8 of the Most Underrated Attractions Across the US

Experience the phenomenon of the midnight sun in Fairbanks, where the sun rarely sets between mid-May and late July. Enjoy unique activities like visiting the Aurora Ice Museum and cuddling Alaskan Huskie puppies

Chase the Midnight Sun in Fairbanks, Alaska

Explore the beachside town of Marina, just outside of Monterey, California. Enjoy sunset fires on the beach at The Sanctuary Beach Resort and drive along Highway 1 to experience the stunning coastal views.

Road Trip through Marina, California

Spend your summer in Acadia National Park, Maine, where you can enjoy hiking trails, scenic drives, and lobster lunches at local eateries. Stay at the Terramor Outdoor Resort and indulge in s'mores by the campfire.

Get Outdoorsy in Acadia State Park, Maine

Experience the charm of Door County, Wisconsin, known for its cherry-picking season and retro vibes. Stay at the Holiday Music Motel and enjoy old-school ice cream parlors and secluded beaches at Rock Island State Park.

Have the Quaintest Summer in Door County, Wisconsin

Discover the beauty of Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, with its pristine beaches and small-town atmosphere. Stay at The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa and dine at The Salty Dog Café for a taste of local cuisine.

Live the Lowcountry Highlife in Hilton Head, South Carolina

Enjoy a summer getaway to Sedona, Arizona, known for its stunning landscapes and luxury accommodations. Stay at Ambiente, a Landscape Hotel, and indulge in spa treatments and gourmet dining experiences.

Sneak Away to Sedona, Arizona

Explore the San Juan Islands in Washington state, known for their picturesque landscapes and laid-back vibe. Stay at Friday Harbor House and enjoy local wines, fresh oysters, and scenic views.

Island Hop in the San Juan Islands, Washington

Experience cowboy culture in Bozeman, Montana, where you can enjoy outdoor activities like tubing down the Madison River and relaxing in the Chico Hot Springs. Stay at the RSVP Motel and soak

Check Out Some Cowboy Culture in Bozeman, Montana