Small Towns to Visit in Each of the 50 United States
When it comes time to pick your next travel destination, some of the more common cities might top your list.
New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, Seattle — these are definitely places you must visit at least once, but there are some smaller cities that should round out your travel bucket list.
Perched on top of Lookout Mountain, Mentone is tourist destination because of its picturesque views and charming shops.
Cordova is quaint fishing village 140 miles east of Anchorage in the Copper River Delta. Nestled in the shadow of Mount Eccles, the town has epic mountain views.
This former mining town has charming historic architecture, quirky street art and epic red mountain views.
Eureka Springs, Arkansas
The town features carefully restored Victorian buildings and natural splendor — nestled in the Ozarks, it is surrounded by over 60 natural springs.
As the only incorporated town on Catalina Island, Avalon enjoys the distinction of being California’s only coastal island town.
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