7 Intriguing Small Towns in the US That You Should Visit ...

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There are a lot of intriguing small towns in the US that you should visit. Even though most of these places will not offer you everything that larger tourist cities have to offer, they are usually cheaper to visit. Also if you can or if you live nearby one of them, you can even take a day trip and enjoy that beautiful experience that they will offer you. Most of America’s hidden gems and smaller cities get ignored or they are often overshadowed by famous cities with big tourism budgets, so there are a lot of underrated cities that truly deserve a visit. Here are 7 intriguing small towns in the US that should put on your itinerary in your next vacation:

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1

Lake Placid, New York

Lake Placid, New York First of all you should know that New York as a whole is quite different from New York City. It actually has a lot of greenery and also, quite a few lakes and streams of various sizes dotting the natural landscape. Lake Placid was once the site of the winter Olympics and it still hosts a lot of athletic competitions now days too. You could take a gondola up the nearby mountain and have an awesome view of Lake Placid or you could visit the site of the Olympic Games.

2

Sedona, Arizona

Sedona, Arizona This town is situated in Northern Arizona and it’s a bit greener and cooler than the rest of the state. It offers quite a unique environment since the mesas and plateaus are a site to behold. You could even say that they are just as majestic as the ones you see when you visit the Grand Canyon but they have far fewer tourists.

3

Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth, Texas This is a beautiful, unpretentious, laid-back and charismatic city that you should definitely visit. The nickname of this town is Cowtown because twice daily, genuine Texas cowhands drive a heard of Texas longhorn cattle through the streets. Yet, it also has a handful of high-end restaurants and even cultural objectives like the Kimbell Art Museum or the Fort Worth Opera.

4

Santa Cruz, California

Santa Cruz, California Even though Santa Cruz is a small town, during the summer it becomes a prime tourist destination. It’s a rather liberal town that you can visit throughout the entire year, especially in the fall or winter when the weather is a bit dreary. Since there are a lot of college students there, it hosts a lot of cool cultural events on a daily basis, so you will always have something fun to do.

5

Lexington, Massachusetts

Lexington, Massachusetts If you love American Colonial history, then this is the perfect small town that you should visit in your next vacation since this is the town where the first battle of the Revolutionary War was fought. There are a lot of fun things you can do here but the most interesting one by far is watching battle reenactments.

6

Ithaca, New York

Ithaca, New York It’s a college town, it’s very similar to Santa Cruz but instead of the ocean, it has a lake. Here you can find the Ivy League college, Cornell so there are a lot of things you can do here like visit the college, visit Carl Sagan’s house or take a ferry tour of the lake.

7

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Gettysburg, Pennsylvania This is the perfect place to visit if you want to experience the Civil War history. Even though it’s a huge historical landmark, it doesn’t have too many tourists. Among the things you can do here, the more interesting ones are taking a ghost tour or visiting the infamous battlefield.

There are a lot of beautiful but underrated small towns that you can visit in the US. I just mentioned a few in this little article but I’m sure that there are a lot of other small and intriguing towns that I could add to this list. Do you know any other beautiful small towns in the US that people should visit more often? Please tell us about them in the comments section!

Sources:
lifehack.org
budgettravel.com
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Fort Worth is a city meaning it's not a "small town" and I'm sure the rest aren't small either. Try something more like Marfa, TX if you want a cute, small town.

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Ft worth is huge

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