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Reis kan redelik duur en vermoeiend raak, veral as u 'n topbestemming besoek waarheen almal vinnig jaag. Daarom trek soveel globetrotters na bestemmings wat minder gereis word. U sal dikwels agterkom dat die pad wat minder gereis word, nie noodwendig die gevolg is van 'n gebrek aan waarde nie. Die kos op minder gewilde plekke is net so lekker, maar goedkoper, die strande is nog rustiger sonder die menigte, en dit is makliker om 'n beter prys vir u hotelkamer te kry.

In meer as 50 state is Amerika vol pragtige natuurskoon, interessante historiese plekke, gekke museums en baie kuns, kultuur en natuurlik kos van wêreldgehalte. In 'n land so groot kan daar net soveel topbestemmings wees-daarom is dit nie moeilik om 'n wonderlike wegbreek te vind op 'n plek wat nie so bekend is nie. As u op soek is na 'n onontdekte plek nie ver van die huis vir u volgende reis nie, oorweeg dan 'n reis na die mees onderskatte vakansieplek in u staat.

Alabama: Little River Canyon National Preserve

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Little River Canyon National Preserve, geleë op die top van Lookout Mountain in die noordooste van Alabama, is geskep om Little River te beskerm, 'n watermassa wat die langste berg op die berg in Amerika is. Die rivier loop in die middel van die bergrug en het drie groot watervalle, waaronder DeSoto -waterval en Grace's High Falls, 'n seisoenale waterval wat die hoogste in Alabama is op 133 voet.

Alaska: Sitka

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Sitka, geleë op die hawe tussen die Sisters -bergreeks en die Golf van Alaska, is een van Alaska se verborge juwele, sowel as een van die mooiste dorpe in Amerika. Hierdie afgeleë stad is 'n wonderlike bestemming vir elke buitelug -avonturier wat hou van stap, boot, kajak of selfs klim - en ons kan ook nie die verskillende visvanggeleenthede vergeet nie.

Arizona: Tucson

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Tucson, 'n diverse stad met 'n sterk artistieke toneel en fantastiese Suidwestelike kombuis, is 'n moet vir almal wat Arizona besoek. Die Sonoran Dog, 'n unieke worsbroodjie toegedraai in spek en gebraai tot bros en in 'n gesplete broodjie gevul is, is een van die beste worsbroodjies in die land en kan gevind word by El Güero Canelo. U vind ook die beste donuts in Arizona by Young Donuts in Tucson, wat ook 'n lewendige naglewe het. Tucson hou baie van wyn, dus moet u 'n paar van die wynkelders of een van sy wonderlike kroeë probeer, soos die Kon Tiki Restaurant Lounge, ook die beste in die staat.

Arkansas: Bentonville

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Die stad Bentonville is 'n interessante mengsel van die Suidelike, klein dorpie en moderne globalisering danksy die ligging in die Midde-Suid en die merkbare teenwoordigheid van die Walmart-hoofkwartier. 'N Indrukwekkende kunsmuseum en filmfees moedig 'n sterk kreatiewe toneel aan en die plaaslike voedseltoneel is gevul met kookpunte van kulinêre gesofistikeerdheid. Bentonville het ook meer as 50 kilometer roetes en 22 parke vir al u stap- en fietsbehoeftes.

Kalifornië: Santa Catalina Island

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Hierdie groep eilande word algemeen bekend as eenvoudig Catalina Island, en is 36 kilometer van die kus van Suid -Kalifornië af, tegnies deel van die Los Angeles County. Beide snorkel en duik is gewilde pogings op die eiland Catalina, en Sea Trek is 'n duikervaring waar selfs beginners swemmers hoë-tegnologie duikhelms kan dra vir 'n onderwater begeleide staptoer. As dit te skrikwekkend is, is daar ook baie bootjies met 'n glasbodem en semi-duikbootritte. As u belangstel in 'n toer deur die natuurlewe en die geskiedenis op die land, is daar ook 'n eko -toer met 'n zipline beskikbaar.

Colorado: Estes Park

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Reg by die oostelike ingang van die Rocky Mountain National Park, is Estes Park 'n stad eerder as 'n park in die tradisionele sin - park, in die plaaslike dialek, kan verwys na 'n hooglandvallei of weide. Alhoewel toerisme van Julie tot September die swaarste is, is die omgewing pragtig en kan u altyd by The Wheel Bar vir ander toeriste wegkruip. Estes Park is ook 'n rustiger winterbestemming om die Colorado Rockies te geniet vanweë sy sneeuskoei en langlaufgeleenthede van wêreldgehalte. Die omgewing is ook ideaal om te kampeer, en besoekers geniet ook voetslaan, perdry, bergklim, fietsry, visvang, voëlkyk en vlotvaart.

Connecticut: Mystic

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Mystic is net 'n dorpie met 'n bietjie meer as 4000 mense, maar dit is 'n wonderlike toeristeplek in Connecticut vanweë die pragtige jachthavens, winkels en akwariums. Mystic Seaport's The Museum of America and the Sea is die grootste seevaartmuseum van die land, ideaal vir maritieme geskiedenisgeeste, en die Olde Mistick Village is 'n buitelug -inkopie -ervaring met winkels, kos en vermaak vir die hele gesin.

Delaware: Bethany Beach

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Net 'n bietjie minder as 1 200 mense woon in die kusdorpie Bethany Beach in Delaware, maar meer as 15 000 besoek hulle elke somer. Die gebied is bekend vir sy rustigheid en vir die Bethany Beach-promenade, 'n goeie, goed versorgde afwisseling van meer gewilde bestemmings aan die kus, soos Atlantic City. Beide gholf en swem is gewilde besienswaardighede hier, maar die stad het ook oulike kafees en winkels wat u kan lees. Moenie Chief Little Uil misloop nie, die totempaal van 24 voet wat u in die stad verwelkom, of die stadsmuseum, wat die geskiedenis van die stad vanaf sy geboorte as 'n godsdienstige toevlugsoord beskryf.

Florida: St Augustine

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St Augustine, 'n geplaveide stad met meer as 400 jaar geskiedenis, is maklik die mooiste stad in die staat, en een van die beste bestemmings in die staat wat nie Disney is nie. Kyk na die oudste metselwerk, kom in en uit die vele winkels in St. George Street, of stop by een van die restaurante om 'n hap te eet. U word vinnig verlief op die atmosfeer van die stad.

Georgië: Cumberland Island

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Cumberland Island, een van die see -eilande aan die kus van die suidooste van die Verenigde State, is 'n klein eiland wat per veerboot vanaf St. Marys, Georgia, bereik kan word. Hier vind u soutmoerasse en eikebome, asook 27 kilometer se strand. Dit is ook bekend vir die wilde perde wat die eiland tuis noem, en is ook die habitat van witstertbokke, gordeldiere, wasbeer, eekhorings, krokodille en wildevarke.

Hawaii: Hana

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Hana is een van die wonderlike plekke in Hawaii wat nog nie deur toeriste oorskry is nie, wat dit 'n betreklik rustige bestemming maak. Dit is aan die suidoostelike punt van Maui geleë, 'n skilderagtige, maar avontuurlike paradys. Gaan stap langs die kranse van Wai'anapanapa State Park of besoek die wonderlike swart sandstrande, of besoek die stil Hamoa -strand. As u op soek is na 'n luukser vakansie, is Travassa Hana een van die beste allesomvattende oorde ter wêreld.

Idaho: Hells Canyon National Recreation Area

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Hells Canyon National Recreation Area, geleë op die grens van Idaho met Oregon, is baie aangenamer as wat sy naam sou suggereer. Die Slangrivier loop deur die ontspanningsgebied en skep 'n ongelooflike canyon en die diepste rivierkloof op die vasteland. Ideaal vir 'n skilderagtige wandeling of rit, en hier vind u ook goeie geleenthede vir rafting of jetbootvaart.

Illinois: Galena

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Hierdie stad in Illinois is vernoem na die mineraal wat in die omgewing ontgin is, maar is nou 'n wonderlike wegbreekplek vir diegene wat wil terugstap in die tyd. Die historiese distrik van Galena is selfs in die National Register of Historic Places. Ry 'n skilderagtige rit deur die golwende heuwels van die stad, en maak 'n wandeling in die sjarmante hoofstraat met 'n uitsig oor die Galenarivier. Die stad is ook die tuiste van Aldrich Guest House, een van die beste B & B's in die land.

Indiana: Nashville

Die skoonheid en kuns van die stad is die belangrikste basis vir toerisme in Nashville, Indiana. Nashville het al drie verkeersligte en 'n bevolking van 803, met die meeste inwoners wat as kunstenaars werk. Buiten die Brown County State Park, het Nashville wonderlike bed en ontbyt, kothuise, restaurante, kunsgalerye, winkels, musiekplekke en antiekhandelaars.

Iowa: Iowa City

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Iowa City het 'n sterk literêre kultuur, wat aangewys is as 'n UNESCO -stad vir letterkunde - die enigste in Noord -Amerika - en is die tuiste van die beroemde Writer's Workshop van die Universiteit van Iowa, wat spog met gegradueerdes soos Flannery O'Connor, T.C. Boyle, John Irving en Reza Aslan. Besoek in die somer om deel te neem aan die stad se Summer of the Arts-program, met ope-lugfilms, gratis konserte, 'n kunstefees en 'n jazzfees, of neem die Iowa City Book Festival elke jaar deel.

Kansas: Abilene

Die pragtig versorgde huise van Abilene is die ware skatte van hierdie stad. Dit is die tuisdorp van president Eisenhower, en u kan sy huis besoek by die Dwight D. Eisenhower -biblioteek en -museum. 'N Ander besienswaardigheid wat u in hierdie stad in Kansas moet sien, is die A.B. Seelye House, 'n pragtige herehuis en museum wat in 1905 gebou is vir A.B. Seelye, 'n magnaat vir patentmedisyne.

Kentucky: Bowling Green

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Bowling Green bied 'n paar van die beste suidelike geure en pret van Kentucky met 'n sterk kookkuns en tonne geskiedenis. Byna 100 hektaar grond is hier gereserveer vir parke en ontspanning, en liefhebbers van die buitelug het hier baie te doen, insluitend gholf, voetslaan en allerhande buitelugverkenning. Die pragtige kampus van die Wes -Kentucky Universiteit is hier geleë, en die studentebevolking het 'n sterk sosiale toneel tot stand gebring wat kroeë, restaurante en geleenthede insluit, soos die Bowling Green International Festival met kos, musiek, dans en meer uit die hele omgewing. wêreld.

Louisiana: Avery -eiland

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U herken miskien die naam Avery Island, maar uit 'n onwaarskynlike bron - 'n bottel Tabasco -sous. Die eiland (wat eintlik 'n soutkoepel is) is die tuiste van die beroemde spesery, en u sal nog steeds 'n fabriek daar vind, hoewel dit nie die enigste rede is om te besoek nie. Dit is drie myl binnelands van die Vermilionbaai in Louisiana geleë, en dit is ook die tuiste van 'n voëlreservaat en talle eksotiese plante, danksy die Avery -gesin waarna dit vernoem is (en vir wie u moet bedank vir die Tabasco).

Maine: Camden

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Hierdie kusdorp in Maine het baie plaaslike winkels en restaurante om besoekers besig te hou, maar daar is ook die Camden Hills om te verken. Slaan op die water en gaan seil, of gaan bergfietsry in die heuwels vir 'n opwindende Camden -ervaring. Die skilderagtige vuurtoring op Curtis Island dui die ingang van die stad se hawe aan.

Maryland: Chesapeake City

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Chesapeake City is 'n bekoorlike klein dorpie in Maryland met 'n bevolking van net meer as 700, geleë aan die Chesapeake- en Delaware -kanaal. 'N Pragtige waterkant met bome omring, maak dit een van die mooiste plekke in die Mid-Atlantiese gebied, veral gedurende die herfs. U vind 'n hele paar geboue en huise uit die negentiende eeu, waarvan baie sedertdien omskep is in restaurante, plaaslike geskiedenismusea en van die beste bed en ontbyt in Amerika.

Massachusetts: Nantucket

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Die eiland Nantucket is net 3,5 myl breed en 14 myl lank, maar die skoonheid en die idilliese atmosfeer daarvan trek al lank die Amerikaners en bekendes van die hoër klas, sowel as die gemiddelde Joe. Nantucket is uiters groenbewus, sodat alle besoekers die gevestigde herwinningstelsel van die eiland moet volg. Die skoonheid van hierdie stad in Massachusetts is grootliks te danke aan die Nantucket Conservation Foundation, wat 36 persent van die eiland sowel as die plaaslike wild bewaar. Die seelewe van Nantucket kan by die plaaslike akwarium gesien word - en geëet word by fantastiese seekosrestaurante soos die Nantucket Lobster Trap. Nantucket is ook 'n uiters veilige bestemming, en dit is bekend dat gesinne hul kinders self kan laat ronddwaal.

Michigan: Detroit

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Alhoewel Detroit die grootste en beroemdste stad in Michigan is, het Detroit nie die grootste reputasie na dekades van swaarkry onder sowel die ekonomie as die bevolking nie. Ten spyte van sy huidige reputasie, kom die terugkeerstad van Amerika egter regtig terug met 'n wraak as 'n wêreldbestemming, en haal dit selfs tot ons lys met die belangrikste bestemmings van hierdie jaar. Detroit het 'n herlewing beleef, danksy nuwe toevoegings en aantreklikhede, sowel as opknappings in sy vele historiese geboue en terreine. Geboorteplek van Motown en die tuiste van 'n sterk motorkultuur, die verlate geboue van die stad is omskep in kunsgalerye, distilleerderye en meer danksy die groeiende toneel van kunstenaars en jong opkomers. Onlangse toevoegings tot die stad sluit 'n hokkie- en basketbalarena in, en verskeie parke en hotelle gaan oor die volgende paar jaar oopmaak.

Minnesota: Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

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Een van die mees besoekte wildernisse in die land, Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, bestaan ​​uit meer as 'n miljoen hektaar woude, mere, strome en riviere. Dit is deel van die Superior National Forest in die noordooste van Minnesota en is 'n baie gewilde plek om te gaan stap, visvang en natuurlik kanovaarte.

Mississippi: Oxford

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Oxford is gesofistikeerd en skilderagtig, 'n suidelike juweel vol antebellum -argitektuur en 'n florerende kunste. Benewens verskeie uitvoerende kuns-venues van wêreldgehalte, vind u hier van die beste eet- en drinkgoed in die staat, asook baie wonderlike winkels in die plaaslike besit.

Missouri: Branson

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'N Besienswaardigheid wat u moet sien in die Amerikaanse hartland, Branson is 'n wonderlike wegbreekplek vir die hele gesin. Die somer is 'n goeie tyd om Silver Dollar City, 'n pretpark met 'n tema uit die 1880's, te besoek, terwyl Branson in die winter een van die beste stede in die land word vir Kersliggies. Daar is ook 'n hele paar indrukwekkende aandete wat u in Branson kan bywoon, waaronder een met 'n Dolly Parton -tema en die Showboat Branson Belle -aandete, asook museums soos die wêreld se grootste speelgoedmuseum en die Hollywood Wax Museum.

Montana: Bozeman

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Bozeman, 'n universiteitsdorp, het baie kos, naglewe en buitelugaktiwiteite. Die pragtige Gallatinrivier bied ernstige watersport, en die vele museums en kunsgalerye vorm 'n kulturele toneel wat baie vrugbaar is. Kyk na die Sweet Pea -fees wat elke somer gehou word en met kos, kuns, musiek, teater en meer aangebied word.

Nebraska: Toadstool Geologic Park

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Ver in die noordweste van Nebraska is Toadstool Geologic Park vernoem na die interessante paddastoelagtige rotsformasies wat sy landskap kenmerk. Dit word gereeld die 'slegte gebiede van Nebraska' genoem, en is 24 uur per dag oop en het 'n kilometerlange looproete om deur te gaan en die natuurskoon en die fossiele van die gebied wat langs die roete lê, te geniet.

Nevada: Reno

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Alhoewel Las Vegas opwindend kan wees, is Reno 'n bietjie minder besaai met toeriste en 'n bietjie meer uiteenlopend in sy aanbod. Benewens die vele casino's wat die stad bevolk, bied Reno se buiteluglandskap besoekers die geleentheid om fiets te ry op sy skilderagtige paaie en bergpaadjies, te ski op sy oorde en kajak in die kajakpark - sowel as met sy wilde perde. Burning Man word elke jaar nie ver hiervandaan gehou nie, wat Reno ook tydens die fees 'n gewilde blyplek maak.

New Hampshire: Exeter

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Exeter, geleë in die suidooste van New Hampshire, is een van die mooiste dorpe van New England. Die historiese middestad het pragtige geboue met kunsgalerye, restaurante, winkels en meer. Exeter, geleë waar die Exeterrivier die Squamscottrivier voed, het 'n skilderagtige waterfront en is 'n uitstekende plek vir buitelugaktiwiteite soos seil, fietsry en stap.

New Jersey: Point Pleasant Beach

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Point Pleasant Beach, wat gereeld verwar word met die buurdorp Point Pleasant, is 'n gewilde plek aan die Jersey Shore. Die somer is die beste tyd om die strand in New Jersey te bereik, en in die somermaande is daar vuurwerke sowel as Big Joe's Jersey Talent Show, 'n weeklikse geleentheid waaraan sowel inwoners as besoekers kan deelneem. Jenkinson's Boardwalk bied kos, speletjies, mini-gholf, arcades en 'n pretpark, en aan die einde van die somer word die Festival of the Sea aangebied, met seekos en inkopies.

New Mexico: Taos

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Twee uur van Santa Fe af, kan u die minder bekende bestemming Taos ontdek, 'n fantastiese bestemming in New Mexico wat ideaal is vir 'n bekostigbare somervakansie en die tuiste van meer as 20 nasionaal geregistreerde historiese plekke. U kan egter enige tyd van die jaar gaan; Taos is ideaal vir ski en kuns, en die Taos Ski Valley is 'n moet vir almal wat die suidwestelike hange wil probeer. U kan ook 'n draai maak om die Taos Pueblo te besoek, 'n inheemse Amerikaanse gemeenskap net noord van die stad wat oop is vir besoekers, solank u respek het. Die Rio Grande beteken ook baie beskikbare rivieravonture, en die Enchanted Circle is 'n self-begeleide rondleiding deur baie besoekers deur die skilderagtige omgewing van Taos.

New York: Duisend Eilande

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Tegnies geleë op die grens tussen die VSA en Kanada, is die Duisend Eilande 'n bestemming wat maklik vanaf die noorde van New York bereik kan word. Ongeveer 1700 eilande, waarvan slegs 'n paar groot genoeg is om mense te huisves, vorm hierdie skilderagtige toevlugsoord. Die belangrikste trekpleister is perfek vir seil en ander buitelugaktiwiteite, op Heart Island, die tuiste van die onvolledige Boldt-kasteel, met sy interessante agtergrond-'n miljoenêr wat die buitensporige struktuur wou bou vir sy vrou, wat in die middel van die konstruksie tragies oorlede is, hom om die projek skielik te beëindig en die kasteel te verlaat soos dit is.

Noord -Carolina: Blowing Rock

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Die klein dorpie Blowing Rock, geleë op die kruin van die Blue Ridge -berge in die westelike deel van die staat, is so veilig en sonderlinge as wat dit raak. As u in die hoofstraat stap, sal daar letterlik borrels om u dryf wat uit die borrelmasjien van die Martin House kom. Om daar te kom, is egter nie so veilig nie; 'n rotsagtige en effens senutergende bergoprit is nodig om hierdie idilliese stad te bereik, maar dit is meer as die moeite werd om te ry. 'N Wandelroete ongeveer 'n kilometer van Main Street af, die Glen Burney Trail, bied 'n bietjie uitdaging vir stappers, maar 'n mens kan versigtig die vele pragtige watervalle en groen geniet. Klimmers, vliegvissers en grotontdekkers het hier ook nogal wat om te doen, en diegene wat Fairy Hill bereik, sal die geleentheid kry om in die stroombedding te delf vir regte bergkristalle. Die Westglow Spa van die stad bied 'n bietjie luukse aan u Blowing Rock -ervaring, en daar is ook baie winkels. U moet ook nie vertrek sonder om 'n spesiale kers by die plaaslike High Country Candles te koop of 'n lekkergoed by Kilwin's Fudge Shop nie.

Noord -Dakota: Medora

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Sowat 130 mense woon in Medora, 'n klein dorpie in Noord -Dakota met 'n groot reputasie in sy tuisstaat. Dit is die tuiste van Little Missouri National Grassland, die grootste grasveld in die land, en die Medora Musical, 'n gewilde musiekblyspel in die Wilde Weste wat elke somer in 'n opelug-amfiteater speel. U vind ook die mees luukse Airbnb -kothuis in Noord -Dakota in Medora.

Ohio: Cleveland

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Cleveland word dikwels oor die hoof gesien as dit kom by Amerikaanse toeristebestemmings, wat verbasend is as u alles in ag neem wat dit ten opsigte van kultuur en ontspanning bied. 'N Driedaagse naweek hier is vol, want daar is soveel museums, parke, tuine, teaters en galerye dat die stad die digste konsentrasie kulturele besienswaardighede in die land het. 'N Absolute moet vir alle besoekers aan Cleveland is 'n besoek aan die Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Gaan na die plaaslike boeremark by West Side Market of besoek die huis uit A Christmas Story, wat die hele jaar oop is en presies lyk hoe dit in die film uitgebeeld is. Benewens die stadslewe, het Cleveland ook heelwat buitelugaktiwiteite, wat in die verlede as die "Forest City" verwys is; in die winter vind u baie plekke om te gaan stap, fietsry en selfs ski. Lake Erie is ook 'n wonderlike plek om op die strand te wandel, te swem, te hengel, te vaar en ander watersport.

Oklahoma: Stillwater

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Vanweë die grootliks jong bevolking danksy die teenwoordigheid van die Oklahoma State University, is Stillwater 'n stad wat baie feeste en geleenthede aanbied om die uitvoerende kunste, motors, kos en meer te vier. Die musikale erfenis van Stillwater is veral indrukwekkend, want dit is die tuiste van die rooi vuil -genre, 'n mengsel van rock, folk, blues en country, en so genoem vanweë die kleur van Oklahoman -grond. Kyk na Eskimo Joe's, 'n plaaslik beroemde restaurant met vier kroeë en tonne kollege studente, waar kunstenaars soos The All-American Rejects en Garth Brooks begin het en albei waar beide presidente Bush die kaas friet in die openbaar geprys het.

Oregon: Ashland

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Daar is baie aan die gang in Ashland, die tuiste van die Oregon Shakespeare -fees en die Oregon Cabaret Theatre. Kom in April vir die Ashland Independent Film Festival of die eerste Vrydag van enige maand vir die First Friday Artwalk, waar plaaslike kunsgalerye en wynkelders bymekaarkom om u van die beste plaaslike kultuur van Oregon te voorsien. Die Universiteit van die suide van Oregon is ook in Ashland, wat 'n aantal restaurante en kroeë aan die kollege stel, wat hierdie stad onder die radar moontlik die coolste in die staat maak.

Pennsylvania: Hershey

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Die "Sweetest Place on Earth" behoort bo -aan die emmerlys te wees vir elke liefhebber van Amerikaanse sjokolade. Die tuisdorp Milton S. Hershey, destyds Derry Church genoem voordat dit na hom herdoop is; dit was hier waar die chocolatier 'n sjokoladeplant vir sy groeiende onderneming gebou het. Vandag kom besoekers van regoor die wêreld na Hershey's Chocolate World vir 'n gratis rondleiding van die lekkergoed, benewens ander sjokoladeverwante uitstallings. Hershey Park is ook 'n groot trekpleister, 'n pretpark vol ritte, shows en winkels van alles wat Hershey -sjokolade bied. Vir planne wat nie lekkers is nie, is daar ook 'n dieretuin en 'n outomuseum, sowel as die Indian Echo Caverns wat besoekers kan verken.

Rhode Island: Block Island

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Block Island, geleë aan die kus van Rhode Island, is 'n bestemming wat bekend staan ​​as die perfekte plek vir 'n wegbreek vol strande, visvang, seil, voetslaan en fietsry. Toeriste wat hierheen kom, doen dit gewoonlik in die somer, maar dit is ook 'n wonderlike strand om in die herfs te besoek. Byna die helfte van die eiland is slegs met 'n boot of 'n klein vliegtuig toeganklik, maar dit is bewaringsgrond, wat beteken dat hierdie plek vir seker nog baie mooi sal bly.

Suid -Carolina: Greenville

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Alhoewel dit waarskynlik nie so cool soos Charleston is nie, is Greenville, Suid-Carolina, vol kultuur met geleenthede soos Euphoria Greenville ('n driedaagse kookfees), Artisphere ('n driedaagse kunstefees) en Fall for Greenville ('n driedaagse dag) straatfees vir kos en musiek). Ander kulturele geleenthede hier sluit in SC Comicon, die Upstate Shakespeare -fees, New South Comedy Festival en die Indie Craft Parade, en Greenville bied ook baie onafhanklike boetieks en koffiewinkels, soos Methodical Coffee. Greenville was ook te sien in 'n boek oor die beste kunsdorpe in die land, en het verskeie teatergroepe en musieklokale in die stad, sowel as 'n florerende sosiale danstoneel waar jy kontra -dans, die Lindy Hop of die Carolina Shag kan oefen.

Suid -Dakota: Sioux Falls

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Die groot buitelug van die Midde -Weste kan ten volle ervaar word by Sioux Falls, en 'n besoek aan Falls Park bied baie plekke om die natuurskoon van Suid -Dakota te sien. Met 'n uitkyk toring van vyf verdiepings in die park kan u die gelyknamige watervalle sowel as historiese geboue in die stad sien. Musea vertoon die geskiedenis en kultuur van die omgewing, sowel as die natuurlewe daarvan. Sertoma Park bied buitelugpret vir die hele gesin, met 'n groot deel wat geskik is vir kinders met vyf groot jungle -gimnasiums en baie piekniektafels. Gholfspelers vind hier 'n groot aantal kursusse, veral vir 'n relatief klein stad. 'N Onlangse toename in immigrasie het ook gelei tot uiteenlopende etniese kookkuns.

Tennessee: Knoxville

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Ou fabrieke en pakhuise is omskep in woonstelkomplekse in Knoxville, wat 'n generasie jongmense inlui wat Knoxville lewendig maak. Aan die einde van die Wêreldtentoonstelling in 1982, is Knoxville die tuiste van die Universiteit van Tennessee en is dit slegs ongeveer 30 minute van die Great Smoky Mountains National Park af. 'N Verskeidenheid restaurante en fassinerende winkels en boetieks is langs die Markplein in die middestad - die tuiste van een van die land se beste boeremarkte - en besoekers kan na die Ou Stad gaan vir 'n gevarieerde naglewe met iets vir almal.

Texas: Hill Country

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Texas Hill Country, wat ongeveer 14.000 vierkante kilometer van die suid-sentrale deel van die staat beslaan, is bekend vir sy natuurskoon sowel as sy onverwags indrukwekkende wyn. Terwyl die topbestemmings van Austin en San Antonio wel in die streek val, is die ware Hill Country -plekke wat u wil verken, die meer oop landgebiede vol wingerde, parke en pragtige kreke, mere en riviere waar u kan swem, kajak, of visvang. Duitse sowel as Spaanse invloed het hul stempel op die streek afgedruk, veral wat die kos en argitektuur betref, wat gelei het tot 'n streekskultuur wat aansienlik verskil van die Suidwestelike in die grootste deel van die staat.

Utah: Lake Powell

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Die reservoir van Lake Powell, wat aan die Colorado -rivier lê, is meestal in Utah, maar sommige strek tot in Arizona. U kan 'n hele naweek lank verwonder aan hierdie mensgemaakte meer omring deur Mars-agtige terrein. Trouens, Lake Powell is so buiteruimtelik dat dit die opnameplek was vir 45 films en televisieprogramme, waaronder Gravity, Doctor Who en Planet of the Apes. Lake Powell, deel van die Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, is 'n uitstekende plek vir watersport en stap, en besoekers kan ook die nabygeleë Rainbow Bridge, die hoogste natuurlike brug ter wêreld, besoek.

Vermont: Burlington

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Burlington, langs die Champlain-meer, is 'n beskeie middelpunt van Vermont met 'n ontspanne kultuur en indrukwekkende etenstoneel. Gaan na die middestad om 'n paar interessante winkels en eetplekke te sien, of kyk na een van die vele kulturele instellings, soos Flynn Theatre of die Bern Gallery, 'n kunsgalery op die grond met glasblaas en plaaslike kuns en juweliersware. Daar word elke jaar baie feeste in Burlington aangebied, insluitend (maar nie beperk nie tot) die Vermont Brewers -fees in Julie, die Lake Champlain Dragon Boat Festival en First Night, 'n Oujaarsaand met vuurwerke, optredes en optogte.

Virginia: Roanoke

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Die bekoorlike klein dorpie Roanoke is 'n wonderlike wegbreekplek vir 'n pragtige suidelike naweek. Roanoke's City Market is die grootste deurlopende opelugmark aan die ooskus met goeie vondste die hele jaar deur. Die Appalachian -roete loop hier deur, perfek om te stap, en besoekers kan ook kampeer, vaar en visvang. Roanoke het ook baie klubs, restaurante, winkels en teaters. Die stad Roanoke is in die Roanoke -vallei geleë tussen die Blue Ridge -berge en die Appalachian -plato, wat dit 'n uitstekende plek maak vir skilderagtige ritte en blare.

Washington: Spokane

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Seattle is 'n wonderlike bestemming aan die Weskus, maar Spokane is ook 'n waardige plek in Washington, danksy sy artistieke en jong atmosfeer. Bekende geleenthede sluit in die Get Lit! Programs Festival, 'n week lange literêre uitreikgeleentheid en die Spokane Gay/Lesbian Film Festival. Die musiektoneel is ook baie aktief hier, met talle plekke, klubs en kroeë met plaaslike en toerkunstenaars. Spokane is ook bekend vir sy plaaslike handwerkbier en handwerk -koffietoneel.

Wes -Virginia: Fayetteville

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Fayetteville, wat bekend staan ​​as die "poort na die New River Gorge", is 'n klein dorpie met 'n fantastiese natuurskoon en wonderlike geleenthede vir buitelugaktiwiteite waaraan u andersins nie gedink het nie. Alhoewel u kan perdry, is u dalk meer geïnteresseerd in die lamatrekke wat hier gewild is. Die waters, riviere, berge en landskappe van Fayetteville lok baie besoekers vir skilderagtige staproetes, ritte en verskillende rivierekspedisies, veral rafting. Kyk gerus na die Appalachiese kuns en kunsvlyt wat beskikbaar is in plaaslike winkels, sowel as op die Fayetteville -boeremark.

Wisconsin: Door County

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Die skiereiland van Door County lê reg tussen Green Bay en Lake Michigan, en hoewel dit 'n gunsteling is vir baie reisigers in die Midde -Weste, vlieg dit dikwels onder die radar as 'n bestemmingsopsie in die res van die land. Daar is meer as 80 kulturele besienswaardighede hier, waaronder museums, teaters en kunsgalerye, waarvan baie kursusse vir toeriste aanbied. Door County het ook meer as 300 myl kuslyn, meer as 'n dosyn bewaringsgebiede en vyf staatsparke, wat dit 'n uitstekende bestemming maak vir natuurliefhebbers, en sy 10 vuurtorings lok heelwat mense wat belangstel in maritieme geskiedenis.

Wyoming: Dubois

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Gaan van die geklopte pad af en ontdek 11 onderskatte plekke in Texas

In Texas word ons eenvoudig bederf met al die pragtige natuur buite ons deure, plus die vele wonderlike stede en dorpe wat ons kan verken. Baie plekke in Texas word egter eenvoudig oor die hoof gesien vanweë die omvang van ons staat. Die Big Bend, Palo Duro Canyon en die riviere in die heuwel kry dikwels die aandag, maar daar is baie ander plekke wat net soveel aandag verdien. Hier is 11 onderskatte plekke in Texas wat u regtig moet besoek.

The Big Thicket is bekend vir sy ryk biologiese diversiteit, en nege verskillende ekosisteme bestaan ​​hier. Met 40 myl se staproetes wat deur die hele reservaat kronkel, is daar baie om te sien tydens 'n besoek aan hierdie wonderlike dog onderskatte bos. Dit is een van die vreedsaamste verborge juwele in Texas.

Vir meer inligting, besoek hul webwerf hier.

Op soek na 'n manier om te oefen en terselfdertyd in die natuur te kom? Die Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail -stelsel in San Antonio is miskien presies wat u soek. Daar is tans 47 myl se paadjies oop vir die publiek wat deur die stad loop en naby die vele riviere van San Antonio.

Vir meer inligting, besoek hul webwerf hier.

Hier sien u woestyne, vleilande en prairies in dieselfde park, en u kan nie die Rimrock -roete van 2,6 km misloop nie, wat 'n ongeëwenaarde 360 ​​grade -uitsig bied op die heuwel daaronder.

Vir meer inligting, besoek hul webwerf hier.

Hierdie park kry nie genoeg krediet vir sy oorweldigende skoonheid en wonderlike staproetes nie. There are several to choose from, including the Wolf Mountain Trail which ascends 1,000 feet, or you can climb over the many limestone rocks at the bottom of the Pedernales River. The water level is usually very low, which makes climbing here easily accessible.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Located in Comstock, this state park features some of the oldest Native American pictographs in North America, and is one of the oldest cave dwellings in the country. Be sure to take a tour of the Fate Bell Shelter where you will find many of these pictographs, and hike the trails for spectacular views of the Rio Grande River.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This oasis in the west Texas desert offers much-needed relief from the harsh climate here. Located in Toyahvale, this is the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. You can swim and scuba dive here, and enjoy the company of fish and turtles as well.

To learn more, visit their website here.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is one of the most unique places in Texas. This is the only museum in the world that showcases women of the American West who have displayed great courage and resilience in following their unique paths to success. People who live in Fort Worth know it well, but out-of-towners overlook this incredible museum often, unfortunately.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This preserve sits on 227 acres of wooded hills in Austin with 2.5 miles of hiking trails open to the public. The best time to go is after a heavy rain so you can enjoy the waterfall pictured above.

To learn more, visit their website here.

How many of these have you been to? What other underrated places in Texas would you add to the list?

If you’re looking for more exciting hidden gems, check out these 10 lesser-known attractions in Texas.


Get Off The Beaten Path And Discover 11 Underrated Places In Texas

In Texas, we’re simply spoiled by all the beautiful nature right outside our doors, plus the many wonderful cities and towns we get to explore. However, a lot of places in Texas simply get overlooked due to the sheer size of our state. The Big Bend, Palo Duro Canyon, and the rivers in the hill country often take the spotlight, but there are many other places that deserve just as much attention. Here are 11 underrated places in Texas that you really need to visit.

The Big Thicket is known for its rich biological diversity, and nine different ecosystems exist here. With 40 miles of hiking trails winding throughout the preserve, there's plenty to see on a visit to this amazing yet underrated forest. This is one of the most peaceful hidden gems in Texas.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Looking for a way to exercise and get into nature at the same time? Well, the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail system in San Antonio might be just what you're looking for. There are currently 47 miles of trails open to the public that run through the city and near San Antonio's many creeks.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Here, you'll get to see deserts, wetlands, and prairies all at the same park, and you can't miss the 2.2 mile Rimrock trail, which offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the hill country below.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This park doesn't get near enough credit for its overwhelming beauty and wonderful hiking trails. There are several to choose from, including the Wolf Mountain Trail which ascends 1,000 feet, or you can climb over the many limestone rocks at the bottom of the Pedernales River. The water level is usually very low, which makes climbing here easily accessible.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Located in Comstock, this state park features some of the oldest Native American pictographs in North America, and is one of the oldest cave dwellings in the country. Be sure to take a tour of the Fate Bell Shelter where you will find many of these pictographs, and hike the trails for spectacular views of the Rio Grande River.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This oasis in the west Texas desert offers much-needed relief from the harsh climate here. Located in Toyahvale, this is the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. You can swim and scuba dive here, and enjoy the company of fish and turtles as well.

To learn more, visit their website here.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is one of the most unique places in Texas. This is the only museum in the world that showcases women of the American West who have displayed great courage and resilience in following their unique paths to success. People who live in Fort Worth know it well, but out-of-towners overlook this incredible museum often, unfortunately.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This preserve sits on 227 acres of wooded hills in Austin with 2.5 miles of hiking trails open to the public. The best time to go is after a heavy rain so you can enjoy the waterfall pictured above.

To learn more, visit their website here.

How many of these have you been to? What other underrated places in Texas would you add to the list?

If you’re looking for more exciting hidden gems, check out these 10 lesser-known attractions in Texas.


Get Off The Beaten Path And Discover 11 Underrated Places In Texas

In Texas, we’re simply spoiled by all the beautiful nature right outside our doors, plus the many wonderful cities and towns we get to explore. However, a lot of places in Texas simply get overlooked due to the sheer size of our state. The Big Bend, Palo Duro Canyon, and the rivers in the hill country often take the spotlight, but there are many other places that deserve just as much attention. Here are 11 underrated places in Texas that you really need to visit.

The Big Thicket is known for its rich biological diversity, and nine different ecosystems exist here. With 40 miles of hiking trails winding throughout the preserve, there's plenty to see on a visit to this amazing yet underrated forest. This is one of the most peaceful hidden gems in Texas.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Looking for a way to exercise and get into nature at the same time? Well, the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail system in San Antonio might be just what you're looking for. There are currently 47 miles of trails open to the public that run through the city and near San Antonio's many creeks.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Here, you'll get to see deserts, wetlands, and prairies all at the same park, and you can't miss the 2.2 mile Rimrock trail, which offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the hill country below.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This park doesn't get near enough credit for its overwhelming beauty and wonderful hiking trails. There are several to choose from, including the Wolf Mountain Trail which ascends 1,000 feet, or you can climb over the many limestone rocks at the bottom of the Pedernales River. The water level is usually very low, which makes climbing here easily accessible.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Located in Comstock, this state park features some of the oldest Native American pictographs in North America, and is one of the oldest cave dwellings in the country. Be sure to take a tour of the Fate Bell Shelter where you will find many of these pictographs, and hike the trails for spectacular views of the Rio Grande River.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This oasis in the west Texas desert offers much-needed relief from the harsh climate here. Located in Toyahvale, this is the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. You can swim and scuba dive here, and enjoy the company of fish and turtles as well.

To learn more, visit their website here.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is one of the most unique places in Texas. This is the only museum in the world that showcases women of the American West who have displayed great courage and resilience in following their unique paths to success. People who live in Fort Worth know it well, but out-of-towners overlook this incredible museum often, unfortunately.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This preserve sits on 227 acres of wooded hills in Austin with 2.5 miles of hiking trails open to the public. The best time to go is after a heavy rain so you can enjoy the waterfall pictured above.

To learn more, visit their website here.

How many of these have you been to? What other underrated places in Texas would you add to the list?

If you’re looking for more exciting hidden gems, check out these 10 lesser-known attractions in Texas.


Get Off The Beaten Path And Discover 11 Underrated Places In Texas

In Texas, we’re simply spoiled by all the beautiful nature right outside our doors, plus the many wonderful cities and towns we get to explore. However, a lot of places in Texas simply get overlooked due to the sheer size of our state. The Big Bend, Palo Duro Canyon, and the rivers in the hill country often take the spotlight, but there are many other places that deserve just as much attention. Here are 11 underrated places in Texas that you really need to visit.

The Big Thicket is known for its rich biological diversity, and nine different ecosystems exist here. With 40 miles of hiking trails winding throughout the preserve, there's plenty to see on a visit to this amazing yet underrated forest. This is one of the most peaceful hidden gems in Texas.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Looking for a way to exercise and get into nature at the same time? Well, the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail system in San Antonio might be just what you're looking for. There are currently 47 miles of trails open to the public that run through the city and near San Antonio's many creeks.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Here, you'll get to see deserts, wetlands, and prairies all at the same park, and you can't miss the 2.2 mile Rimrock trail, which offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the hill country below.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This park doesn't get near enough credit for its overwhelming beauty and wonderful hiking trails. There are several to choose from, including the Wolf Mountain Trail which ascends 1,000 feet, or you can climb over the many limestone rocks at the bottom of the Pedernales River. The water level is usually very low, which makes climbing here easily accessible.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Located in Comstock, this state park features some of the oldest Native American pictographs in North America, and is one of the oldest cave dwellings in the country. Be sure to take a tour of the Fate Bell Shelter where you will find many of these pictographs, and hike the trails for spectacular views of the Rio Grande River.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This oasis in the west Texas desert offers much-needed relief from the harsh climate here. Located in Toyahvale, this is the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. You can swim and scuba dive here, and enjoy the company of fish and turtles as well.

To learn more, visit their website here.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is one of the most unique places in Texas. This is the only museum in the world that showcases women of the American West who have displayed great courage and resilience in following their unique paths to success. People who live in Fort Worth know it well, but out-of-towners overlook this incredible museum often, unfortunately.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This preserve sits on 227 acres of wooded hills in Austin with 2.5 miles of hiking trails open to the public. The best time to go is after a heavy rain so you can enjoy the waterfall pictured above.

To learn more, visit their website here.

How many of these have you been to? What other underrated places in Texas would you add to the list?

If you’re looking for more exciting hidden gems, check out these 10 lesser-known attractions in Texas.


Get Off The Beaten Path And Discover 11 Underrated Places In Texas

In Texas, we’re simply spoiled by all the beautiful nature right outside our doors, plus the many wonderful cities and towns we get to explore. However, a lot of places in Texas simply get overlooked due to the sheer size of our state. The Big Bend, Palo Duro Canyon, and the rivers in the hill country often take the spotlight, but there are many other places that deserve just as much attention. Here are 11 underrated places in Texas that you really need to visit.

The Big Thicket is known for its rich biological diversity, and nine different ecosystems exist here. With 40 miles of hiking trails winding throughout the preserve, there's plenty to see on a visit to this amazing yet underrated forest. This is one of the most peaceful hidden gems in Texas.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Looking for a way to exercise and get into nature at the same time? Well, the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail system in San Antonio might be just what you're looking for. There are currently 47 miles of trails open to the public that run through the city and near San Antonio's many creeks.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Here, you'll get to see deserts, wetlands, and prairies all at the same park, and you can't miss the 2.2 mile Rimrock trail, which offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the hill country below.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This park doesn't get near enough credit for its overwhelming beauty and wonderful hiking trails. There are several to choose from, including the Wolf Mountain Trail which ascends 1,000 feet, or you can climb over the many limestone rocks at the bottom of the Pedernales River. The water level is usually very low, which makes climbing here easily accessible.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Located in Comstock, this state park features some of the oldest Native American pictographs in North America, and is one of the oldest cave dwellings in the country. Be sure to take a tour of the Fate Bell Shelter where you will find many of these pictographs, and hike the trails for spectacular views of the Rio Grande River.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This oasis in the west Texas desert offers much-needed relief from the harsh climate here. Located in Toyahvale, this is the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. You can swim and scuba dive here, and enjoy the company of fish and turtles as well.

To learn more, visit their website here.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is one of the most unique places in Texas. This is the only museum in the world that showcases women of the American West who have displayed great courage and resilience in following their unique paths to success. People who live in Fort Worth know it well, but out-of-towners overlook this incredible museum often, unfortunately.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This preserve sits on 227 acres of wooded hills in Austin with 2.5 miles of hiking trails open to the public. The best time to go is after a heavy rain so you can enjoy the waterfall pictured above.

To learn more, visit their website here.

How many of these have you been to? What other underrated places in Texas would you add to the list?

If you’re looking for more exciting hidden gems, check out these 10 lesser-known attractions in Texas.


Get Off The Beaten Path And Discover 11 Underrated Places In Texas

In Texas, we’re simply spoiled by all the beautiful nature right outside our doors, plus the many wonderful cities and towns we get to explore. However, a lot of places in Texas simply get overlooked due to the sheer size of our state. The Big Bend, Palo Duro Canyon, and the rivers in the hill country often take the spotlight, but there are many other places that deserve just as much attention. Here are 11 underrated places in Texas that you really need to visit.

The Big Thicket is known for its rich biological diversity, and nine different ecosystems exist here. With 40 miles of hiking trails winding throughout the preserve, there's plenty to see on a visit to this amazing yet underrated forest. This is one of the most peaceful hidden gems in Texas.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Looking for a way to exercise and get into nature at the same time? Well, the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail system in San Antonio might be just what you're looking for. There are currently 47 miles of trails open to the public that run through the city and near San Antonio's many creeks.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Here, you'll get to see deserts, wetlands, and prairies all at the same park, and you can't miss the 2.2 mile Rimrock trail, which offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the hill country below.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This park doesn't get near enough credit for its overwhelming beauty and wonderful hiking trails. There are several to choose from, including the Wolf Mountain Trail which ascends 1,000 feet, or you can climb over the many limestone rocks at the bottom of the Pedernales River. The water level is usually very low, which makes climbing here easily accessible.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Located in Comstock, this state park features some of the oldest Native American pictographs in North America, and is one of the oldest cave dwellings in the country. Be sure to take a tour of the Fate Bell Shelter where you will find many of these pictographs, and hike the trails for spectacular views of the Rio Grande River.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This oasis in the west Texas desert offers much-needed relief from the harsh climate here. Located in Toyahvale, this is the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. You can swim and scuba dive here, and enjoy the company of fish and turtles as well.

To learn more, visit their website here.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is one of the most unique places in Texas. This is the only museum in the world that showcases women of the American West who have displayed great courage and resilience in following their unique paths to success. People who live in Fort Worth know it well, but out-of-towners overlook this incredible museum often, unfortunately.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This preserve sits on 227 acres of wooded hills in Austin with 2.5 miles of hiking trails open to the public. The best time to go is after a heavy rain so you can enjoy the waterfall pictured above.

To learn more, visit their website here.

How many of these have you been to? What other underrated places in Texas would you add to the list?

If you’re looking for more exciting hidden gems, check out these 10 lesser-known attractions in Texas.


Get Off The Beaten Path And Discover 11 Underrated Places In Texas

In Texas, we’re simply spoiled by all the beautiful nature right outside our doors, plus the many wonderful cities and towns we get to explore. However, a lot of places in Texas simply get overlooked due to the sheer size of our state. The Big Bend, Palo Duro Canyon, and the rivers in the hill country often take the spotlight, but there are many other places that deserve just as much attention. Here are 11 underrated places in Texas that you really need to visit.

The Big Thicket is known for its rich biological diversity, and nine different ecosystems exist here. With 40 miles of hiking trails winding throughout the preserve, there's plenty to see on a visit to this amazing yet underrated forest. This is one of the most peaceful hidden gems in Texas.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Looking for a way to exercise and get into nature at the same time? Well, the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail system in San Antonio might be just what you're looking for. There are currently 47 miles of trails open to the public that run through the city and near San Antonio's many creeks.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Here, you'll get to see deserts, wetlands, and prairies all at the same park, and you can't miss the 2.2 mile Rimrock trail, which offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the hill country below.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This park doesn't get near enough credit for its overwhelming beauty and wonderful hiking trails. There are several to choose from, including the Wolf Mountain Trail which ascends 1,000 feet, or you can climb over the many limestone rocks at the bottom of the Pedernales River. The water level is usually very low, which makes climbing here easily accessible.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Located in Comstock, this state park features some of the oldest Native American pictographs in North America, and is one of the oldest cave dwellings in the country. Be sure to take a tour of the Fate Bell Shelter where you will find many of these pictographs, and hike the trails for spectacular views of the Rio Grande River.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This oasis in the west Texas desert offers much-needed relief from the harsh climate here. Located in Toyahvale, this is the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. You can swim and scuba dive here, and enjoy the company of fish and turtles as well.

To learn more, visit their website here.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is one of the most unique places in Texas. This is the only museum in the world that showcases women of the American West who have displayed great courage and resilience in following their unique paths to success. People who live in Fort Worth know it well, but out-of-towners overlook this incredible museum often, unfortunately.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This preserve sits on 227 acres of wooded hills in Austin with 2.5 miles of hiking trails open to the public. The best time to go is after a heavy rain so you can enjoy the waterfall pictured above.

To learn more, visit their website here.

How many of these have you been to? What other underrated places in Texas would you add to the list?

If you’re looking for more exciting hidden gems, check out these 10 lesser-known attractions in Texas.


Get Off The Beaten Path And Discover 11 Underrated Places In Texas

In Texas, we’re simply spoiled by all the beautiful nature right outside our doors, plus the many wonderful cities and towns we get to explore. However, a lot of places in Texas simply get overlooked due to the sheer size of our state. The Big Bend, Palo Duro Canyon, and the rivers in the hill country often take the spotlight, but there are many other places that deserve just as much attention. Here are 11 underrated places in Texas that you really need to visit.

The Big Thicket is known for its rich biological diversity, and nine different ecosystems exist here. With 40 miles of hiking trails winding throughout the preserve, there's plenty to see on a visit to this amazing yet underrated forest. This is one of the most peaceful hidden gems in Texas.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Looking for a way to exercise and get into nature at the same time? Well, the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail system in San Antonio might be just what you're looking for. There are currently 47 miles of trails open to the public that run through the city and near San Antonio's many creeks.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Here, you'll get to see deserts, wetlands, and prairies all at the same park, and you can't miss the 2.2 mile Rimrock trail, which offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the hill country below.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This park doesn't get near enough credit for its overwhelming beauty and wonderful hiking trails. There are several to choose from, including the Wolf Mountain Trail which ascends 1,000 feet, or you can climb over the many limestone rocks at the bottom of the Pedernales River. The water level is usually very low, which makes climbing here easily accessible.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Located in Comstock, this state park features some of the oldest Native American pictographs in North America, and is one of the oldest cave dwellings in the country. Be sure to take a tour of the Fate Bell Shelter where you will find many of these pictographs, and hike the trails for spectacular views of the Rio Grande River.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This oasis in the west Texas desert offers much-needed relief from the harsh climate here. Located in Toyahvale, this is the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. You can swim and scuba dive here, and enjoy the company of fish and turtles as well.

To learn more, visit their website here.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is one of the most unique places in Texas. This is the only museum in the world that showcases women of the American West who have displayed great courage and resilience in following their unique paths to success. People who live in Fort Worth know it well, but out-of-towners overlook this incredible museum often, unfortunately.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This preserve sits on 227 acres of wooded hills in Austin with 2.5 miles of hiking trails open to the public. The best time to go is after a heavy rain so you can enjoy the waterfall pictured above.

To learn more, visit their website here.

How many of these have you been to? What other underrated places in Texas would you add to the list?

If you’re looking for more exciting hidden gems, check out these 10 lesser-known attractions in Texas.


Get Off The Beaten Path And Discover 11 Underrated Places In Texas

In Texas, we’re simply spoiled by all the beautiful nature right outside our doors, plus the many wonderful cities and towns we get to explore. However, a lot of places in Texas simply get overlooked due to the sheer size of our state. The Big Bend, Palo Duro Canyon, and the rivers in the hill country often take the spotlight, but there are many other places that deserve just as much attention. Here are 11 underrated places in Texas that you really need to visit.

The Big Thicket is known for its rich biological diversity, and nine different ecosystems exist here. With 40 miles of hiking trails winding throughout the preserve, there's plenty to see on a visit to this amazing yet underrated forest. This is one of the most peaceful hidden gems in Texas.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Looking for a way to exercise and get into nature at the same time? Well, the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail system in San Antonio might be just what you're looking for. There are currently 47 miles of trails open to the public that run through the city and near San Antonio's many creeks.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Here, you'll get to see deserts, wetlands, and prairies all at the same park, and you can't miss the 2.2 mile Rimrock trail, which offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the hill country below.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This park doesn't get near enough credit for its overwhelming beauty and wonderful hiking trails. There are several to choose from, including the Wolf Mountain Trail which ascends 1,000 feet, or you can climb over the many limestone rocks at the bottom of the Pedernales River. The water level is usually very low, which makes climbing here easily accessible.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Located in Comstock, this state park features some of the oldest Native American pictographs in North America, and is one of the oldest cave dwellings in the country. Be sure to take a tour of the Fate Bell Shelter where you will find many of these pictographs, and hike the trails for spectacular views of the Rio Grande River.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This oasis in the west Texas desert offers much-needed relief from the harsh climate here. Located in Toyahvale, this is the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. You can swim and scuba dive here, and enjoy the company of fish and turtles as well.

To learn more, visit their website here.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is one of the most unique places in Texas. This is the only museum in the world that showcases women of the American West who have displayed great courage and resilience in following their unique paths to success. People who live in Fort Worth know it well, but out-of-towners overlook this incredible museum often, unfortunately.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This preserve sits on 227 acres of wooded hills in Austin with 2.5 miles of hiking trails open to the public. The best time to go is after a heavy rain so you can enjoy the waterfall pictured above.

To learn more, visit their website here.

How many of these have you been to? What other underrated places in Texas would you add to the list?

If you’re looking for more exciting hidden gems, check out these 10 lesser-known attractions in Texas.


Get Off The Beaten Path And Discover 11 Underrated Places In Texas

In Texas, we’re simply spoiled by all the beautiful nature right outside our doors, plus the many wonderful cities and towns we get to explore. However, a lot of places in Texas simply get overlooked due to the sheer size of our state. The Big Bend, Palo Duro Canyon, and the rivers in the hill country often take the spotlight, but there are many other places that deserve just as much attention. Here are 11 underrated places in Texas that you really need to visit.

The Big Thicket is known for its rich biological diversity, and nine different ecosystems exist here. With 40 miles of hiking trails winding throughout the preserve, there's plenty to see on a visit to this amazing yet underrated forest. This is one of the most peaceful hidden gems in Texas.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Looking for a way to exercise and get into nature at the same time? Well, the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trail system in San Antonio might be just what you're looking for. There are currently 47 miles of trails open to the public that run through the city and near San Antonio's many creeks.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Here, you'll get to see deserts, wetlands, and prairies all at the same park, and you can't miss the 2.2 mile Rimrock trail, which offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the hill country below.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This park doesn't get near enough credit for its overwhelming beauty and wonderful hiking trails. There are several to choose from, including the Wolf Mountain Trail which ascends 1,000 feet, or you can climb over the many limestone rocks at the bottom of the Pedernales River. The water level is usually very low, which makes climbing here easily accessible.

To learn more, visit their website here.

Located in Comstock, this state park features some of the oldest Native American pictographs in North America, and is one of the oldest cave dwellings in the country. Be sure to take a tour of the Fate Bell Shelter where you will find many of these pictographs, and hike the trails for spectacular views of the Rio Grande River.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This oasis in the west Texas desert offers much-needed relief from the harsh climate here. Located in Toyahvale, this is the world's largest spring-fed swimming pool. You can swim and scuba dive here, and enjoy the company of fish and turtles as well.

To learn more, visit their website here.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is one of the most unique places in Texas. This is the only museum in the world that showcases women of the American West who have displayed great courage and resilience in following their unique paths to success. People who live in Fort Worth know it well, but out-of-towners overlook this incredible museum often, unfortunately.

To learn more, visit their website here.

This preserve sits on 227 acres of wooded hills in Austin with 2.5 miles of hiking trails open to the public. The best time to go is after a heavy rain so you can enjoy the waterfall pictured above.

To learn more, visit their website here.

How many of these have you been to? What other underrated places in Texas would you add to the list?

If you’re looking for more exciting hidden gems, check out these 10 lesser-known attractions in Texas.


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