Now that the weather is heating up incredibly quickly, it's time to plan your next summer getaway.

We understand you're looking for an escape from all of the sweltering heat and sweaty subway stations while on a budget. It's kind of hard to find such places that are close enough to home to be cheap, but far enough to be considered a vacation.

Well, the Gateway National Recreation Area has the exact destination you've been searching for, Gothamist reports.

Gateway National Recreation Area and Getaway are partnering up this summer to place three tiny pop-up houses in random spots along the city's harbor shore. Visitors can have a mini retreat within a relatively isolated location in NYC.

From Memorial Day to Labor Day, you can book a stay at these cabins fit for two. They can be anywhere in Fort Tilden, Jacob Riis Park, Floyd Bennett Field, Great Kills Park, Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge and Canarsie Pier.

You won't be able to know the exact location of your cabin until after the reservation is made. This is the perfect romantic retreat nestled in the woods for you and your boo.

A National Park Service spokesperson wouldn't tell the Gothamist exactly where the Getaway homes are. However, the site confirmed that they are harborside and about 30 minutes from Prospect Park via Uber.


Reportedly, you can also take a stroll along a nearby boardwalk or go for a ride on a nearby bike path.

Each cabin comes with a mini fridge, a fan, a bed, a toilet, cooking essentials and running water. You can book your stay for $150 per night through Getaway's website.



Now, you have the perfect spot for recharging, roasting s'mores and reconnecting with your love. 

[Feature Image Courtesy Instagram] [via Gothamist]