1. Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts
Martha’s Vineyard is located in the Atlantic just south of Cape Cod. There are harbor towns and lighthouses, sandy beaches and farmland. To reach Martha’s Vineyard you have to travel by boat or be air lifted in. Here you’ll find wind-swept dunes, sailboats in the harbors that makes for a calming and serene environment.
2. Maui, Hawaii
In the Central Pacific is where you will find Maui, it is part of the Hawaiian islands and hosts volcanoes, waterfalls, black sand beaches, tropical jungles, and the jade-blue ocean, it makes for a exploratory but relaxing location.
3. Chincoteague Island, Virginia
Chincoteague is a town in Virginia’s eastern shore. It has a wildlife refuge, beaches and wild, untamed horses, that just gives the feel of being totally untouched. The wild horses can be found wandering the shores which is a awesome sight for persons of any age.
4. Mackinac Island, Michigan
Sitting in the peaceful Lake Huron is Mackinac Island, between Michigan’s upper and lower peninsulas. It is great for mountain biking or horse drawn carriages as there no motorcars are available. The island is loaded with trails, woods and rock formations created from limestone.
5. Mount Desert Island, Maine
This quaint seaside town with lots to offer. Mount Desert Island, in Hancock County, is the largest island off the coast of Maine. It has spectacular trails for hiking while you enjoy the stunning nature or just grab some fresh lobster that Maine is known for.