If you missed out on a summer vacation, these spots are perfect for fall and even have a summery feel to them.

1. CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN RESORT, COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO

On 200 scenic acres, with golf, tennis, spa, a 35-acre lake with loads of water action, and plenty of hiking trails nearby, this 316-room resort provides a grand location from which to explore “The Springs.” Cozy up around a beach bonfire, go paddle boarding at sunset or play Marco Polo in the pool.

INFO cheyennemountain.com, visitcos.com

2. HAWAII

On the big island, combine beach time with volcano viewing at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, where volcanoes Kilauea and Mauna Loa are both active. Hike or bike up to a viewpoint, to catch the stunning sight of luminous lava pouring into the Pacific Ocean. For a different kind of sensory experience, venture to Maui and spend time with local farmers growing more than 45 varieties of sweet-smelling lavender.

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INFO marriotthawaii.com

3. FAIRMONT SCOTTSDALE PRINCESS, SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA

A 30th birthday bash is underway at this Sonoran desert resort where the fun includes swimming with mermaids, new virtual reality rides, weekend throwback pool parties, dive-in movies and fireworks every Saturday night. Dig your toes in the white sand at the Sunset Beach pool or join the festivities at the Sonoran Splash pool, where water slides, music and games up the fun factor.

INFO fairmont.com/scottsdale, experiencescottsdale.com

4. TERRANEA RESORT AND SPA, RANCHO PALOS VERDES, CALIFORNIA

Perched above the Pacific on 102 acres, the stunning views from this oceanfront oasis are reason enough for a visit. Check in and enjoy sea kayaking, strolling along the Discovery Trail, the Tide Pool Kids Club and a kid-friendly resort pool. For dinner, reserve a table and enjoy the views from Mar’sel, the perfect venue for a romantic evening.

INFO terranea.com

5. TIMBERLINE LODGE, MOUNT HOOD, OREGON

Located in Oregon’s Mount Hood National Forest, this magnificent lodge was built in 1937 and has long served as the centerpiece of a mountain playground where families ski, hike, dine, mountain bike, learn about the local flora and fauna and simply enjoy the high-altitude natural beauty.

INFO timberlinelodge.com, traveloregon.com