The sun is hot, the sky is a clear blue, and nothing sounds more enticing than a day at the beach. The only thing stopping you from the perfect weekend getaway is the money. You’d love to book that dream vacation, if only you didn’t have to (literally) pay the price. But a quick vacation doesn’t have to break the bank. Here are seven spots that will wow you with their beauty, history, and low cost.

#1 Big Pine Key, FL

Experience the Florida Keys, renowned for its picturesque clear water and unruly vegetation. Make sure to check out Bahia Honda State Park for an entry fee of just $8.50 per vehicle, where you can relax at the beach and rent a paddleboard, kayak, or snorkeling gear. The park contains over 500 acres of scenic beaches, and you can reserve a 6-person cabin for only $120 per night.

 
 
 
 
 
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#2 Sedona, AZ

While the lodging here may be a little pricier than other spots on the list, you can enjoy Sedona by day at almost no cost. Hike for free on the majestic red landscape of Cathedral Rock, Doe Mountain Trail, or Fay Canyon. Spend your evenings wandering through Uptown Sedona as you window browse its quaint shops, lively restaurants, and art galleries. Just be sure to pack the sunscreen!

 
 
 
 
 
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#3 Glacier National Park, MT

Montana’s Glacier National Park contains 700 miles of virtually untouched lakes, mountains, and forests. If you’re not in the mood for a hike, go for a drive on the 52 mile-long Going-to-the-Sun Road, which offers some of the most spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains. Try fully immersing yourself in the park’s natural beauty by staying on one of its thirteen campgrounds for just $10-$23 per night.

 
 
 
 
 
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#4 Memphis, TN

Memphis is emerging as one of the top destinations in the South, and between its rock ‘n’ roll roots and delicious barbeque, it’s easy to see why. With a little hunting, you can find quality hotels for just over $100 per night. Go for a ride downtown on one of the city’s vintage trolleys and take in the culture of Beale Street, home of the blues. Of course, you can’t take a trip Memphis the without visiting Graceland, Elvis Presley’s estate.

 
 
 
 
 
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#5 Myrtle Beach, SC

It’s easy to dismiss Myrtle Beach as a destination solely for college students on spring break. However, its reputation makes it very affordable, and you can find some quality lodging for cheap. The arcades and rides at the boardwalk will make you feel like a kid again, but if you’re looking to avoid the more commercial side of town, book a hotel with a private beach, such as Ocean Creek Resort.

 
 
 
 
 
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#6 Savannah, GA

Savannah is the epitome of Southern charm, and its antebellum architecture with walkways shaded by Spanish moss will whisk you away into another time. Take a leisurely stroll through Forsyth Park and the Savannah Historic District, then return home to your hotel which you can book for around $120 per night. The city is also known for its comfort food, so don’t forget to savor some biscuits and fried chicken during your weekend stay.

 
 
 
 
 
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#7 Olympic National Park, WA

Bordering 70 miles of coastline lies Olympic National Park, where you can hike, fish, and climb through the lush rainforests of the Pacific Northwest. For the perfect end to your day, catch the sunset on Rialto Beach as a dusky orange glow surrounds its sea stacks. The park offers plenty of cozy cabins to rent on-site, or if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, go with some friends and camp out at a starting cost of $40 per night for a group of ten.

 
 
 
 
 
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You deserve a weekend off, and these destinations will let you travel without stressing out about the cost. But if you do end up staying in town, check out our list of a dozen cheap date ideas, so you and your partner can enjoy a romantic evening without a hefty price tag.