At the beginning of June, we unveiled Vacation You, a quick and easy visual guide to help you have a summer to remember in Massachusetts.
Since the introduction of Vacation You, we’ve seen some spectacular scenes from all around Massachusetts, as well as the latest buzz about the top spots to visit and things to do while you’re there.
Of course, the best part of Vacation You probably isn’t the activity ideas, even though those are pretty awesome; what’s even better is what Vacation You can do for you.
Each month, through August, we’ll be selecting one winner from everyone who has entered an Instagram photo in the Vacation You sweepstakes and that lucky someone will win a Massachusetts getaway!
In just a bit, we’ll tell you how to enter, if you haven’t done so already. But before we do that, we’d like to offer up 10 of our favorite Vacation You summer landscapes, which give a glimpse into all that Massachusetts has to offer.
As always, we owe a big-time THANK YOU to everyone who was generous enough to share a photo with us, and especially to those willing to let us re-share.
Now, without further ado, let’s take a look back at some picture-perfect summer days.
Nahant Beach in Nahant, MA by @shercroft
Walking through Coolidge Reservation in Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA by @samdellicker
Clams at Seafood Sam’s in Falmouth, MA by @sillyjujub
Jetty Beach on Martha’s Vineyard by @matthewgroehl
Quabbin Reservoir in Ware, MA by @craftbeergeek
Upper Mystic Lake in Winchester, MA by @bjzinc
Hiking in Savoy Mountain State Forest in Savoy, MA by @brittdurgin
Fourth Cliff Air Force Recreation Area in Humarock, MA by @taralat
Quabbin Tower in Ware, MA by @nehopgirl
Ned Point Light in Mattapoisett, MA by @trishoneill5
If you’ve taken any awesome Instagram photos this summer, feel free to share with us. By following the steps below, your photo will be featured on the Vacation You website and you’ll be entered to win a Massachusetts vacation, too!
How do you like to celebrate the beginning of summer? Let us know in the comments!
Photo at the top by Tim Grafft.