It has many B&Bs for weekend getaways, as well as numerous National Register of Historic Places structures, to keep people occupied.
This home to the country's largest museum on an immigrant community and boasts an abundance of natural beauty, such as Dunning's Springs Park.
Glen Onoko Falls and an Italianate museum from 1861 are two of the many attractions in this little town, which is surrounded by breathtaking nature.
Cape May is renowned for its collection of well-restored Victorian gingerbread houses that border the Atlantic Ocean where it meets Delaware Bay.
The 78-mile-long Little Miami Scenic Trail, which connects to the 752-acre John Bryan State Park, makes this town, home to Antioch College, even more, beautiful during the winter.
Pawleys island, located 70 miles north of Charleston and across a causeway, is home to approximately 100 people but has historic buildings that date back to the 1700s.
Isle Royale National Park, accessible via Rock Harbor on Lake Superior, is one of the natural beauties of this Upper Peninsula town.
St. Francisville, part of the Baton Rouge metropolitan area and located on the banks of the Mississippi River, includes various plantations.
There are nine lakes to explore in this White Mountains community, including the state's largest, Lake Winnipesaukee.
This charming Dutchess County village along the Hudson River offers vistas of the Catskill Mountains and a bustling downtown filled with independent boutiques.