Summer or Fall, we live in one of the most beautiful places in the world and its right outside our back door. Congratulations to Cheyenne!

Is Labor Day the end of summer or the start of fall? Travelocity says more than 30 percent of all Labor Day bookings are made the week before, Labor Day Weekend, is it the last weekend of summer, or the first weekend of fall?

Travelocity® surveyed 1,000 Americans and found that by a three to one margin, most people are not ready for summer to end, hoping for at least one more warm summer weekend. However, with more than a quarter of Americans (30 percent) identifying the Labor Day weekend as the start of fall, a significant number of people are looking forward to the cool, crisp temperatures of autumn as well.

“Celebrated annually on the first Monday of September, Labor Day is often seen as a last chance for fun in the sun at the beach or the lake. But since it is also a time when kids are going back to school and football season is getting into full swing, the question becomes: Is Labor Day the end of summer or the beginning of fall?” according to prnewswire.

Travelocity's top picks for an "Endless Summer":

 

Destination Average Sept.
Temperature
Average Labor
Day Weekend
2015/2016 Daily
Hotel Rate
Corpus Christi, TX 80.8°F $153.58
Las Vegas, NV 81.3°F $133.81
Miami, FL 82.4°F $138.96
Key West, FL 83.4°F $255.81
Phoenix, AZ 86°F $106.99

 

Travelocity's top picks for an "Early Autumn"
Destination Average Sept.
Temperature
Average Labor
Day Weekend
2015/2016 Daily
Hotel Rate
Helena, MT 56.1°F $105.03
Cheyenne, WY 56.6°F $100.46
Flagstaff, AZ 57.8°F $153.31
Portland, ME 58.7°F $208.89
Colorado Springs, CO 59.8°F $140.31

 

Summer or Fall, we live in one of the most beautiful places in the world and its right outside our back door. Congratulations to Cheyenne!

The Travelocity Labor Day Survey was conducted by Wakefield Research among 1,000 nationally representative U.S. adults ages 18+.