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Last minute Labour Day weekend getaways with HomeExchange

Labour Day is around the corner, and it’s not too late to arrange a one-of-a-kind stay in a new, exciting place. With HomeExchange, the world's largest home exchange platform, you can have access to thousands of homes across North America. Transport yourself (and your family!) to an entirely new place without forgoing the familiar.

With pay-per-night ($15) or annual membership options ($170), HomeExchange not only offers the opportunity to save money, but also allows family to experience a comfortable setting with something for everyone. Whether it’s a lush backyard, a fully-equipped kitchen, a cozy living room, bikes to ride, or toys and games for the kids, the mundane sameness of hotels is replaced with an underlying feeling of authenticity and a more suitable family vacation home!



This modern mountain home is located in the heart of Fernie, an iconic ski destination in the Rocky Mountains of beautiful British Columbia. This home’s extra-large and very private backyard is perfect for summertime barbecues and nighttime hot tub soaks, whatever the season.
Sleeps: 6


Only five minutes from downtown Kingston, ON, this home rests in Portsmouth Village on the shore of Lake Ontario. There is a patio table perfect for dining al fresco, comfortable chairs for afternoon tea or an evening cocktail, and an inground solar heated swimming pool, which stays open from late May to early September, perfect for tanning or taking a few laps.
Sleeps: 6


This log house is the perfect place to escape from urban life and is only 50 minutes from Québec City. This nature-lover refuge has direct access to a lake, a spa, and a private beach volleyball field.
Sleeps: 14


Charming Vermont mountain home located on 139 private acres. This home boasts spectacular long-range views of Vermont and New Hampshire that you can take in from the plush sofa or while sipping a glass of wine on the deck. There are private mountain biking and hiking trails nearby, a private swimming pond and pond house, indoor and outdoor showers, a second guest house, and a barn with ping pong table.
Sleeps: 5


This stunning Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home is located in an idyllic Oak Park neighborhood with fantastic nearby restaurants and many things to do. The city of Chicago, IL is only 25 minutes away. The home’s large backyard with gardens, decks, and an in-ground swimming pool are perfect for family get-togethers!
Sleeps: 8


This modern home is located on an acre of private land in a small gated community in West Austin, TX. The house has a Chef's kitchen and a stunning outdoor area complete with a pool and beautiful terrace that can be enjoyed in complete privacy. Moreover, you’re only 20 minutes from downtown Austin.
Sleeps: 15



This home sits on a cul-de-sac in a quiet, friendly gated community near Palm Springs, CA. This gem has a beautiful large stone patio with a built-in gas barbecue and bar, a private saltwater pebble-bottom pool and spa with three waterfalls, surrounded by lush and night-lit palm trees and flowers. Palm Springs is also a great place to get out and hike, bike, or hit a tennis or golf ball.
Sleeps: 6

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