Underrated tourist destinations are all over America. Alternative tourism is not only a matter of avoiding huge crowds or trying to be rebellious, it's about discovering incredible unknown places that have yet to be found by the masses. If you promise to keep the secret, keep reading to learn about the most exciting and unknown tourist destinations for your next vacation.
A Different Kind Of Vegas Trip
From Redditor u/frizface:
Vegas for nature. Easy to get cheap airline tickets and hotels. They have some great mountain bike trails in red rock national park. Great winter vacation.Underrated destination?
From Redditor u/acarbon:
Idaho gets a bad rep (some of it valid, some not) but it holds some of the most beautiful places I've ever experienced!Underrated destination?
The White Mountains
From Redditor u/Andromeda321:
The White Mountains of New Hampshire would definitely be a National Park if they didn’t predate the National Park system as a holiday destination. People in the northeast of the USA/Canada will know them, but outside of there most people never have (especially from farther abroad).Underrated destination?
A Lesser-Known California Destination
From Redditor u/Happyxix:
San Luis Obispo. It is in California's less popular central coast but it has Pismo beach nearby for beach and living, great breweries with Firewalker and Barrelhouse, and also great wines in Paso Robles and all over the region.
Since it is a college town, you do have some great bars and small-town layout in the downtown area.Underrated destination?