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Ready to find your fall travel assignments? We are ready to place you in Arizona, Colorado, North Dakota, or Maryland, to name a few. There are lots of jobs available in the medical field so if you’re ready to give travel nursing a try, we’d love to talk to you! Here are our top picks.

Fall Travel Assignments in Arizona

 If you’d like to extend your summer a bit longer, consider Arizona for fall travel assignments. With more than 300 days of sunshine each year, Arizona is a prime destination for visitors of all ages. Flagstaff, Sedona, Supai, and of course the Grand Canyon provide opportunities to see tourist-y locations. The real treasure is in the hundreds of miles of neighborhood walking and biking trails as well as hiking trails. Wherever you are in Arizona, you can experience the beauty and wonder of the Southwest.

The Navajo Nation is a must-visit if you’re here or heading further west. The people pride themselves on their rich history, including arriving long before European settlers. With a population of more than 300,000, the Navajo Nation is the largest federally recognized Native American Indian Tribe in the United States. The community was hit hard by the pandemic so check Explore Navajo and similar resources to see if and when events are happening.

If you stay for the winter, head to Arizona Snowbowl in Flagstaff or Sunrise Park Resort near Pinetop for outdoor activities. They may even have a few fall happenings as well.

Visit the Arizona Job Board to learn where we have opportunities.

Colorado

 As far as fall travel assignments go, we think Colorado is among the best spots. Filled with craft breweries, foodies, and outdoor adventure, there are always things to do. Rocky Mountain National Park is 415 square miles, including Trail Ridge Road which crests at 12,000 feet, as well as more than 300 miles of hiking trails. Check ahead of time as summer can be brutal in terms of wildfires and access may be limited.

Oh, the horror. Named as one of the 20 Coolest Film Festivals by MovieMaker Magazine, the Telluride Horror Show is happening in October. It is Colorado’s first and largest horror film festival that includes three days of horror, suspense, thriller, and sci-fi movies from around the globe. Many of the movies are being seen in the United States for the first time.

Visit the Colorado Job Board to learn where we have opportunities.

North Dakota 

North Dakota is a beautiful state. With less than a million people, there are views and wildlife for miles. Theodore Roosevelt National Park is one of 30 Must-See Destinations in the state. The Park includes the North Dakota Badlands where you may see buffalo, deer, elk, bighorn sheep, among others.

Fargo, more than a movie, with a population of approximately 125,000 Fargo is the largest city in the state as well as a popular destination. While the movie of the same name offered Midwest accents and flat land, both of which are somewhat accurate, Fargo offers outdoor adventure, live music, and local food.  Whatever you want to eat, Fargo will have an option for you.

The easternmost part of the state is the Southern Red River Valley. The area separates the state from Minnesota and provides visitors with a 10-mile wide valley that is about 800 feet above sea level. There are so many curves and bends in the river, it is called the most crooked river in the world.

If you’re thinking about heading to North Dakota for your fall travel assignments, check out the AB Staffing Job Board for the state.

Maryland

When you think about post-summer travel, consider Maryland. Take a drive to see the fall foliage from Patapsco Valley State Park and head to Ellicott City’s Main Street for antiquing. Hike, bike, and camp at the C&O Canal National Historic Park. Eat authentic Maryland crab cakes and seafood at one of many restaurants and breweries across the state. Enjoy live music with friends. Maryland has much to enjoy.

Other top cities to check out are Bethesda, which was ranked one of the Top 20 Best Places to live in the US., Ocean City, which is famous for its boardwalk and shopping, Baltimore which has great art museums, and Annapolis, the sailing capital of the U.S.

If you’re interested in learning more about contracts in Maryland, visit the Maryland Job Board.

We have positions available across the country so if you’re thinking about another city or state you’d like to visit, give us a call. The AB Staffing team is here to guide you through the process of becoming a traveler so that you can care for patients and enjoy visiting other parts of the country. Contact us today to learn more.

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