TravelBest Small Towns in America

Best Small Towns in America

While big cities can still be noted more often in travel guides and on Instagram feeds, small towns offer unique opportunities to connect with past and present, move lesser-known channels, or even post pics to social media that everybody hasn’t already seen. Now there are 12 small towns (with a community of under 10,000) that are worth turning off the large road and seeing.

1. Avalon, California

The southwest area in Los Angeles County, Avalon is a retreat on Catalina Island, 22 miles off the coast of the continental coast of California. Coming to the island by boat might take about an hour from Long Beach, or, you’re a big spender, 15 minutes by helicopter. Seaside and sailing are the major highlights of Avalon, which has a local population of about 3,700, but you can go on underground falls, oysters, and play golf. Visitors looking to rest, can check out the parklands and marine reserve. There are indeed upscale restaurants, chain stores, and spas of the highest quality for those who are looking for a little extra beauty.

2. Dahlonega, Georgia

Many backpackers arrive at Dahlonega, at the foot of the Appalachian Mountains, rest and recover before starting a walk on the Appalachian Trail eight miles back. Guests which don’t want to perform the approximately 2, The 180-mile trail can offer you a more soothing stroll on any of the six waterfalls and is only a short car ride from downtown. Dahlonega made a name for itself during the Georgia Gold Rush of 1829, and an art chronicles the miner’s lives, which is anything besides colorful. Nevertheless, because it is part of the vineyards of North Georgia (about 20 wines create containers of Prosecco in the location), you can drink the good life quickly.  


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