vacationland

noun
va·​ca·​tion·​land | \vā-ˈkā-shən-ˌland, və-\

Definition of vacationland 

: an area with recreational attractions and facilities for vacationers

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The fantasy vacationland restaurant where Maine meets the Mediterranean. Bon Appétit, Bon Appetit, "Nina June," 1 Aug. 2017 The fantasy vacationland restaurant where Maine meets the Mediterranean. Bon Appetit, "Nina June," 1 Aug. 2017 What started out in 1688 as a remote settlement for 176 French Huguenot refugees has evolved into a vacationland of significant beauty, with wine shops, art galleries, and a clutch of excellent restaurants. Town & Country, "The Best of Africa's Wine Country," 2 Apr. 2015

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First Known Use of vacationland

1927, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for vacationland

vacation entry 1 + land entry 1

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