20 Small Towns You Must Visit for a Calm and Peaceful Vacation

TonyTwoGuns May 7th 2015 Lifestyle
Many individuals reside in extremely large urban areas that are always overcrowded and polluted. When they go on vacation, they choose to visit small towns, just to get away from the everyday rush of things. Below you will discover some small towns that have a lot of offer you and your family.

#20 Sevierville, Tennessee

Thousands of tourists flock to Sevierville to escape their busy lifestyle. Not only will you find serenity and Heaven in Tennessee, but you will also find innumerable vacation venues such as Dollywood.

#19 Savannah, Georgia

Savannah is a southern town, with a lot of tourist attractions. You can take a ghost tour or visit the place, where Forrest Gump sat and waited on the public bus. The Spanish moss hangs low, which gives the town a spooky feel.

#18 Leavenworth, Washington

If you want to see a little piece of Heaven, you definitely need to visit Leavenworth. It is far enough away from the big city, so that you can sit back relax, shop, and enjoy serenity.

#17 Dahlonega, Georgia

This little town has innumerable little shops for you to enjoy. If you like antiques and art, this is definitely the place that you will find it.

#16 Solvang, California

This little Dutch replicated town is absolutely breathtaking. You can enjoy the local brewery or hit up the little town shops. There is quite a bit to do at this very popular tourist destination.

#15 Idyllwild, California

You can camp out or spend your vacation at the Fern Valley Inn. You will be treated like a queen or king, in this little homey town. It is absolutely stunning how much fun you can have here.

#14 Eureka Springs, Arkansas

The architecture and history of this small town will blow your mind. It has everything that you will find in a large city, except for overcrowding, smog, and traffic congestion.

#13 Ferndale, California

The historical buildings are lovely and so well kept up, by the community. Take a ride down the river on a cruise boat and enjoy the scenery.

#12 Stowe, Vermont

If you want to visit Stowe, be sure to wait till the winter months, because it is absolutely stunning. It will remind you of the olden days, when you went window shopping in the little town.

#11 Abingdon, Virginia

You can visit the Barter Theatre, and then hit the town for some good old-fashioned ice cream. The fall is the best time to visit this little town, because the fall foliage is beautiful.

#10 Jerome, Arizona

Jerome was constructed on the Cleopatra Hill, which is amazing, when you think about it. In the 1900’s building tools were not what they are today. It took quite a while to complete the historical buildings that are laid out all over the hill.

#9 Estes Park, Colorado

This little town is located right in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, and has been attracting visitors since the 1860’s. The town serves as base camp for the Rocky Mountain National Park.

#8 Nantucket, Massachusetts

If you are an artist this is the place for you. The quaint houses and picturesque harbors have been attracting artists for years.

#7 Stuart, Florida

If you like warm water and sea animals this is going to be the place for you. In Stuart you will be able to see the sea turtles on warm summer nights at the Hobe Sound Nature Center.

#6 Traverse City, Michigan

Traverse City is located in one of the top wine producing regions of the Midwest. The city is surrounded by dozens of wineries and taste rooms. Just remember to leave the kids at home.

#5 Cooperstown, New York

Cooperstown is widely known for its baseball history, but it is really the scenic beauty and cultural attractions that bring many people to this great little place.

#4 Port Townsend, Washington

This Victorian seaport is one of the jewels of the Pacific Northwest. Many visitors come here to enjoy the 19th century army base Fort Worden.

#3 Calistoga, California

In this little small town you can find great food and great wine. There is also a lot of history in this little town. So, if you are a history buff this is the place for you.

#2 Boonville, Missouri

Boonville is home to many historic locations including the 2,000 year old Native American burial grounds. The area was even settled by the sons of Daniel Boone.

#1 Edenton, North Carolina

Almost this entire town is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The old 1886 Roanoke River Lighthouse, originally built on stilts, was just restored to perfect beauty.


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