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vacation in Cobb CountyCobb County, Georgia - Welcome to Atlanta's Sweet Spot. Cobb County is the destination more and more visitors are choosing for a day of play, a weekend of adventure or a week of fun for kids of all ages. Culturally vibrant, refreshingly diverse, easily accessible and effortlessly hospitable, it's everything you love about being close to a world-class city, with the warmth and history of your favorite neighborhood.

vacation in Isle of Wight CountyIsle of Wight County, Virginia - Founded in 1634, Isle of Wight County is one of the oldest country governments in the United States. Nestled on the shores of Virginia's James River, residents enjoy the rural nature of the country coupled with the quaint atmosphere of the town incorporated towns, Smithfield and Windsor.

vacation in Martin CountyMartin County, Florida - Martin County, FL enjoys an international reputation for its natural beauty and environmental stewardship. Here you will find miles of white sand beaches, breathtaking outdoor venues, world-class fishing, water sports, and eco-adventure.

vacation in Washington CountyWashington County, Maryland - Washington County, Maryland, is in Western Maryland, where Maryland is narrow, fitting between the Pa. Border and the Potomac River, and West Virginia. The City of Hagerstown and surrounding rural communities, offer a very nice location to visit, or even to retire. Housing prices are cheaper than nearby cities, and all services are offered that make for a good life.

vacation in HinckleyHinckley, Minnesota - Distinctly Hinckley Located halfway between Duluth and the Twin Cities, Hinckley is a popular destination for vacationers of every interest. The thriving Grand Casino, just off Interstate 35, offers live entertainment, fine dining and the area’s best gaming; including state of the art slots, blackjack and poker.

vacation in Petoskey AreaPetoskey Area, Michigan - The communities of Petoskey, Bay View, Bay Harbor, Harbor Springs and Boyne City are small lakeside communities best known as multi-generational summer cottage communities for some of the Midwest's wealthiest families of the late 19th century.

vacation in Grand JunctionGrand Junction, Colorado - Nestled near 11,000-foot Grand Mesa and the 7,500-foot Book Cliffs, Grand Junction is the largest city in western Colorado. At an altitude of 4,586 feet, warm summers and moderate spring, fall and winter seasons allow for year-round golf, hiking and biking.

vacation in PetalumaPetaluma, California - Located less than 45 minutes north of San Francisco, Petaluma is one of California's oldest cities and has proudly preserved its cherished 19th century charm. Our walkable downtown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today, the iron-front buildings of the late 1800s house antique stores, boutiques, art galleries and bistros serving the best of Wine Country cuisine.

vacation in Wenatchee ValleyWenatchee Valley, Washington - The Wenatchee Valley encompasses an area that includes arid desert landscapes, the contrast between manicured parks and natural beaches along the Columbia River, the alpine wilderness of the Cascade Range in North Central Washington.

vacation in Philipsburg, MTPhilipsburg, MT, Montana - An old mining town surrounded by ranching communities tucked up in the mountains of southwest Montana. Lots of history packed into the local ghost towns and museum about the beginnings of the area. The area is also known for sapphire mining both the novice and the rock hound. All kinds of opportunities abound for outdoorsmen and adventure seekers.

vacation in Central CoastCentral Coast, California - The community of Los Osos/Baywood Park is nestled along the Southern tidal estuary of Morro Bay, on the smog-free coast of Central California.

vacation in Russian RiverRussian River, California - Where the River Meets the Redwoods You want to be here for a long weekend. Forestville’s unofficial motto is “The Good Life,” and that’s what a visit to the Russian River Wine Country seems to be about: hiking, kayaking, indulgent meals and tasting at acclaimed wineries.

vacation in Shreveport-BossierShreveport-Bossier, Louisiana - Shreveport-Bossier: Louisiana’s Other Side is a mixture of the spicy Cajun attitude and wide-open Texas spirit. It’s a unique destination in northwest Louisiana where Creole meets cowboy. It’s where hot crawfish meets big Texas steaks. Our blend of cultures have a tendency to sneak up and surprise you.

vacation in Corning and the Southern Finger LakesCorning and the Southern Finger Lakes, New York - Corning and the Southern Finger Lakes include the small yet fun towns of Corning, Hammondsport, Hornell, and Bath.

vacation in PrescottPrescott, Arizona - Prescott is a city of 41,000, total metro area of approximately 120,000. Considered rural by some, but has multiple colleges and most aspects of urban living; 90 minutes north of Phoenix.

vacation in Kitsap PeninsulaKitsap Peninsula, Washington - With 371 miles of shoreline, every city and town on the Kitsap Peninsula is located on the waterfront. Charming towns overlook scenic bays, coves, inlets and majestic mountains and are lined with little shops, art galleries, eateries and public spaces and parks. The region is a 30- or 60-minute scenic ferry ride from Seattle via the popular WA State Ferry.

vacation in Tualatin ValleyTualatin Valley, Oregon - The Tualatin Valley, located in Portland's backyard, is comprised of 10 cities and dozens of smaller areas of Washington County, Oregon. As the gateway to Oregon wine country, the Tualatin Valley is home to more than 30 wineries, a dozen breweries, dozens of u-pick farms, a dozen golf clubs, and hundreds of miles of walking, hiking and cycling trails.

vacation in Healdsburg  - Sonoma County Wine CountryHealdsburg - Sonoma County Wine Country, California - Healdsburg - Sonoma County, CA is a wine country town of 11,000 +/- people deep agricultural roots and small town values. Main industries, grape growing, wine making and tourism. Healdsburg is surrounded by several of Northern California's finest regional wine appellations, including Alexander Valley, Chalk Hill, Dry Creek Valley, and Russian River Valley.

vacation in RaleighRaleigh, North Carolina - A visit to Raleigh, N.C., is more than a trip to a blossoming Southern metropolis—you'll feel enriched and energized the instant you're warmly welcomed by its smart, savvy locals.

vacation in Saugatuck and DouglasSaugatuck and Douglas, Michigan - Saugatuck and Douglas are harbor villages that celebrate diversity – small-town America at its best! Here visitors can turn back the pages of time to enjoy a simpler life where no one hurries, and no one hurries you. A place where everyone is special and everyone is welcome.

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