Many families capitalized on the long weekend and did things they normally don't have time for in two days.
But others told me their vacation is just starting and they're getting out of town.
"We work hard and now we get to play hard as well," Travis Greenlee said.
Another Monday to some is a holiday for many others, and most families are taking the time to spend it together.
“It's nice to have a day off, I get to spend more time with my family,” Dana Merritt said. “My husband works for the hospital so we don't have as much time except on weekends so it's kind of nice to get three days in a row."
Main Street was the place to be. People were out enjoying the nice day by walking around downtown, even though there were not many places to go.
“I was actually kind of shocked that there wasn't more stores open downtown with everyone being down here,” Merritt said. “It seems a little more family orientated since more people have the day off."
And others are taking this national holiday to start their vacation instead of ending it.
“We're on our way to Lake Powell,” Steve Clark said. “We're going to camp along the beach, we got the ski boat, a few tents and a camper mobile and we're just going to be on the water everyday."
“So we get down there when everybody else is heading back to school and everything else,” Greenlee said. “The water is going to be 80 degrees, it should be 90 degrees out there so we're feeling pretty blessed."
Still not everyone is feeling blessed this Labor Day. Some are celebrating with actual labor.
"My wife is working she's not going to be able to join us for a few more days,” Clark said. “So all the merchants people that you count on being there, having that store open whether it's the supermarket or we had a little mechanical issue and we found a place."
"Everybody that's just really making the commitment to do what they do and what they love,” Greenlee said. “It could be the teachers, it could be firemen and anybody that's here to support us especially the service professionals."