7 vacation spots to check out in America
When you think of vacationing in America what comes to mind? New York? Grand Canyon? Disneyland? These are popular vacation destinations and for good reasons. They are spectacular.
If you’re looking for something a little different though, the list below consists of vacation spots that are a little more off the beaten path but worth checking out.
Maui has been long thought of as a honeymoon destination. This is just not true. Whether your travelling solo, with your family, friends, or on your honeymoon, Maui has something for everyone.
Activities range from tours of sugar cane plantations, ziplining, snorkelling with sea turtles, visiting volcanic shorelines or just relaxing on the beautiful beaches. There is no shortage of activities in Maui, making it an excellent vacation spot.
The Golden Isle, Georgia
Dripping in southern hospitality, this culturally rich hot spot is teeming with fun for you. You can stay in a luxurious hotel or rent a cabin in the woods secluded from everyone, whatever your fancy. Offering various tours, many small towns to explore and beaches to check out, you are in for a treat vacationing in The Golden Isles
- Asbury Park, New Jersey
This is one of the countries music capitals and a New Jersey gem indeed. After visiting Asbury park, you can venture to the boardwalk. Another gem of New Jersey and probably the most famous.
New Jersey has a lot to offer to vacationers looking to let loose and enjoy some nightlife. Of course, we can’t leave out the beaches. There’s something for everyone waiting at the Jersey shore.
- Jackson Hole, Wyoming
If being in nature is what you’re looking for on your vacation, then Jackson hole will be a vacation paradise for you. Jackson Hole is located near not one but two national parks, Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone National Park, and near Bridger-Teton National Forest. If you’re looking to explore mountains, lakes, forests and stumble upon a hot spring or two, Jackson Hole would be your perfect vacation spot.
- The Willamette Valley, Oregon
This is Oregon’s leading wine region with 531 wineries and 715 vineyards. The main attraction is the Pinot Noir; you can also indulge in Pinot blanc, chardonnay, Riesling, sparkiling wine, cabernet, merlot, and many more wines. This vacation destination offers high-end luxury hotels to quaint and cozy B&B’s.
The Willamette Valley also offers hiking and biking trails, hot air balloon rides, galleries, and so much more.
- Indianapolis, Indiana
Indianapolis is known as the racing capital of the world, thanks to the Indianapolis motor speedway and museum. If racing isn’t your thing, Indianapolis has so much more to offer you. This is a great family vacation. There is the children’s museum, which is one of the biggest attractions in the city. With tons of exhibits, this museum is sure to fascinate your children and keep them busy. There is also a zoo, and you could even catch a baseball game.
- Asheville, North Carolina
The Blue Ridge Parkway is infamous for its breathtaking views and spectacular landscapes. This is one of the most famous highways in America. Asheville is a small town close to The Blue Ridge Parkway. Making this town a perfect spot to stay while checking out