1. Morgan City, Louisiana
Known worldwide for fishing, hunting and fine Cajun cuisine, Morgan City is the gateway to the Gulf of Mexico for the shrimping and oilfield industries.
2. Guffey, Colorado
Guffey Colorado is a small friendly mountain town located less than one mile off of CO HWY 9 at mile marker 21. Eleven mile reservoir is just up the road, Cripple Creek is just over the hill, and the Royal Gorge is just down the hill, we are centrally located and an easy drive to many of Colorado’s best attractions.
3. Waipio Valley, Hawaii
This valley is one of the most beautiful and secluded places to go to for a hike on the Big Island. These hikes however are not easy. Waipi’o valley is stunning, and even if you do not manage to go down, the views from the overlook are dramatic and breathtaking . There is historic information available at the overlook, and you are sure to snap some pictures here that will leave your friends at home very, very jealous!
4. Natchez, Mississippi
From its vantage point on the highest bluff of the Mississippi River, Natchez beckons to travelers in search of a truly distinctive Southern story.
5. Mackinac Island, Michigan
The jewel of the Great Lakes. Enjoy beautiful vistas, shopping, and carriage rides during the day, and watch the city transform at night with its happening music and bar scene. Mackinac Island has something for everyone.
6. Geneva on the Lake, Ohio
Families have enjoyed vacationing here on America’s north coast for generations. During the summer season, our famous entertainment Strip is alive with arcades, amusement rides, restaurants, nightclubs, live music and more. Lake Erie offers fishing, boating, and swimming — often with just a short walk from your front door.