From the Florida beach to the state of Washington, there are more than plenty of Spring Break travel options for every budget and vibe.
The Classic Beach Trip
Depending on where you are located, you can get to the Alabama/Florida coastline for $150 to $500. The gas to get there is maybe a tank, and if you and friends can get a house to split, the accommodation fare can be reasonably priced.
There will be other spring breakers there, but the weather may be too cold for you to fully enjoy the beach.
Las Vegas is a destination for the 21+ crowd, and could be the best yet.
New York City
A trip to NYC is never a bad idea.
New York City is jam-packed full of different things to do for every personality. This would be a less relaxing vacation, and more activity-based. For one person, I would set aside about $1000 or more for the whole trip, this is not including the shopping.
One of the most beautiful tropical destinations you can visit. I've never been here before, but it's definitely on my list.
The Smokey Mountains
The Smokey Mountains stretch from upper Georgia to Virginia. If you want relaxation and a beautiful backdrop, this is the place for you. You can get a huge cabin on top of a mountain without breaking the bank.
I have always wanted to go to every major city in Texas over Spring Break and get to experience all the state has to offer. I've been to a couple of places in Texas, but I never got the opportunity to spend some real time there.
On the border of Mexico and the United States, I loved the culture I experienced when traveling here. There's a sense of peace within San Diego that you won't experience in many other places.
I mean, basically the capital of the United States right now. Anything and everything is located in Los Angeles, but the travel expenses there will rack up super easy.
Make sure you have an updated passport! I think Canada would be a really cool place to visit.
I have always wanted to go here, and I feel like its a unique place to visit with friends.