va·ca·tion: an extended period of leisure and recreation, especially one spent away from home or traveling
Leisure. Recreation. Travel. Are you packing your bags yet?
On this day (National Plan Your Vacation Day), it is important to remind ourselves to take a break, take some time off, take a vacation.
Pick a place you want to visit and GO! Maybe you will end up somewhere unexpected.
what·you·un·ex·pect: the unique expression one will use to describe their experiences in Columbia, Missouri
CoMo offers something for everyone, which makes it the ideal vacation destination.
Diverse dining options, breathtaking parks and trails, shopping for all tastes, sports for watching and playing and home to festivals you have to see to believe.
This is what awaits you in Columbia, but there’s more to it than that.
The food you can find in Columbia is second to none.
No matter what you are craving, there is a new place to try and favorites to return to.
Visit the District in downtown Columbia for a wide variety of dining options.
Whether you are walking or bicycling, you will see views unlike anything you have ever seen before.
There is always a new trail to wander on and a new discovery to be made before you reach your destination.
Rock Bridge Memorial State Park and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial at Battle Garden are worth exploring.
Shops, boutiques and a mall await you, and each one has something new and unique to offer.
Local artisans create charm-filled pieces you cannot find anywhere else.
The District and the North Village Arts District can offer shopping, art and cultural experiences to your stay.
Home to the Mizzou Tigers, Columbia regularly hosts SEC teams in a wide variety of sports.
Sporting events like the Show-Me State Games and countless others are held here every year.
The Harmony Bends Championship Disc Golf Course is an acclaimed course worth visiting.
Festivals like Roots N Blues Festival, True/False Film Fest and Unbound Book Festival are held annually in Columbia.
Each event offers its patrons unique experiences that will always be remembered.
The True/False Film Fest is happening March 5-8, 2020, and passes are available now.
Make a plan today to visit Columbia and experience what you unexpect.