America's best small towns

Traverse City, Michigan

It's known for being the biggest producer of tart cherries in the U.S., and every July, it hosts the National Cherry Festival, which draws hundreds of thousands of people.

Jacksonville, Oregon

In the 1850s, gold was found in Jackson Creek, which led to the founding of this town. However, when the gold ran out, the town fell on hard times. 

Dahlonega, Georgia

Even though Dahlonega is on the other side of the country from Jacksonville, Oregon, the two cities have a lot in common. 

Taos, New Mexico

Taos, which is known for its pueblo houses, has been a haven for artists for a long time. The famous abstract painter Agnes Martin once lived there. 



Stowe, Vermont

Stowe may be best known for skiing, but it has a lot more to offer than that. There are a lot of things to do outside, such as ziplining and rock climbing.

Clinton, New Jersey

You can drive from New York City to Clinton in an hour. The Red Mill Museum on the banks of the Raritan River is the town's most well-known landmark. 

Sitka, Alaska

People who love wildlife will love the island town because it is easy to see bald eagles, brown bears, humpback whales, and sea otters.



Cooperstown, New York

Here is where Ommegang Brewery and the Fenimore Art Museum are located. The Fenimore Art Museum has an amazing collection of American folk art and American Indian art.

Camden, Maine

It is surrounded by beautiful landscapes that are great for adventurers, and it also has some cultural sites, like the Camden Opera House.

Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

 Artists, writers, and entertainers, like Clint Eastwood, who used to be mayor of Carmel, have always been drawn to the town.

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