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December 30, 2019
June 27, 2022

While some may dread the winter season, others find joy in embracing the wonderland. Whether you are the type that loves snow, or you like spending your winters indoors, these winter destinations for locum tenens has something for everyone.


Connecticut during the winter is absolutely beautiful. Lake Compounce, located in Bristol, Connecticut is always a must-see this time of year. It has lights galore, hot cocoa, food trucks and even the man in red himself. To warm up, a unique place to visit in Connecticut is the Yale University Art Gallery. Here you can walk about aimlessly while appreciating works of art by some of the world's most famous artists including Monet, Picasso, and van Gogh --- it's also free to the public.


Whether you love being outside or prefer to stay cozy indoors, this winter destination has everything. The Berkshires of western Massachusetts provide everything from skiing on the slopes, to beautiful boutiques and plenty of breweries. Massachusetts is also a great winter destination for history buffs. From the Old Manse, a place where Nathanial Hawthorne and Ralph Waldo Emerson once called home, to the first battle of the Revolutionary War, you can stroll back through time and learn more about American history.


Michigan is known for outdoor activities. Whether you want to ski in the mountains, skate on frozen lakes or drive snowmobiles through pine tree-lined forests, Michigan is guaranteed to offer a fun and active winter. In fact, Michigan ranks second in the nation for the number of skiing areas found in a single state. You can experience soft, snow-covered slopes with incredible views and resorts that offer top-notch amenities.


Ohio is often overlooked as a winter destination. However, if there is one thing Ohio does right in the winter it's decorating with holiday lights. Some of the top light displays to visit are the PNC Festival of Lights at the Cincinnati Zoo, the Columbus Zoo Lights, and the Clifton Mill Lights.  Many people are also surprised to learn that you can ski and snowboard in Ohio. Mad River Mountain is Ohio's largest ski resort with over 20 trails to choose from and beautiful landscape.

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