While we know the some of the bigger cities to visit, sometimes we want a bit of down-home culture. Take a look at some small town spots in the country.
Here’s a spot located in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg. It’s a nice family getaway that has shops with taffy, moonshine, and you can even see a 360-degree view from the Gatlinburg Space Needle (40 stories above town) . You can also zip-line from the highest point of a mountain in the new Anakeesta theme park.
Taos, New Mexico
Taos is home to Taos Pueblo, an UNESCO site that is among the most seasoned ceaselessly occupied networks in the United States. Visitors can ski at Ski Taos, get some culture by acquiring some legitimate Native American arts and crafts, and take a look at the museum.
If you’re looking to be here on the fall, take a stop to go to the Oktoberfest. The scenery is beautiful with the bluebonnets blooming in the spring. Imagine this is as you go to the local winery. Also, you can learn about the United States’ 36th president at the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park.
Chatham is a nice ocean side town to help you relax and get some adventure. Go kayaking or swimming on the lakes. Get a bit of nightlife with the shops, cafes, and Chatham Bandstand on your Friday summer evenings.
Get some delicious food, such as Ernestine Fryson’s famous catfish and hushpuppies. Take a listen of some quality music at the Bradfordville Blues Club. If you enjoy crisp water, take a swim at the beautiful Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park.
Not only does this place make for a nice family getaway, but it’s definitely a spot to be physically active. Enjoy some street biking, kayaking and even climbing at the San Juan Mountains. Enjoy Purgatory Resort with your special spouse.
Here’s a famous town named after Buffalo Bill Cody for his Wild West history. Also, take in some of the history, Western guns and workmanship.