With excellent food, music, and culture, there are few better cities than Nashville for a family vacation that's also easy on the wallet.
Traditionally considered a pricey vacay spot for the East Coast jet set, Cape Cod doesn't have to be!
The area is also home to the Rainbow Bridge National Monument, the largest natural bridge in the world.
Notable, of course, as the home of George Washington's estate, Virginia's Mount Vernon is an underrated vacation spot with plenty to see and do.
Nearby attractions include the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse and the Jordan Pond House.
Visitors can take a scenic drive through Tioga Road, explore the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoia trees, and stargaze at Glacier Point.
Explore the city's many parks and gardens, including the free International Rose Test Garden and the Hoyt Arboretum.
An increasingly buzzy vacation spot in recent years, Asheville is set amid one of the East Coast's most beautiful natural settings.
Few cities have more free and family-friendly attractions than our nation’s capital.
The city is also known for its colorful architecture and scenic outdoor activities, including hiking, fishing, skiing, and more.
Chock full of charming architecture, Southern hospitality, and plenty of things to do, Savannah makes for a fantastic family vacation.