Bar Harbor embodies the best of small-town Maine. This tranquil getaway on the East Coast offers a variety of bed-and-breakfast options as well as several chances for outdoor recreation.
This Colorado hamlet entices tourists with its gorgeous surroundings and charming Mountain Town. With more than 2,000 acres of terrain, Telluride's slopes draw a large number of skiers.
With 2,500 acres of skiable land and over 400 inches of snowfall annually, Jackson Hole has become well-known.
Visitors to Lake Tahoe are free to select their own trip. In the winter, ski at the quaint, intimate Homewood Mountain Resort, or in the summer, swim and enjoy the sun at Kings Beach State Recreation Area.
This little Arizona town offers the ideal balance of excitement and tranquilly. Nature lovers will enjoy the more than 200 hiking routes, while holistic aficionados will be drawn to the vortexes and tourists seeking relaxation will enjoy the opulent spas.
This community in eastern Utah acts as a starting point for trips to Canyonlands National Park's numerous canyons and buttes as well as Arches National Park's bizarre rock formations.
This Florida village draws tourists with its connections to Spanish colonial structures and unspoilt beaches.
The 17-Mile Road and the breathtaking Point Lobos State Natural Reserve are the greatest places to experience the area's geography.
A visit here should include sitting on the beach, observing the tidal pools and exploring the area's parks, which include showstoppers like Ecola State Park, Hug Point State Recreation Site and Oswald West State Park.
In this former gold rush town, breathtaking views of the Colorado mountains may be found all year long. Powder lovers swarm to Breckenridge's ski resorts during the winter to shred powder on its slopes.