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Martha's Vineyard, MA
Only 20 by 9 miles, Martha's Vineyard offers year-round beauty and lots to do! Each town has its unique character from the historic whaling Captain's grand homes and gardens in Edgartown to the Victorian Gingerbread cottages in Oak Bluffs. Vineyard Haven is the safe harbor for wooden sail boats, a bounty of galleries, local art, shopping, and small eateries, while "Up Island" you will see pastoral landscapes, rambling homes and farms. The Wampanoag honor their native heritage offering history, shops, & eateries at the western tip of the Island overlooking the colorful Gay Head Cliffs of Aquinnah.
The second-oldest city in SC, Beaufort boasts antebellum mansions, historic ruins perfect for exploring, a fully-restored downtown business district, and recreational pursuits like beaches, golf, and paddling. Check it out!
Killington & Rutland, VT
One of Vermont's most visited areas is the Killington-Rutland region of Central Vermont. Always active and never passive, one can experience diverse recreation opportunities or immerse oneself in the arts. Come see for yourself!
Big Island, HI
From its breathtaking volcanic terrain to its world-famous beaches & waterfalls, the Big Island of Hawaii is a place like no other.
Crystal Coast, NC
Discover the Crystal Coast, a 30-mile stretch of North Carolina coastline with spectacular beaches and unmatched attractions, from historic sites and miles of picturesque beach to wild estuaries and salt marshes teeming with wildlife.
Block Island, RI
The Victorian-era buildings in Old Harbor, Block Island, recall a more laid-back time when people would sit on covered porches and take in the view of the Atlantic. Named one of the last great places on earth, Block Island is a must-see destination for anyone who visits Rhode Island. Stay for a day (or for a week!) and take in the sights of this beautiful island, which you can only get to by ferry. Quaint shops, delicious restaurants, fun bars and nightclubs, and water-related activities abound in a place with no chain restaurants and no traffic lights.
Mad River Valley, VT
The Mad River Valley, in the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains, is easily accessible from anywhere in the Northeast, yet it still offers a uniquely Vermont experience nestled amongst those mountains.
Charleston's rich history, amazing architecture and southern hospitality make it #1 in Condé Nast Reader's Choice Awards for four years running.
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