TOP BEST UNDER THE RADAR TRAVEL DESTINATIONS IN AMERICA FROM CITIES TO DAY TRIPS AND NATIONAL PARKS, THESE ARE ALL PLACES THAT DESERVE A BIT MORE ATTENTION!
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The US is vast: 3.797 million square miles to be exact. Yet when it comes to choosing a vacation, we often limit ourselves to a tiny fraction of the country.
There are plenty of good reasons we would want to visit Yosemite National Park in August, along with 600,000 other people, or skiing in Vail, Colorado, in the winter, with 1.6 million others, but for those prepared to go off the beaten track, there are a lot of lesser-known places that are well worth a visit, especially if you’re looking to ditch the crowds.
We have put together a selection of our favorite underrated travel destinations — from cities to day trips and national parks, these are all places that deserve a bit more attention.
This rustic town in Central Texas was originally settled by Germans and named after a former Prussian prince.
Today it’s one of the state’s hidden gems, with a mix of unique 19th-century German architecture, a German market square, and a luxurious wine region in the surrounding Texas Hill County.
Tongue Point, Washington
You’ll find Tongue Point jutting out from the northern coastline of Washington State. At low tide, this is a prime place to spot sea life and birds as you walk across to the outcropping.
Conveniently, there’s a campground nearby, so you can stay and explore the stunning scenery or just swing by for a quick swim.
Topsail Island, North Carolina
Topsail is a barrier island that stretches 26 miles along the coast of North Carolina. It’s managed to stay low-key despite having some of the most beautiful beaches in the area, earning it rave reviews on TripAdvisor.
If you want to avoid the normal hustle and bustle of other seaside beaches in summer, this is the place to visit. The average cost to rent a house for four people is $276 a night on Airbnb.
Brainerd Lakes, Minnesota
There are more than 500 lakes in the Brainerd Lakes area, so there’s plenty to explore. The serene waters make the lakes a good place for kayaking, waterskiing, and paddleboarding. You’ll want to head to Lake Mille Lacs for a swim.
Lake George islands, New York
Spending the summer in Lake George is certainly not a well-kept secret, but camping on the small islands in the middle of the lake is.
These 44 state-owned islands host a combined 387 campsites. Each shoreline site has its own dock for at least one boat, a fireplace, a picnic table, and a toilet, and it costs $28 to $33 to stay a night.
The islands are accessible only by boat, so guests have the option to rent a boat for their stay or pay to be dropped off and picked up.
Ross Lake, Washington
Deep in the North Cascades National Park in Washington state, this is one of the most remote places to visit in the US.
The lake is 23 miles long and surrounded by dense forest. Along the edge of the lake are several state campsites that can be reached foot or by boat.
Hermann is a picturesque town on the banks of the Missouri River. It was originally settled by German immigrants who are believed to have chosen this area because of its striking similarity to the Rhine Valley in Germany.
Mackinac Island, Michigan
This island is so special that the entire piece of land is listed as a National Historic Landmark. Mackinac has been a popular vacation spot since the 1880s but has managed to keep its charm.
No cars are permitted on the island, which leaves only horses, bikes, and buggies as modes of transportation. Fortunately, there’s plenty to explore on foot, not least of which is the main street, lined with Victorian buildings and fudge shops.
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