Wouldn’t it be nice if you could plan your entire trip from start to finish, to have at your fingertips? Well, you can! Our “My Trip Planner” tool allows you to do just that. And here’s how to use it:
STEP 1: Visit our website! We recently updated the site (we’re pretty proud of it) and there are tons of new features for you to explore. All from the homepage, you can view some of our most recent social media posts, our top blog posts, trip ideas, and more.
STEP 2: Browse through local accommodations, restaurants, upcoming events, and things to do. The fastest way to browse each category is to use the links provided at the top of the page. This is the fun part!
STEP 3: As you come across things that interest you, click “Add to Planner.”
As you add your interests to your planner, your screen will now look like this:
STEP 4: Once you’ve finished adding things that interest you, click on the “Trip Planner” icon located in the top right of your screen, right in between the current temperature icon and the search icon.
At this point, your planner will look something like this. Yay! Wasn’t that easy-peasy-lemon-squeezy?
STEP 5: Now, if you’re happy with the trip you’ve planned out, you can enter your email address to share the plan with yourself, or add the emails of friends and family so they’ll know the itinerary and everyone will be on the same page.
STEP 6: Well, actually there isn’t a step 6. Because you’re all finished! Wasn’t that super easy and convenient? You were able to pick your lodging, restaurants, and all the activities that interest you, as well as check out events that will be happening during your trip…all in just a few clicks. Now you can print your itinerary, or keep it close by in email so you can check it out anytime.
If you have more specific questions about your upcoming trip, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re more than happy to help. Otherwise, we hope you enjoy your trip and don’t forget to stop in the Visitors Bureau to say hi—we love chatting with all the different travelers that visit the area.