loop from Comstock Bridge
Distance: 6.5 mi
Difficulty: moderate
Dogs allowed

This loop trail features beautiful views of Salmon River with many spots perfect for an afternoon picnic, and it features one of the last remaining covered bridges in Conneticut.

Sustenance and Snacks

Tavern on the Hill
~4 minutes from Outpost
For classic bbq dishes, Tavern on the Hill is the perfect spot to enjoy a hearty meal and meet some locals.

Hometown Market
~4 minutes from Outpost
To stock up on all the ingredients you might need for your favorite campfire recipes, Hometown Market has got you covered.

Hillside Sweet Shoppe
~6 minutes from Outpost
For those with a sweet tooth, Hillside Sweet Shoppe has homemade ice cream, homemade hot fudge, candy, and more.

Things to Do Around the Outpost

Château Le Gari
~17 minutes from Outpost
This winery uses both Old World and Modern wine making methods to craft amazing local wines for you to try.

East Haddam Dog Park
~8 minutes from Outpost
To allow your pup to reconnect to nature, an afternoon spent at East Haddam Dog Park—off the leash—will allow them to run free.

Then Again Antiques
~6 minutes from Outpost
To find a souvenir to bring a bit of Moodus, CT home with you, make a stop at Then Again Antiques to find some new treasures.

Ray of Light Farm
~14 minutes from outpost
Visit Ray of Light Farm and their animals for free. Check the website for programs or just show up and walk around the property. They are an animal rescue and sanctuary that is open 10-4 Thursday through Monday. While you’re there, check out the Save-A-Buck Tack Shop for gifts, gear or candy.  

Boho Farm
~14 minutes from Outpost
This small farm has a little shop where they sell locally made goods, local honey, jams, coffee, teas, home decor and (seasonal) flowers from their garden and more. In November and December their shop and garden is turned into a Christmas wonderland. They make goat milk soaps, soy candles and room sprays that they also sell in the shop. There are also farm animals to visit.

Ready to escape the city and head into nature? Book your Getaway today.

Local Guides | New Orleans

Explore Getaway Homochitto

Located in Meadville, Mississippi, Getaway Homochitto, is nestled ina bustling town with plenty of spots to explore. Here are a few of the spots we’d recommend you check out while you’re on your Getaway.


Walks in the Woods

Clear Springs Trail
Distance: 1.0 mile
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

This trail is perfect for a stroll through pine covered hills by Clear Springs lake, a picturesque spot for swimming, fishing, and picnicking.

Brushy Creek Horse Trailhead
Distance: 5.5 miles
Difficulty: moderate
Dogs allowed

This loop trail features a river and is the perfect hike for those looking for a good adventure and workout.

Clark Creek Primitive Trail
Distance: 4.3 miles
Difficulty: moderate
Dogs allowed

This is the perfect hike for a warm afternoon, as this loop trail follows Clark Creek to a beautiful waterfall.

Richardson Creek Trail
Distance: 9.7 miles
Difficulty: moderate
Dogs allowed

This loop trail features a river and takes you through the beautiful Homochitto National Forest.

Sustenance and Snacks

Sullivan’s Grocery
~9 minutes from Outpost
For everything you might need for your favorite campfire recipes, be sure to stop at Sullivan’s Grocery on your way to your cabin.

Hilltop Drive In
~9 minutes from Outpost
For some classic burgers and diner food, pull up to Hilltop Drive In for a retro dining experience.

Magnolia Grill
~43 minutes from Outpost
This local favorite is one not to miss. Magnolia Grill was built to look like the saloon that was originally built in the same spot. Enjoy your meal on the shores of the Mississippi River.

Things to Do Around the Outpost

Old South Winery
~37 minutes from Outpost
Old South Winery specializes in fruity, muscadine wine, so this winery is the perfect stop to taste some local flavors.

Meadville City Park
~6 minutes from Outpost
Enjoy an afternoon with your family at Meadville City Park—with trails, playgrounds, and plenty of spots to lay down a picnic blanket, you can get some quality time reconnecting to nature with those who matter most.

Ready to escape the city and head into nature? Book your Getaway today.

Local Guides | Seattle

Explore Getaway Skagit Valley

Located in Mount Vernon, Washington, Getaway Skagit Valley, is nestled ina bustling town with plenty of spots to explore. Here are a few of the spots we’d recommend you check out while you’re on your Getaway.

Walks in the Woods

Little Mountain Park Loop
Distance: 4.8 mi
Difficulty: medium
Dogs allowed

This loop trail through the forest in Little Mountain Park starts at the top of Little Mountain, and features viewpoints of Mount Baker, the Skagit Valley, the San Juan Islands, Olympic Mountains and even tulip fields.

Nature Trail, Cairn and Sidekick Loop
Distance: 2.3 mi
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

This trail is a great hike for families or novice hikers, and promises a beautiful view once you’ve climbed to the top of Little Mountain.

Craft Island Trail
Distance: 1.8 mi
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

This short but scenic out-and-back trail can get muddy, but the trek through the marsh features beautiful wildflowers, and the views from Craft Island can’t be beat. Make sure to check the tide charts before you go to ensure the island will be accessible.

Centennial Trail
Distance: 30.5 mi
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

This paved trail established in 1989 in honor of the Washington State Centennial, follows the original route of the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway.

Sustenance and Snacks

Skagit River Produce
~9 minutes from Outpost
Make a stop at Skagit River Produce to support local farmers and artisans and stock up on essentials before your Getaway.

Big Lake Grocery
~8 minutes from Outpost
Stop at Big Lake Grocery for “Groceries, Grub and Beer.” This spot has some delicious diner food, the best local beers on tap, and many quick grocery items, so it’s the perfect stop to grab some lunch and those last minute items you may have forgotten for your escape.

Mount Vernon Red Apple Market
~16 minutes from Outpost
For any extra grocery items, Mount Vernon Red Apple Market is the best last stop before heading to your cabin.

Things to Do Around the Outpost

Strawberry Field for Rover
~26 minutes from Outpost
Head to this off-leash dog park to let your pup enjoy a free afternoon of running and playing with other four-legged friends.

Bertelsen Winery
~15 minutes from Outpost
This winery is the perfect spot to spend an afternoon tasting local wines while chatting with those who matter most.

Skagit River Brewery
~16 minutes from Outpost
Skagit Rivery Brewery offers 24 taps and delicious bites so you can gather with friends and family to reconnect over a local brew.

Roozengaarde Gift Shop and Tulip Farm
~25 minutes from Outpost
Head to Roozengaarde Gift Shop to see their legendary tulip fields.

Ready to escape the city and head into nature? Book your Getaway today.

Local Guides | Nashville

Explore Getaway Dale Hollow

Located in Moss, Tennessee, Getaway Dale Hollow is near Celina, TN, a bustling town with plenty of spots to explore. Here are a few of the spots we’d recommend you check out while you’re on your Getaway.

Walks in the Woods

Bearwaller Gap
Distance: 12 miles
Difficulty: hard
Dogs allowed

This out and back trail located near Carthage, TN features beautiful views of a lake, especially in the winter when there aren’t as many leaves on the trees. This trail has some steep spots, so be prepared for a workout before heading out.

Winding Stairs Loop
Distance: 1.6 mi
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

The Winding Stairs Loop trail is located near Lafayette, TN. This loop is perfect for families or anyone looking for an easy and quick hike with some beautiful waterfall and creek views. There are also many other trails to explore in Winding Stairs Park.

Sustenance and Snacks

Scott’s Bestway
~16 minutes from Outpost
If you want to pick up everything you’ll need to create your favorite meals during your Getaway, you can stop at Scott’s Bestway on the way to your cabin.

Teddi Lou’s Bakery
~14 minutes from Outpost
For the freshest baked goods in Celina, TN, head to Teddi Lou’s Bakery. They have soups, donuts, sweet treats and more.

Dale Hollow 1 Stop BBQ
~16 minutes from Outpost
Dale Hollow 1 Stop BBQ specializes in the most delicious BBQ pork and chicken cooked over hickory charcoal. The owners prefer to make classic, old-school BBQ dishes, so if you’re craving BBQ this is the perfect pitstop for your adventure.

Things to Do Around the Outpost

Clay County Museum of History
~16 minutes from Outpost
Founded in 1986, Clay County Museum of History captures the local history, housing artifacts, photos, and local stories of notable figures that speak to the county traditions of ingenuity, resourcefulness and innovation. If you’re interested in learning more about the area around the Outpost, this is a stop you can’t miss.

Dale Hollow Antiques
~14 minutes from Outpost
Be sure to check out Dale Hollow Antiques to find some souvenirs to bring home with you to commemorate your escape.

Dale Hollow Lake
~21 minutes from Outpost
A perfect stop for those warm summer days, Dale Hollow Lake is the place to explore to cool off, wind down, and enjoy your time off in nature.

Ready to escape the city and head into nature? Book your Getaway today.

Chicago | Local Guides

Explore Getaway Barber Creek

Located in Grand Junction, MI, Getaway Barber Creek is only 15 minutes from the bustling town of South Haven along the shores of Lake Michigan. While there’s plenty of exploring to be done around our new Outpost, here are a few of the spots we’d recommend you check out while you’re on your Getaway.

Walks in the Woods

Kal-Haven Trail
Distance: 33.5 miles
Difficulty: Easy
Dogs allowed

This trail, which stretches from South Haven to Kalamazoo, MI, was built in place of an old railroad route. The trailhead can be accessed in nearby South Haven from the Outpost for any out-and-back hikes.

Reeds Lake Trail
Distance: 4.2 miles
Difficulty: easy
Dogs allowed

This paved trail through the woods circles the beautiful Reeds Lake, and makes for the perfect afternoon hike with with your friends and family.

Van Burren Park Dunes Trail
Distance: 1.3 mi
Difficulty: moderate
Dogs allowed

For scenic views of Lake Michigan, this loop trail is perfect for families and for a shorter adventure to explore the area around South Haven.

Sustenance and Snacks

Biggby Coffee
~16 minutes from Outpost
Enjoy some unique season coffees and lattes at Biggby Coffee, a shop hailing from Lansing, MI.

South Haven Farmer’s Market
~18 minutes from Outpost
Before your Getaway, head to South Haven Farmer’s Market to support local farmers and other craftspeople, try some local foods, and get the freshest ingredients for your favorite campfire meals.

Golden Brown Bakery
~18 minutes from Outpost
For all your favorite pastries, sweets, and breads, there’s no better place in South Haven than Golden Brown Bakery to get your fix.

South Haven Brewpub
~18 minutes from Outpost
If you’re in the mood for a pint, South Haven Brewpub is South Haven’s first microbrewery and it’s located in historic Old Harbor Village, with outdoor seating for you to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Black River.

Chomp Gourmet Hot Dogs
~19 minutes from Outpost
For a unique food experience, head to Chomp Gourmet Hot Dogs, to try some new food combinations you’ve never thought to pair before.

Gravity Tasting Room
~18 minutes from Outpost
For our wine enthusiasts, Gravity Tasting Room is the best spot in town to enjoy an afternoon of tasting, laughing, and reconnecting with those who matter most.

Things to Do Around the Outpost

South Haven Light
~17 minutes from Outpost
South Haven South Pierhead Light is a lighthouse at the entrance to Black River on Lake Michigan. First lit in 1872, this historic and beautiful red lighthouse is a must-see in South Haven.

Michigan Maritime Museum
~19 minutes from Outpost
This harborfront museum and research center is the place to go to explore exhibits that will answer all your questions about Lake Michigan, to explore historic boats—and even enjoy a boat ride or one of their many events.

South Haven Fishing Charters
~18 minutes from Outpost
For an excursion out onto Lake Michigan, head to South Haven Fishing Charters to be guided be a professional charter fisherman through a day’s catch. You may even hear some fisherman’s folklore while you’re at it.

North Beach
~21 minutes from Outpost
Enjoy a relaxing day on the shores of Lake Michigan at North Beach. This is the perfect spot for families with the waves, playgrounds, and snack bar to entertain the little ones.

South Haven Scooter Rental
~19 minutes from Outpost
To explore South Haven in style, head to South Haven Scooter Rental. Hop on some scooters and explore the main streets of South Haven and the harborfront, and get to know the area in a way you can’t by driving.

Ready to escape the city and head into nature? Book your Getaway today.

Local Guides | New York City

Explore Getaway Western Catskills

Located in Roscoe, NY, Getaway Western Catskills sits only five minutes from Pepacton Reservoir, right between the Cherry Ridge Wild Forest and the Delaware Wild Forest. While there’s plenty of exploring to be done around our new Outpost, here are a few of the spots we’d recommend you check out while you’re on your Getaway.

Note that the Pepacton Reservoir is open for recreational use between Memorial Day and Columbus Day, and anyone interested in fishing and boating will need to get the proper permits, and swimming in the reservoir is not allowed.

Walks in the Woods

Trout Pond and Mud Pond Loop
Distance: 7.5 miles
Difficulty: Moderate
Dogs allowed

This is a nice loop around Trout Pond with plenty of beautiful views of the area. This trail is best used between June and October.

Long Pond via Beaverkill Ridge Trail
Distance: 7.2 miles
Difficulty: moderate
Dogs allowed

This loop around Long Pond is a great spot for any botany-enthusiasts—keep your eyes on the hillsides near the trail to spot plenty of beautiful flowers.

Split Rock Lookout via Mary Smith Hill Trail (Pelnor Hollow Trail)
Distance: 2.4 mi
Difficulty: moderate
Dogs allowed

This out and back trail is a shorter option with some views of the ridge in the Delaware Wild Forest near Roscoe and Rockland.

Sustenance and Snacks

Roscoe Diner
~ 21 mins from the Outpost
If you’re looking for that perfect vintage diner feel with your favorite, classic American comfort foods, Roscoe Diner is the best spot near the Outpost.

Pepacton Natural Foods
~20 mins from the Outpost
To find your favorite healthy and organic foods, stop be Prepacton Natural Foods before your stay to stock up on any groceries you might need.

Roscoe Farmer’s Market
~20 mins from the Outpost
The Roscoe Farmer’s Market is the perfect early morning activity to head to before or after your Getaway. Stock up on local, fresh veggies to cook some of your favorite meals during your stay, or buy yourself a little souvenir crafted by a local.

Nif-T’s Ice Cream Store
~21 mins from the Outpost
For a sweet treat after you make dinner, head to Nif-T’s to find your favorite soft-serve flavors or to try something new.

Things to Do Around the Outpost

Roscoe O&W Railway Museum
~21 mins from the Outpost
To learn about the Ontario and Western railway system that allowed all of the growth and development in the Catskills region that led to towns like Roscoe and Rockland, head to the Roscoe O&W Railway Museum.

Roscoe Beer Co.
~18 mins from the Outpost
Stop by Roscoe Beer Co. to try some local brews, relax with family or friends, and even grab a bite to eat.

Prohibition Distillery
~20 mins from the Outpost
To taste some of the best liquor coming from the foot of the Catskill Mountains, head to Prohibition Distillery to try out any of their Bootlegger liquors and learn about the distilling process.

Ready to escape the city and head into nature? Book your Getaway today.