day-trip

[dey-trip]
verb (used without object), day-tripped, day-tripping.
to travel as a day-tripper.

Origin:
back formation from day-tripper

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Backcountry paddling routes are limited, but there are many good day-trip options.
The zoological gardens are known as a great family day-trip.
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