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Sitting at the northern tip of the Cape Cod region of Massachusetts is the seaside town of Provincetown. “P-town”, as it is sometimes called, has an intriguing history. It is the site of the Mayflower’s landing in 1620 which is commemorated by the Pilgrim Monument, a tall landmark with sweeping views and a Provincetown must-see attraction. Other top attractions include the beaches which are managed by the Cape Cod National Seashore: Race Point Beach and Herring Cove Beach (considered the most popular beach in Provincetown), Lighthouses: Long Point Light, Race Point Light and Wood End Light, Museums: Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum, Provincetown Town Hall, Provincetown Art Association and Museum, Old Harbor Lifesaving Station are some of the most visited, and bustling Commercial Street with shops, restaurants, nightclubs, galleries and plenty of personalities! This year-round vacation destination has something for everyone and its attitude of tolerance makes Provincetown a preferred home and popular vacation destination for gay and lesbian travelers.
You don’t need to be a history buff to enjoy the numerous monuments and memorials in Washington, DC. Catch a glimpse of the iconic Lincoln Memorial before taking a walking tour to other memorials for Thomas Jefferson, FDR, Martin Luther King Jr., Vietnam and World War II, or stop by 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. for a tour of the White House! From the Washington Monument to the U.S. Capitol and the National Mall lined by 10 buildings of the Smithsonian, it’s the perfect place to start your adventure! In the spring you’ll be greeted by the National Cherry Blossom Festival with five weeks of cultural events and celebrations including the Festival Parade, the Blossom Kite Festival and the Southwest Waterfront Fireworks Festival. With so much to do and see, don’t get overwhelmed; Washington, DC, bed and breakfast innkeepers will be happy to help plan out your getaway.
Outdoor adventure and stunning landscapes await on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain in Burlington, VT. Stroll down Church Street and browse shops and restaurants that line this main hub of the town. History buffs can enjoy the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum, once the home of the Revolutionary War Hero, just south of the city, or peruse the American folk and decorative art in the Shelburne Museum. From exploring the mountains to the Champlain Islands, the Queen City, and more, visitors coming to the Burlington and Lake Champlain region have the opportunity to take in the beauty of the city and enjoy an active getaway thanks to all of the amazing skiing, snowboarding, hiking and biking activities.
On the Northeast Coast of Florida, you’ll find the oldest city in the U.S.: St. Augustine, Florida. Travelers will find delight in the Instagram-worthy traditional Spanish colonial architecture of the buildings as well as some of the most stunning Atlantic Ocean beaches including Crescent Beach and St. Augustine Beach. Boasting big city appeal while retaining a quaint village atmosphere, those visiting St. Augustine can enjoy family fun or a romantic getaway. Take a ride on a carousel at Davenport Park, or hop on a trolley tour of the city. An array of historical attractions are also available including living history museums such as Castillo de San Marcos to swashbuckling adventures and specialized tours that explore the cities air, sea, and historic district.
On Mount Desert Island, adjacent to Acadia National Park, the seaside town of Bar Harbor is one of Maine’s most beautiful destinations and abounds with countless charming bed and breakfasts. Home to both magnificently aged summer estates and breathtaking fall foliage, Bar Harbor is a must for those who love to travel, explore, relax, and enjoy. Indulge in rock climbing, brewery tours, golfing, sailing, shopping, and anything else you can think of!
Southern hospitality, antebellum charm, and amazing architecture welcome visitors to Savannah, Georgia. From City Market to Forsyth Park and Grayson Stadium to Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia is lined with unique shops, a vibrant historical district, and notable restaurants.
Kentucky is home to many great activities that attract visitors year-round. If you long to go fishing in Lake Cumberland or attend the Kentucky Derby here are some of the top inns, cabins, and B&Bs to choose from.
Nicknamed the Bluegrass State, Kentucky offers your favorite activities, including festivals, shopping, golf, outdoor recreation, dining, historical sites, and more. Ensure that your travels bring you to all of the wonderful cities in Kentucky, including Louisville, Lexington, Owensboro, Bowling Green, Covington, Richmond, Henderson, Hopkinsville, and capital city Frankfort. Renowned for its jaw-dropping state and national parks, some of the most visited attractions in the state include the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation area, boasting natural Elk and Bison habitat, and Mammoth Cave National Park, the most elongated cave system known in the world. Other great parks include Lake Cumberland, Big Sound Fork National River and Recreation Area, and Natural Bridge State Park. If you’re looking to explore Kentucky further, other attractions and activities include: Churchill Downs, Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, Louisville Science Center, Clarkson Honeyfest, Kentucky Railway Museum, Kentucky Bourbon Festival, and Thunder Over Louisville.
North Carolina, also known as the Tar Heel State, is composed of 100 counties, so it is therefore no surprise that the state abounds with accommodating B&Bs and activities alike. Some of its visitors’ favorite North Carolina activities include boating, golfing, shopping, biking, racing, sports, spas, beaches, and more.
Some great destinations are Boone, Winston-Salem, Kitty Hawk, Greenville, Wilmington, Charlotte, Cashiers and Asheville.
75-year-old Great Smoky Mountains National Park, located on the border between North Carolina and Tennessee, is America’s most visited national park due to its diverse wildlife and ancient mountains. The park is every hiker’s dream, with more than 800 miles of built pathways and trails! If you’re not the hiking lover, many visitors also come, hoping to see at least one of the 1,500 bears that are living in the park. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is also home to more than 1,660 different species of flowering plants.
And there’s almost a 95% chance that you’ve heard about North Carolina’s world famous barbecued pulled pork. However, North Carolina has even more to offer when it comes to cooking and food, like its famous fried and fresh seafood style called “calabash.”
North Carolina is also the perfect location for your next Girlfriend Getaway! With all of the resorts, beaches and spas that NC offers, you’re sure to have a relaxing – while still crying of laughter – time with your favorite girlfriends. Asheville and Black Mountain have great antique shops and Raleigh and Wilmington have wonderful upscale shopping.
Fun fact: Krispy Kreme donuts, Mt. Olive pickles, and Pepsi were all born and raised in North Carolina!
North Dakota, nicknamed the Peace Garden State, has wonderful B&Bs near the popular shopping, wineries, ATVing, hiking, hunting, motorcycling, horseback riding, golfing, fishing, biking, canoeing, kayaking, museums and more. North Dakota is the mother of tons of memorable cities like Bismark, Fargo, Grand Forks, Minot and Stanton.
One museum to be sure not to miss is the Dakota Dinosaur Museum, located in Dickinson. The museum has 12 full scale dinosaurs, thousands of rock, fossil and mineral specimens and an entire real Triceratops and Edmontosaurus.
The only state in the nation to never experience an earthquake, North Dakota is home to some of the greatest national and state parks. The Theodore Roosevelt National Park is dedicated to Theodore Roosevelt for his efforts in preserving natural wildlife — during his administration, he founded the US Forest Service, signed the National Monuments Act and established the first federal game preserve. Through his efforts, the National Park Service was established to preserve and protect natural places of the world. The Peace Garden State also boasts 17 state parks and recreational areas like the Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park and the Beaver Lake State Park, to name a few.
The North Dakota State parks System also offers a huge variety of natural and historic settings – both landmarks and architectural wonders – to make North Dakota a great place for geocaching. Geocaching is high tech treasure hunting that involves a Global Positioning System (GPS). Some ND state parks where it’s easiest to find geocaching are Cross Ranch State Park, Lake Metigoshe State Park, Lake Sakakawea State Park, Lewis & Clark State Park, Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, Fort Ransom State Park, Fort Stevenson State Park and Turtle River State Park.
And if you visit North Dakota in the wintertime, oh, how many activities there are to choose from! Cross-country skiing and showshoeing, dog sledding, downhill skiing, ice fishing, sledding, skating, snowmobiling, and more, fun is always guaranteed.
If you’ve always wanted to climb up the stairs of the Statue of Liberty or if you can’t wait to sit down and dine at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, you can be confident that there is a B&B near the activities on your desired agenda!
Nature enthusiasts thoroughly enjoy themselves in New York; NY State alone boasts nearly 200 state parks, rivers that go on for thousands of miles, 4 mountain ranges, canals, streams, lakes, ocean fronts, and countless species of wildlife. One of the coolest national parks to see is the Saratoga National Historic Park, which was the battlefield of the Saratoga battle. It was here that the American forces of the fight for independence met and defeated a major British force in 1777. History enthusiast or not, this is just…cool.
New York City itself is really something to discover. You can start off your day sipping a Starbucks in NY’s famous Central Park, walk two blocks uptown, and discover the street that a scene in the movie you saw last Saturday was filmed on. When lunch time arrives, have a slice of the infamous “New York Pizza” that you’ve heard all about. And then maybe hop on the subway going downtown a few stops, get off at Wall Street, and see where George Washington swore oath into office.
If urban environments really aren’t your thing, or you’re really just in the mood to kick up your feet, read your favorite book and relax, upstate New York is just what you’re looking for where you’ll find yourself encompassed in breathtaking nature, and you’ll never want to leave.
Whether you’re seeking a vacation that involves getting sand in between your toes as you walk along the Jersey Shore beaches or going a little crazy on a roller coaster in Jackson’s Six Flags Great Adventure, you should be sure to always end your day relaxing at a New Jersey bed & breakfast.
Ensure that your travels – be they vacation or business – take you to all of the wonderful cities that New Jersey has to offer. Places to be sure to visit are Atlantic City (and its famous boardwalk), Hammonton, Cape May, Wildwood, Ocean City, Pinelands, Trenton, Princeton, Seaside Heights, Long Beach Island, Tuckerton Seaport Village, Frenchtown, Morristown, Newark, Hoboken, and the Meadowlands, just to name a few.
New Jersey offers so many state and national parks that will be sure to take your breath away and make your jaw drop to the floor. If you’re interested in hiking and love the fantastic views that nature has to offer, visit New Jersey’s High Point State Park in Sussex, where you can stand more than 1,800 feet above sea level — just to be sure you’ve got the best view! Or if you’re more of the history buff, be sure to visit New Jersey’s Fort Mott State Park in Pennsville, where you can explore the fortifications that were erected in 1896 in anticipation of the Spanish-American War.
And to all the shopaholics out there: New Jersey is the place for you! With tons of malls to choose from, you’re sure to find exactly what you want in the Garden State. The Mall at Short Hills and the Paramus Park Shopping Center are two of New Jersey’s most popular malls that would be a shame to miss…and clothing is tax-free!
But wait, isn’t this called the Garden State? The answer is yes, and for a good reason. The NJ State Botanical Gardens at Skylands Manor is a great place to start because it has thirteen gardens in itself — each different, but all breathtaking. After visiting NJ’s Botanical Gardens, you should stop by the Morven Museums and Gardens. The museum at Morven Museum and Garden is situated in the house called Morven, the former New Jersey Governor’s Mansion and 18th century home of Richard Stockton, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
New Mexico is known to be one of the most culture-rich states. Whether you’re eager to visit the best known alien saucer crash in the United States or visit El Santuario de Chimayó, a beautiful shrine that thousands of pilgrims journey to on foot during Holy Week, New Mexico is sure to keep you busy.
The state of New Mexico offers six wondrous regions. The Southeast Region has what has been referred to by many as the 8th Wonder of the World – Carlsbad Caverns National Park – and many popular cities such as Alamogordo, Carlsbad, Corona, Fort Sumner, Grady, Hobbs, Lincoln, Roswell, Santa Teresa and Vaughn. The Southwest Region has many admired cities such as Anthony, Chaparral, Columbus, Fort Bayard, Hatch, Hillsboro, Las Cruces, Lordsburg, Magdalena, and Silver City. The Central Region, also known as the “Heart of New Mexico,” is where you can find the World’s Longest Tramway, Route 66, and many popular cities such as Albuquerque, Belen, Bernalillo, Cubero, Edgewood, Laguna, Los Lunas, Placitas, and Rio Rancho. The Northeast Region is where you can visit Capulín Volcano National Monument, which is an extinct volcanic cone which has not been active for over ten thousand years. Also in the Northeast Region you can visit many popular cities such as Angel Fire, Capulín, Cimarron, Clayton, Des Moines, Folsom, Las Vegas, Logan, Mosquero, Raton, Santa Rosa, Solano, and Tucumcari. Visit the North Central Region, the landscape that inspired Georgia O’Keeffe’s impressive colorful and shapely paintings. Important cities of the North Central Region to note are Abiquiu, Cerrillos, Chama, Espanola, Lamy, Los Almos, Madrid, Red River, Santa Fe, and Taos. Finally, the Northwest Region boasts the America’s largest Indian reservation: the Navajo Nation and popular cities of Aztec, Bloomfield, Farmington, Gallup, Grants and Zuni.
The two major rivers of the Rio Grance and Pecos River run straight down the middle of New Mexico and offer tons of fun activities for everyone, like white water rafting, fishing, boating, kayaking, water skiing, and more.
New Mexico also offers 3 national parks and over 30 state parks. The City of Rocks State Park was formed of volcanic ash more than thirty million years ago and were moved and sculpted by wind and water to form into monolithic blocks. The Rio Grande Nature Center State Park is a true natural beauty located in Albuquerque. This state park has a trail system along the river and the center offers naturalist-led hikes, bosque exploration, exhibits, interactive activities, teacher workshops, seasonal classes, and special events for everybody.
With its largest employer being the tourism industry, Nevada, also known as the Silver State, has really got hospitality down. Choose from the wide selection of B&Bs, cabins, lodges, and inns near your favorite Nevada activities, including golfing, shopping, skiing, spas, biking, climbing, hiking, mining, off-roading, tours, cruises, water sports, museums, and the list goes on.
Some must-see Nevada cities include Alamo, Amargosa Valley, Austin, Baker, Boulder City, Carson City, Dayton, Elko, Fallon, Gardnerville, Lake Tahoe, Las Vegas, Pioche, Silver Springs, and Wellington. Nevada has incredible state and national parks that are definitely worth seeing. Nevada’s largest national park is Great Basin National Park and is found on the eastern side of the state. Great Basin National Park has countless natural riches, like its alpine lakes, limestone caverns, and even a small glacier! In the west resides Lake Tahoe State Park, which has tons of different places for guests to enjoy, like Sand Harbor (which has sandy beaches, picnicking and more), and Cave Rock (which is a great spot for boat launching and fishing).
And of course there’s Las Vegas. One of the liveliest cities in perhaps the world, Las Vegas abounds with hotels, spas, casinos, golf courses, restaurants, theaters, and more – a vacationer’s dream in the form of a city! With so many recreational opportunities, it might be difficult to pick what to do in your time there.
If you’re contemplating whether Nevada is family friendly enough, contemplate no further. Nevada is filled with theme parks, aquariums, miniature golf, zoos, and so much more. Wander over to M&M’S World Las Vegas or explore 25 rides and attractions at the Adventuredome Theme Park inside Circus Circus! Whatever your family’s main interests are, Nevada is such a fun-filled place and is sure to entertain you.
Whether you long to hike to a waterfall or take a rafting trip along the Androscoggin River, you’ll never be at a shortage of things to do when you’re spending time in New Hampshire. Although it is the 5th smallest state (by land area) in the United States, it offers some of the most breathtaking and unique bed & breakfasts to complete any vacation.
When you visit New Hampshire, make sure you make it to some of its great cities like Portsmouth, Concord, Manchester and the Monadnock region. Be sure to also visit New Hampshire’s Lake Region, encompassing Lake Winnipesaukee, the Squam Lakes, Lake Sunapee, and Pleasant Lake. Don’t miss New Hampshire’s gorgeous state parks: Daniel Webster Birthplace, Endicott Rock, Port Constitution Historic Site, Fort Stark Historic Site, Franklin Pierce Homestead, Governor Wentworth Historic Site, Hannah Duston Memorial, John Wingate Weeks Historic Site, Robert Frost Farm, Taylor Mill Historic Site, Tip Top House, Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion.
Other great New Hampshire attractions include: Six Gun City & Fort Splash Water Park, Meredith Village: Historical Walking Tour, Searless Castle at Windham, Bedford Historical Society, American Independence Museum, Seacost Science Center, Weirs Beach Go-Kart Track, Inc., Winnipesaukee Pier, The Science and Nature Center at Seabrook Station, JFK Coliseum, North Woods Rafting, Ballooning Adventures, Bartletts Blueberry Farm, Friends of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse, and so much more.
Visitors to the “Cornhusker State” will be pleasantly surprised by the serenity offered in this agricultural state. There really is something for everyone in Nebraska, and some places that you should not miss are Omaha, Lincoln, Kearney, Grand Island, North Platte, Sidney, Hastings, York, Bellevue, Lexington, South Sioux City, Norfolk and Columbus.
From museums to national monuments to zoos, there are so many exciting and historical places and things to visit in Nebraska. Probably one of the most-visited sites in Nebraska is the Scottsbluff National Monument, which towers 800 feet above the North Platte River. If you’re more of the animal-lover, you will thoroughly enjoy Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo, which is home to many rare species like the rare Japanese giant salamander. Or maybe if you’re looking for a new treasure or keepsake you should visit Omaha’s Old Market, which is very popular and well liked among those who visit, with its cobbled roads, preserved buildings, and one very tempting flea market.
Many people are also very drawn to the state capital: Lincoln. If you’re looking for something fun and adventurous that your kids are sure to enjoy, visit the Lincoln Children’s Museum. The museum has so many hands-on interactive exhibits that ensure the whole family has a great time. An additional attraction in Lincoln is the Nebraska State Capitol building, which combines Gothic and classical influences into its limestone structure.
Last but certainly not least, Carhenge is an underground attraction in Nebraska and encompasses almost forty Cadillac cars, pickup trucks and hot rods, all of which are arranged in the same formation as Stonehenge. Without a doubt, the state of Nebraska will be sure to “wow” you with its wide variety of attractions.
Minnesota offers its visitors a plethora of things to enjoy. Take a swing at one of its more than 400 golf courses or shop ’til you drop at Mall of America! Wherever in Minnesota your vacation takes you, there is sure to be a B&B ready to welcome you!
Also known as the North Star State, some of the most popular Minnesota activities and attractions include museums, performing arts, fishing, camping, biking, shopping, fine dining, and more. Visit tons of great cities and towns found in Minnesota, including Minneapolis, Saint Paul, Rochester, Duluth, Bloomington, Plymouth, Brooklyn Park, St. Cloud, Burnsville, and Maple Grove.
The idyllic state of Minnesota also has an array of state and national parks that are worth visiting, including Voyageurs National Park, Afton State Park, Banning State Park, Big Bog State Recreation Area, Blue Mounds State Park, and Frontenac State Park. Also don’t miss out on the two national monuments found in the North Star State – Pipestone National Monument and Grand Portage National Monument.
Other great Minnesota activities and attractions that you won’t want to miss include: Mall of America, Gilbert & Sullivan Very Light Opera Company, Loft Literary Center, Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Guthrie Theater, Minnesota State Fair, Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, and Minnesota Orchestra.
Named after the Spanish word for “mountainous” (montaña), the hilly terrain makes for great outdoor activities like biking, hiking, fishing, rafting and more. Whether you’re interested in going to a rodeo or dog sledding through the mountains, there is an assortment of hospitable Montana B&Bs just waiting for your arrival
Make sure your Montana voyage takes you to all of the great regions that it has to offer, including Glacier Country, Russell Country, Missouri River Country, Gold West Country, Yellowstone Country, and Custer Country. Montana is also very well known for its national parks, two of the most famous in the country are located right here in Montana: Glacier National Park, right by Flathead Lake and Kalispell, and Yellowstone National Park, right by Yellowstone River and Livingston.
Montana’s trout streams are part of what make Montana such a unique place. Lots of different species of trout are found in Montana’s streams, and virtually all streams and rivers in Montana have one or more species of trout. History buffs will also be very impressed with the countless historical attractions that Montana has to offer. The Battle of Little Bighorn national monument, found in Crow Agency, allows visitors to experience the bravery of the 1876 battle. Ghost towns are also quite popular attractions in Montana, and more than twenty cities – Jefferson City and Marysville, to name a few – offer ghost towns to explore.
Whether you’re ready to put on your baseball cap and enjoy a St. Louis Cardinals game or roll down the windows and drive along the famous Route 66, Missouri, also known as the Show Me State, has a wide selection of bed & breakfasts, inns, cabins, lodges, and small hotels in close proximity of enticing activities like shopping, golfing, swimming, camping, fishing, and fine dining.
Your options are far from limited when deciding what to do in this adventurous state, and there is – without a question – something for everyone to enjoy while visiting Missouri. Missouri prides itself in its numerous national parks and famous attractions. Must-see cities include Springfield, St. Louis, Kansas City, St. Charles and Branson.
The amount of state parks that Missouri boasts is endless. Visit the Lewis and Clark State Park in Rushville, the Mark Twain State Park in Stoutsville, or even go on exciting cave tours at the Meramic State Park or the Onondaga Cave State Park. The history of Missouri is one of a kind, and really something worth exploring and learning about.
Additional points of interest include St. Louis’s Gateway Arch in Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park (which you can ride a tram to the top of!), the Missouri Botanical Garden of St. Louis, the Dickenson Park Zoo of Springfield, the American Jazz Museum of Kansas City, the Ameristar Casino of St. Charles, and much more. Guests of Missouri B&Bs can also enjoy taking boat tour on the Mississippi River while visiting St. Charles. After a day of seeing so many famous sights, it’s always good to know that the nightlife in both St. Louis and St. Charles are worth mentioning.
Whether you long to visit the world’s largest man-made collection of sea life at the Georgia Aquarium, or catch a Falcons game at Georgia Dome, you will, without a doubt, be able to find an accommodating B&B close to your Georgia destination. Also known as the Peach State, Georgia offers tons of activities to enjoy, including hiking, boating, golf, spas, historical sites, museums, sports, and more.
When in Georgia, do not miss any of the popular cities, such as Atlanta, Madison, Savannah, Albany, Augusta, Columbus, Macon, Marietta, Roswell, and Sandy Springs. Georgia is filled was a number of incredible state and national parks that are worth visiting! Visit the “Little Grand Canyon” at Providence Canyon State Park. Or witness beautiful mountain vistas at the Cloudland Canyon State Park. Other great parks include Andersonville National Historic Site, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Dahlonega Gold Museum Historic Site, Indian Springs State Park, Jefferson Davis Memorial Historic Site, Mistletoe State Park, and Vogel State Park.
After you’ve visited Georgia’s breathtaking state parks, check out some other attractions that visitors love: World of Coca Cola, Stone Mountain Park, Zoo Atlanta, Six Flags Over Georgia, Imagine It! The Children’s Museum of Atlanta, Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, Pebble Hill Plantation, Flint Riverquarium, Agrirama, Okeefenokee Swam, SAM Shortline Excursion Train, Georgia Music Hall of Fame, Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, and the Kangaroo Conservation Center.
Visitors to “The Magnolia State” will find no shortage of entertainment as they explore the wide variety of attractions and activities that Mississippi boasts, including shopping, fine dining, music, southern art, civil rights historical sites, golf, gambling, and so much more. With its famous musical scene, rich historical attractions, thrilling casinos, and idyllic farms, Mississippi’s diverse cultural offerings and friendly people earn it its nickname, “The Hospitality State.” Whether you’re looking to indulge in mouth-watering BBQ, listen to the blues at one of the state’s famous nightclubs, or find golfer nirvana at any of 140 courses, it would be a mistake to not stay at one of this state’s many fine inns.
From the state’s capital, Jackson, and Vicksburg, in central Mississippi, to Biloxi, Long Beach, Pass Christian, and Natchez in the South, to Amory, Hernando, and Olive Branch in the North, there’s a plethora of exciting destinations to enjoy.
Mississippi offers a number of state parks, many of them with golf courses, including Roosevelt State Park, Lefleur’s Bluff, Clarko State Park, Great River Road State Park, Hugh White State Park, J.P. Coleman State Park, Lake Lowndes, Legion State Park, Leroy Percy State Park, Natchez National Historic Park, Percy Quin State Park, Shepard State Park, Tishomingo State Park, Trace State Park, Tombigbee State Park, and others.
Other places to be sure to check out include Ameristar Casino Hotel Vicksburg, Beau Rivage Biloxi, Boomtown Casino Biloxi, Grand Casino Biloxi, Alice Mosely Folk Art and Antique Museum, Beauvoir – Jefferson Davis Home and Presidential Library, Catfish Capitol of the World, Delta Blues Museum, Elvis Presley Birthplace, Geyser Falls Water Park, Governor’s Mansion, Grand Village of the Natchez Indians, Historic Jefferson College, Jackson Zoological Park, John C. Stennis Space Center, Longleaf Trace, Music Hall of Fame, Mynelle Gardens, Rosalie Mansion, Willliam Faulkner’s Home Rowan Oak, Vicksburg National Military Park, Windsor Ruins, Ethel Wright Mohamed’s Stichery Museum, Mississippi Museum of Art, Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art, and the Sports Hall of Fame Museum.
Known as a mixture of both old and new & rural and urban, Massachusetts offers its visitors the opportunity for a diverse vacation. Whether you’re interested in shopping at Quincy Market or walking the famous Freedom Trail Massachusetts is overflowing with things for its visitors to indulge in, including historical sites, museums, whale watching, music, fine dining, outdoor recreation, and so much more. Some of the more famous and visited Massachusetts cities include Boston, Cambridge, Lowell, Wellesley, Andover, Salem, Newton, and Concord, so be sure to check most – if not all – of those out!
From the Berkshires to Cape Cod, the state of Massachusetts has a gorgeous array of natural wonders to enjoy, including the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, Cape Cod National Seashore, Martha’s Vineyard, Bash Bish Falls State Park, and Mount Sugarloaf State Reservation. Whether you visit these places for their beaches or pure beauty, they are sure to impress.
Visitors to Massachusetts usually make sure to visit: Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall, New England Aquarium, Boston Children’s Museum, Isabella Steward Gardner Museum, Boston Pops, Freedom Trail, Boston Common, Brant Point Light, Old Mill in Nantucket, Tanglewood Music Festival, and Plymouth Plantation.
Located in the core of the Great Lakes region, Michigan consists of two peninsulas and five regions – all of which are thoroughly enjoyed by visitors. Whether you long to explore Detroit history at the Henry Ford Museum or cheer on the Wolverines at Michigan Stadium, there is sure to be an accommodating and impressive bed and breakfast nearby!
Michigan, also known as the the Great Lakes State, abounds with what seems like an endless amount of activities, such as casinos, museums, shopping, music, fine dining, outdoor recreation, and so much more. Detroit, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Warren, Lansing, Dearborn, Battle Creek, and Midland are just some of the popular Michigan destinations, but there are of course many more.
The beautiful state of Michigan also has an array of state and national parks that are worth visiting, including Isle Royale National Park, Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Fort Wilkins Historic State Park, Historic Mill Creek State Park, and Mackinac Island State Park. If you’re still looking for something to do during your stay in Michigan, look into: the Motown Historical Museum, the GM Renaissance Center, the Detroit Historical Museum, Comerica Park, the Historic Trinity Lutheran Church, the Eastern Market, the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, the Matthael Botanical Gardens, and the John Ball Zoo.
There is literally something for everyone in California! Vacationers enjoy endless sun, plentiful beaches, and countless attractions whether they visit Wine Country, Disneyland, Hollywood Boulevard or the Golden Gate Bridge. From tall Redwoods of the North Coast to the sizzling valleys of the Desert Area, there are unlimited spots to enjoy.
Some of the must-sees include: Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, and Malibu of LA County; Mendocino of the North Coast; Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear Lake of the Southern California Mountains; Napa, Sonoma, and Saint Helena of Wine Country; and, of course, San Diego and San Francisco. California has dozens of incredible state parks to explore. Visit the North Coast region to enjoy fishing, swimming, and hiking through the awesome Redwood preserves.
Or, if you have a passion for marine life, stop in San Francisco for marine reserves highlighting the famous elephant seals and other sea creatures. Bed & Breakfast innkeepers know the local secrets so check their websites when planning your itinerary.
Visitors to Maine will delight in the abundance of attractions and activities. Whether you want to sample fresh lobster or hit the moguls on the famous Maine ski slopes, you’re sure to have nothing short of an incredible stay in Maine when you stay at one of its magnificent bed & breakfasts.
Maine, also known as the Pine Tree State, abounds with tons of your favorite pastimes, including shopping, skiing, snowboarding, dining, hiking, fishing, antiquing, and more. Make sure your expeditions bring you to all of the fine cities Maine has to offer, including Portland, Lewiston, Bangor, Augusta, Bar Harbor, Boothbay Harbor, Freeport, and Kennebunk.
Visitors to Maine can enjoy a large selection of outdoor activities, including Acadia National Park, Appalachian National Scenic Trail, Maine Roosevelt Campobello International Park, Saint Croix Island International Historic Site, and Fort Knox. Other fun things to see and/or do while in Maine include: Acadian Village, Old Sow Whirlpool, West Quoddy Head Lighthouse, Belfest Bearfest, Beech Ridge Speedway, St. Francis Monastery and Shrines, Maine Renaissance Faire, and McLaughlin Foundation Perennial Gardens & Arboretum.
Whether you’re looking to explore its rich history, spend a week at the beach in Ocean City or catch an Orioles home game, Maryland has numerous bed and breakfasts to choose from.
This historical state has a great selection of things to do, from antiquing, visiting historical sites, and fishing, to boating, going to festivals, museums, sporting events, restaurants, beaches and more. Maryland boasts a number of well known cities that should not be missed during your next trip, including Annapolis, Baltimore, Bethesda, Columbia, Hagerstown, Salisbury, Stevensville, Centreville, Easton, Denton, and Cumberland.
This fascinating state abounds with a number of incredible national and state parks that should not be missed, including Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine, Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park, Clara Barton National Historic Site, Hampton National Historic Site, Potomoke River State Park, and Elk Neck State Park.
Some other great places and things to check out while in Maryland include Antique Row in Baltimore, Baltimore Civil War Museum, The Inner Harbor, Lexington Market, Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Sherwood Gardens, Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, US Naval Academy Museum, Maryland State House, Fells Point, Baltimore Aquarium and the National Library of Medicine.
Iowa, which is sometimes referred to as the American Heartland, attracts visitors year-round. Whether you long to enjoy Iowa’s world-class outdoor recreation or stroll down the bustling streets of Des Moines, there is sure to be a cozy bed and breakfast near your Iowa destination.
Also known as the Hawkeye State, Iowa offers a great assortment of things to do, including camping, skiing, golf, cycling, historical sites, and so much more. Filled with tons of fascinating places to visit, including the notable Des Moines, Sioux City, Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, Dubuque, and Davenport, Iowa offers visitors countless cities to explores. Love state and national parks? Make sure to stop by at least one of the many that it has to offer, including Effigy Mounds National Monument, Herbert Hoover National Historic Site, Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, and Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail. If you’d rather avoid the great outdoors, though, you should check out the Blank Park Zoo, the Basilica of St. John, the Des Moines Art Center, the Heritage Carousel of Des Moines, the National Czech & Slovak Museum & Library, the Cedar Rapids Museum of Art, the Crystal Lake Cave, and more.
Kansas, nicknamed the Sunflower State, offers an impressive selection of bed and breakfasts close to your favorite Kansas activities, including boating, hunting, fishing, hiking, cycling, festivals, dining, and more. No matter what you come for, be it the majestic beauty of the Kansas Flint Hills or the heart-pumping excitement of the Kansas Speedway, there’s sure to be a relaxing and welcoming B&B near your Kansas destination.
Some major cities that you should be sure to explore are Topeka, Kansas City, Wichita, Dodge City, and Fort Scott. Kansas, more so than many places, offers an incredible array of attractions for history lovers, including Brown V Board of Education National Historic Site, Fort Scott National Historic Site, Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, Oregon National Historic Trail, Pony Express National Historic Trail, Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve, Cedar Bluff State Park, and Mushroom Rock State Park. If, after exploring all of the great state and national parks that Kansas has to offer, you’re still up for more, you should check out: the Kansas Museum of History, the First Presbyterian Church, the Great Overland Station, the Reinisch Rose Garden, the Topeka Zoological Park, the Kansas Speedway, the Crown Uptown Dinner Theatre, the Lake Afton Public Observatory, and the Wichita Symphony Orchestra, just to name a few.
Indiana has something to offer every visitor. The state attracts those who want to ride the Ferris wheel at Indiana Beach and those who watch their favorite drivers race the Indy 500. Whatever your reasons for traveling to Indiana, though, there is sure to be an array of accommodating inns nearby!
There are so many wonderful cities in Indiana to explore, including Indianapolis, Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus, Elkhart, Evansville, Fort Wayne, Gary, Kokomo, Lafayette, Michigan City, Muncie, South Bend, and Terre Haute. Indiana is known for its outdoor recreation, and its numerous state and national parks are worth the trip. Nature lovers will adore the beautiful beaches and majestic dunes of the Indiana Dunes National Park. Or history lovers can get their kicks at the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial, which preserves the site of the farm where President Lincoln grew up. Other great parks include George Rogers Clark National Historical Park, Brown County State Park, Chain O’ Lakes State Park, Charlestown State Park, Clifty Falls State Park, Falls of the Ohio State Park, and McCormick’s Creek State Park to name a few. Other fun things to see and do in Indiana include: Amish Acres, Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, Boggstown Cabaret, Cannelton Historic District, Cass County Dentzel Carousel, Chateau Thomas Winery, St. Joseph and Holy Family churches, Circus Hall of Fame, Downtown Muncie Arts District, Evansville’s Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden, Indiana Railway Museum, Indiana Repertory Theatre, and Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum.
Illinois, home to the country’s third-largest city, Chicago, has a great selection of B&Bs near its selection of equally great activities, including hiking, camping, shopping, museums, nightlife, and more.
Along with Chicago, other great cities to visit include Springfield, Rockford, Naperville, and Peoria. Known for its outdoor activities and its wide array of state and national parks, Illinois offers a wide range of activities. History buffs will enjoy the National Heritage Corridor, which features the Illinois & Michigan Canal, a 97-mile canal built in 1848 that connected the Great Lakes to the Mississippi River watershed. Or, for hiking, hunting, fishing, and boating, be sure to stop by Fort Massac State Park. Other great parks include the Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail, the Lincoln Home National Historic Site, the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail, and the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail. Those who would rather spend more time indoors should inquire: Burpee Museum of Natural History; Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum; John G. Shedd Aquarium; Field Museum of Natural History; Art Institute of Chicago; Museum of Science and Industry; Millennium Park; Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum; Brookfield Zoo; Buckingham Fountain; Chicago Blues Festival; and Frank Lloyd Wright Home and Studio.
Visitors that vacation in Idaho, also known as the Gem State, will be able to enjoy a wide selection of bed and breakfasts close to fun Idaho activities, including ballooning, camping, ATV riding, kayaking, hiking, fly fishing, mountain biking, skiing, and more!
When in Idaho, make certain that you see all of the wonderful cities that it has to offer, including state capital, Boise, Nampa, Pocatello, Idaho Falls, Meridian, Caldwell, Coeur d’Alene, Lewiston, Twin Falls, and Lava Hot Springs. The state of Idaho is all about the outdoors, and there are a number of incredible state parks that are worth visiting! Amateur paleontologists will enjoy exploring the world’s richest known fossil deposits from the Pliocene era at Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument. Or check out Craters of the Moon National Monument, which offers a wide array of volcanic features and unique plant and animal life. Other great parks include City of Rocks National Reserve, Minidoka Internment National Monument, Nez Perce National Historic Park, Ponderosa State Park, and Bear Lake State Park. If the outdoors are not your thing, you should scope out… Boise Train Depot; Evel Knievel Jump Site; Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail; Balanced Rock; Thunder Mountain Line; Idaho Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial; Idaho Falls Cultural District; 45 Ranch Conservation Area – Owyhee Canyonlands; and Zoo Boise.
Hawaii, also known as the Aloha state, offers plenty of exciting and unique activities, including surfing, hiking, kayaking, camping, boating, swimming, shopping, fine dining, and more!
Although separated into many different islands, Hawaii is filled with tons of places that visitors should be sure to check out, including Holualoa, Captain Cook, Pahoa, and Volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii; Kapaa, Kilauea, and Lihue on Kauai; Haiku, Hana, Kihei, and Paia on Maui; and Haleiwa, Honolulu, and Kailua on Oahu. See two of the world’s most active volcanoes at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Other great parks include: Haleakala National Park, Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Historic Park, Lava Tree State Monument, ‘Akaka Falls State Park, Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area, and Kaelakekua Bay State Historical Park. Visitors and locals also enjoy: Mau Kea Mountain, Waipo Valley, Puukohola Heiau, Haleakala Crater, Hana scenic highway, Iao Needle, Big Beach on Maui, Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor, Iolani Palace, Pegge Hopper Gallery, Ramsay Museum, Arts at Marks Garage, Waimea Canyon, and Wailua River.
Florida offers beautiful weather and fun activities for year round vacations. Whether you’ve always wanted to meet Mickey Mouse at Disney World, or you’re simply looking to catch some rays on over 663 miles of sunny beaches spanning the state, there are tons of B&Bs close to whichever Florida destination you’re visiting. With an abundance of things to do, travelers to Florida can enjoy beaches, birding, boating, diving & snorkeling, fishing, golf, spa, shopping, and more.
Be sure that your visit to Florida takes you to all the great cities it has to offer, including Hutchinson Island, Mount Dora, and Tallahassee in the Central region; Amelia Island, Jacksonville, and Saint Augustine in the Northeast; Fort Lauderdale, Miami Beach, and West Palm Beach on the South Atlantic Coast; St. Petersburg, Bradenton, and Venice in the South Gulf Coast & Islands region; and Islamorada, Key Largo, and Key West in the Florida Keys. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy any of the 150 incredible state and national parks. For a peak at one of the largest subtropical wilderness areas in the United States, visit the Everglades National Park in Homestead. Or, those with sea legs can enjoy snorkeling, diving, boating, and fishing at Biscayne National Park, located within spitting distance of Miami. Other great parks include Big Cypress National Preserve, Canaveral National Seashore, Dry Tortugas National Park, Gulf Islands National Seashore, and Timucuan Ecological & Historic Preserve. Other great Florida attractions include: Disneyworld, Everglades Alligator Farm, Miami Beach Botanical Garden, Miami Art Museum, Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, Amelia Island Museum of History, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, The Florida Aquarium, Museum of Science and Industry, Daytona 500 Experience, Ponce de Leon Lighthouse, Green Mountain Scenic Byway, Orlando Balloon Rides, Florida Keys Scenic Highway, Florida Keys History of Diving Museum, Key West Shipwreck Historeum, and the Southernmost House Museum in the USA.
Whether you long to drive through the striking landscapes of “Chateau Country”, frolic in the surf of Rehoboth or Bethany beaches or watch the blue heron take flight in the Bombay Hook Wildlife Refuge, visitors to Delaware have plenty of activities to choose from. A vacation in Delaware includes tax-free shopping, antiquing, historical sites, outdoor recreation, festivals, golf, flea markets, fishing, boating, and more.
Make sure your vacation or business travel takes you to all the great cities Delaware has to offer, including Bethany Beach, Georgetown, Wilmington, Frankford, Newark, Dover, Delaware City, Lewes, Rehoboth, and Rehoboth Beach. History buffs will enjoy watching the Civil War come to life at Fort Delaware State Park. Or, if fishing is your favorite hobby, Cape Henlopen State Park offers a quarter-mile fishing pier stretching into Delaware Bay. Other great parks include Fort DuPont State Park, Port Penn, Delaware Seashore State Park, Fenwick Island State Park, Trap Pond State Park, Bellevue State Park, and White Clay Creek State Park. Other great Delaware attractions include: Newmours Mansion & Gardens, the Grand Opera House, Governor Ross Mansion and Museum, First State Ballet Theater, Biggs Museum of American Art, Ardensingers, Old Swedes Church, Rockford Tower, Delaware Agricultural Museum & Village, Annual Olde Tyme Peach Festival, Annual Wilmington Garden Day, Amstel House, Delaware Art Museum, Delaware Breakwater East End Lighthouse, Delaware Toy & Miniature Museum, Shipyard Shops, and Nassau Valley Vineyards.
From the snow-capped Rocky Mountains to the raging rapids of the Colorado River to the picturesque mesas, the beauty of Colorado’s wilderness is legendary. Nicknamed“The Centennial State”, Colorado offers B&Bs near everyone’s desired attractions – be it skiing in Aspen, hiking in Mesa Verde National Park, or enjoying the robust nightlife of Denver.
Vacationers can choose from lodging close to all their favorite activities and sites, including hiking, scenic train rides, hunting, fishing, historical sites, shopping, and of course, skiing. From the slopes of Vail to Pikes Peak to the bustling streets of Denver, there are unlimited destinations to enjoy. Don’t miss the other great cities in Colorado including Boulder, Fort Collins, and Red Feather Lakes in the Front Range region; Aspen, Breckenridge, and Carbondale in the Northwest; Colorado Springs, Cascade, and Salida in the South Central region; and Durango, Cedaredge, and Silverton in the Southwest.
As one of the earliest English settlements in North America, Connecticut boasts a rich history and ample cultural activities. Whether you’re headed to the charming seaside town of New London, the Yale University Campus in New Haven, or the bustling capital in Hartford, there is sure to be an accommodating bed and breakfast close to your desired attractions.
Each of Connecticut’s seven regions have their own cultural flavor and unique scenery. Some of the most picturesque destinations include Old Saybrook, Portland and Westbrook in the River Valley & Shoreline region; Greenwich, Old Greenwich, and Stamford in Fairfield County; the capital, Hartford, in the Greater Hartford region; Mystic, New London, and Stonington in the Mystic region; Woodstock and Stafford Springs in the Northeast; Norfolk, Canaan, and Middlebury in the Northwest; and, of course, New Haven on the South Sea Coast. For those who crave the great outdoors, there are dozens of state parks to explore. Be sure to check out these natural and man-made gems: Gillette Castle State Park in East Haddam; Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison for Connecticut’s largest stretch of shoreline; Harkness Memorial State Park in Waterford for a look at the stately Eolia mansion; and Rocky Neck State Park in East Lyme for crabbing, fishing, and prime birdwatching. Other places that those traveling to CT enjoy include Mystic Seaport, Fall Foliage Driving Loops, Connecticut Wine Trail, The Mark Twain House, Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, Foxwoods Resort and Mohegan Sun Casinos, Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum in Fairfield County, Yale Art Gallery, Lyman Orchards Golf Course, Florence Griswold Museum, Barker Character, Comic & Cartoon Museum, and Eli Whitney Museum.
Visitors to the Yellowhammer state will find no shortage of southern hospitality at the fine Alabama bed & breakfasts, inns, cabins, lodges, and small hotels. And while things tend to move a little slower in the South, you can keep your visit interesting with a variety of attractions and activities including golf, hiking, fishing, beaches, historical sites, museums, performing arts, and national parks.
From Florence, Huntsville, and Decatur in the mountains of northern Alabama, to Anniston, Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Selma and Montgomery in central Alabama, to Mobile and Gulf Shores in the Gulf Coast Region, there’s a plethora of exciting destinations to enjoy. Alabama offers over 20 beautiful State Parks including Joe Wheeler State Park, Desoto State Park, Cheaha State Park, Oak Mountain State Park, Gulf State Park, Horseshoe Bend National Military Park, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Russell Cave National Monument, Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site, and Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site. Other points of interest include Natchez Trace Parkway, Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail, Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, Alabama Civil Rights Museum Trail, Alabama Department of Archives and History, Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center and IMAX® Dome Theater, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Alabama Wildlife Center, Alabama Music Hall of Fame, Huntsville Botanical Gardens, Montgomery Zoo, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, and the Betsy Ann Riverboat.
Visitors to “The Grand Canyon State,” will find a diverse selection activities and sites, including hiking, scenic drives, boating, Native American culture, archaeological digs, shopping, golf, casinos, and, of course, sampling some of the country’s most authentic Mexican cuisine!
Arizona boasts seven regions spanning multiple climates. From the Grand Canyon and Sedona’s famed red rocks in Northern Arizona, to the rich riparian areas and the Old West Towns of Southern Arizona, there are unlimited destinations to enjoy with B&Bs nearby. Don’t miss the world’s largest capital city, Phoenix, in Central Arizona, or Tucson in the South. Other great cities include Sedona and Mesa in the Central Region, Flagstaff in the Grand Canyon Region, Lakeside in the High Country, and Sierra Vista and Patagonia in the Southern Region. In addition to Grand Canyon National Park, this state offers a number of incredible state and national parks to explore. Be sure to check out: Petrified Forest National Park in Northeast Arizona for one of the world’s largest concentrations of petrified wood; Saguaro National Park, near Tucson, which includes beautiful tracts of Sonoran Desert and the famous Saguaro Cacti; Tumacácori National Historical Park in Southern Arizona for the ruins of three Spanish mission communities; Lake Mead National Recreation Area, in which three of America’s four desert ecosystems – the Mojave desert, the Great Basin desert, and the Sonoran Desserts – intersect, creating an unforgettable outdoor experience. Visitors to the state also enjoy: Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, Biosphere 2, Kitt Peak National Observatory, and Old Tucson Studios in Tucson; Arizona Science Center, the Desert Botanical Garden, Bank One Ballpark, The Phoenix Zoo, and the Phoenix Art Museum in Phoenix; and Goldfield Ghost Town and Mine Tour, Mesa Arts Center, the Commemorative Air Force Museum, Arizona Mills, and the Rose Garden at Mesa Community College in Mesa.
Visitors to “The Land of Opportunity” will find nothing but Southern Hospitality at Arkansas B&Bs, many of which are near a variety of attractions and activities including golf, hiking, camping, rafting, historical sites, shopping, scenic drives, rodeos, and more.
From the capital city Little Rock to Texarcana in the Timberlands, Arkansas offers so much to see. Visit Hot Springs and Mena in the Ouachitas Region, Fayetteville, Bella Vista, and Eureka Springs in the Ozarks, Helena, Johnsboro, and Marianna in Mississippi Valley! Arkansas has many memorable state parks and museums that offer a range of activities, including prospecting for diamonds and conquering roaring river rapids! Why not check out…Crater of Diamonds State Park, Historic Washington State Park, South Arkansas Arboretum, White Oak Lake State Park, Arkansas Post Museum, Delta Heritage Trail, Plantation Agricultural Museum, Toltec Mounds Archeological State Park, Cossatot River State Park-Natural Area, Lake Catherine State Park, Queen Wilhelmina State Park, Lake Dardanelle State Park, Mount Magazine State Park, Devil’s Den State Park, Mammoth Spring State Park, Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park, Withrow Springs State Park, and others? Other places worth visiting include… Red River Campaign National Historic Landmark, Arkansas Art Center, Arkansas Repertory Theater, Ballet Arkansas, Wildwood Park, Little Rock Arkansas Murder Mystery Dinner Theater, Belle of the Ozarks Cruise, Fairfield Bay Golf Course, Delta Rivers Nature Center, El Dorado Downtown Historic District, Little Rock Zoo, River Market District, Arkansas Scenic 7 Byway, and Arkansas Wine Country.
Visitors to the expansive state of Alaska, nicknamed “The Last Frontier,” will find culture and comfort at the lovely state’s inns. Lovers of the great outdoors in particular can take advantage of limitless activities to keep them busy, including sportfishing, ecotourism, historical sites, day cruises, canoeing and kayaking, hiking, cycling, and Northern Lights viewing. From Nome, Kotzebue, and Yakutat in the Far North, to Petersburg, Juneau, and Prince of Wales Island in the Inside Passage, to Anchorage, Homer, and Kenai in the South Central region, to Bethel and Kodiak in the Southwest, there are a tons of must-see destinations.
Alaska offers over fifty incredible state parks, including the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Chugach National Forest, Denali National Park, Gates of the Arctic National Park, Glacier Bay National Park, Inupiat Heritage Center, Kenai Fjords National Park, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Clark National Park, Misty Fjords National Monument, Noatak National Preserve, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, Tongass National Forest, Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve, and many more! Other must-see destinations include Mount McKinley, Miller’s Landing, Chikoot Trail, Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, Alaska Native Heritage Center, Valdez Museum and Cultural Archive, Alutiiq Museum & Archaeological Repository, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Alaska Zoo, and Alaska SeaLife Center to name a few.
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