Small-town hospitality, gorgeous historic buildings, and all the excitement of the New River Gorge are what make Fayetteville, West Virginia, one of America’s coolest small towns.
At the turn of the century, Jekyll Island was one of the most coveted vacation destinations for America’s jet-set luminaries. Today, the resort has opened its ranks to a much wider variety of holiday makers, with golf courses and year-round festivals.
Outdoors and adventure activities are plentiful in Pismo Beach, including golfing, bicycling, tennis, hiking, horseback riding, and scuba diving. The area boasts miles of beautiful, clean beaches with pools, coves, and caves that visitors can explore.
If ever there were an all-purpose park, southwestern Pennsylvania’s Ohiopyle State Park would be it. Looking for waterfalls? It has four, which seems as if it must have inspired Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater house, just five miles away.
The largest rails-to-trails conversion in America, the 240-mile Katy Trail spans Missouri’s midsection from Clinton in the west to Machens in the east, along the former track of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad