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This scenic coastal resort town is situated at the tip of Cape Cod, giving visitors access to excellent beaches, unique shops, and art galleries! Enjoy over 30 miles of beaches, all part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. The two most popular beaches are Herring Cove and Race Point. Enjoy festivals throughout the summer months, whale-watching experiences, and beautiful lighthouses!
Providence combines its friendliness of a small town with the sophistication of a big city! The river boat tours highlight historical and architectural points of interest perfect for any history buff. Also check out downtown Providence’s incredible WaterFire art installation if you have a chance!
From the Mark Twain House and Bushnell Park, to the Connecticut Science Center and Wadsworth Athenaeum, there’s plenty to explore in Hartford! In 1868, Mark Twain wrote, "Of all the beautiful towns it has been my fortune to see this is the chief." Riverside Park offers picnic areas, walking trails, a boathouse and playgrounds perfect for family trips.
The Poconos, PA
You’ll want to add the Poconos to your list of picturesque places to visit. With winding roads, waterfalls, and hiking trails, this destination caters to all nature lovers. If you’re looking to try the Appalachian Trail, you can explore 45 miles of it in the Poconos area! For golfers, there are over 35 courses to tee off.
Home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the city of Cleveland has a lot to offer! You can fill up an entire day of activities by spending time at the local amusement park, Cleveland Botanical Garden, or watching a baseball game. If you’re looking for a great place to eat, you don’t have to look any further! Cleveland has a number restaurants awarded by the James Beard Foundation.
When you stop in Indiana, be sure to try a slice of Sugar Cream Pie, Indiana’s unofficial state pie! Take in gorgeous views of Lake Michigan, from Michigan City, then head over to Indiana Dunes State Park for beach access and some well-deserved relaxation.
The Second City is second to none when it comes to delicious food and exciting nightlife. Check out a comedy show or take in a baseball game at one of the most iconic parks in the country. And don’t forget to grab a traditional Chicago-style pizza!
Des Moines, Iowa
If you’re looking for unique travel experiences, Des Moines gives you that! Visit the Papppajohn Sculpture Park, Salisbury House – a 1920s stone mansion, or Prairie Meadows Casino. This Midwestern city will also host the Iowa State Fair from August 9-19!
There’s a reason why Denver is consistently ranked as one of the healthiest cities in the United States. You’re surrounded by breathtaking natural scenery that provides postcard worthy photos and unforgettable views! Although a popular ski destination, Denver is also known for its outstanding hiking trails. Check out Ouzel Falls, Royal Arch Trail, and Roxborough State Park!
Salt Lake City, Utah
For a tour of the city’s top attractions climb aboard the Salt lake Trolley! The Clarke Planetarium and Natural History Museum are also great spots to visit in the summer. Explore the restaurant scene on Main Street for a variety of eateries ranging from Mediterranean, American bistro, Mexican, and more!
Southwest Nevada offers stunning views of the mountains and dessert area! Enjoy the scenery of mountain peaks and escape the chaos of big city living on this drive. Lone Mountain and Boundary Peak sit near the border of California, just south of Route 6, providing beautiful views while driving!
Long Beach, California
The coastal city of Long Beach is best known for its waterfront attractions: the Aquarium of the Pacific and retired ocean liner, RMS Queen Mary! Surround yourself with palm trees, perfect weather, and fine dining. Long Beach dining is a feast for the eyes and taste buds! The city is jeweled with an extensive offering of delicious food and exotic dining.