When most people think about summer vacation, their thoughts turn to long stretches of sandy beaches, clear ocean waters, cool breezes, and bright sunshine. No trip here is complete without taking time to enjoy our scenic, unspoiled beaches. No wonder, then, that hundreds of thousands of happy vacationers travel to Rhode Island each year to enjoy 400 miles of scenic coastline and more than 100 public and private beaches.
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Giant thousand-year-old oak trees grace coastal islands; mountain trails wind through ancient forests; white sand beaches stretch for miles and the nation’s first Colonial cities lovingly preserve the best traditions and historic sites of the Old South. There’s so much to see and so many things to do in South Carolina, it’s a must-see USA tourist attraction.
The official website of the South Dakota Office of Tourism provides in-depth travel information for the Mount Rushmore state, including a calendar of events, comprehensive visitor services directory and tons of helpful vacation planning resources.
From energetic nights of blues music on Beale Street in Memphis to the rolling horse country and cityscapes of Middle Tennessee, to peaceful sunsets over the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee's fun-filled vacation stage is set for you!
Planning a family vacation to Texas is fun and exciting for everyone who loves adventure, things to do, places to stay, where to eat, and local festivals and events across the state. The Free Texas Travel and Vacation Guide is jam-packed with information on more than 400 Texas cities, towns and attractions.