for Budget Travelers in United States
- 41USA6 reviews
Being from Kansas it holds a special place in my heart. a varied state thats not quite as flat as one would think. has every thing from cow towns to one of the Best space museums in the world. something for everyone !
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- 42USA11 reviews
Fires and their smoke have made it hard to see the first nuclear site in the US.
- 43USA9 reviews
Lovely place with lots to see and do. I loved the shops and the scenery is beautiful!
- 44USA7 reviews
Honestly, there isn't all that much going on in Delaware from what I've seen.
- 45USA13 reviews
I stopped in Jackson and a few smaller MS towns during a four-state road trip of the Deep South. I was there in the summer, so it was uber-humid, and I was constantly assailed by gangs of large mosquitos (disclaimer: it probably wasn't the best time to take a hike around a swamp). As a vegetarian in the land of ...
- 46USA6 reviews
If you like wide open spaces, mountain beauty and no people, well then Wyoming is the place for you. Wyoming is one of the few places I've driven for miles with out seeing another car. Nice for when you want to be by yourself. Bad for when you have car trouble. Make sure your cell phone has coverage when out ...
- 47USA7 reviews
Was born here but Winters to cold and summers to hot.
- 48USA4 reviews
I may be a bit biased seeing as how I'm from North Dakota, but there are many things that this state can provide travelers. A former governor said it was a place you can get lost. He didn't mean physically, but you can get lost from the hustle and bustle of every day life.
- 49USA11 reviews
New Mexico is an incredibly diverse place both in terms of setting and demographics. Founded as a Spanish colony with Native American communities that go back centuries, New Mexico has a fascinating history. Here they also set off the world's first nuclear weapon.
- 50USA7 reviews
Definitely an underrated state, although the capital is a bit dissappointing. The badlands and winde cave are worth the trip by themselves, and Custer State park is another gem and lake Oahe offers plenty of great opportunities for boating, fishing, and swimming.
- 51USA4 reviews
If you were going to come up with one word to describe the state it would probably be flat, or maybe football. Both would be accurate words to describe this flat and football-crazed state. However, there is more to the state if you have time to check it out. In the east you can check out the Arbor Lodge in ...