Not all states see a lot of visitors. We all know that states like New York, California and Florida are on everyone’s travel bucket list. But there are some states that just do not have the same appeal. But surprisingly, these places are actually very charming.
The beautiful state of Wyoming only sees 10.1 million visitors annually, which makes it the third least visited state. Wyoming is home to the best national park in the country, Yellowstone. The park brings in 3 million people each year, but there is really no other reason people visit the state. But Wyoming offers a lot more than just Yellowstone. One of the most challenging ski areas called Jackson Hole is also in Wyoming and the state also brings in extreme snowboarders and skiers.
The state of Mississippi sees 22 million visitors annually. For one, it is the birthplace of Elvis so that is really cool. It is also a place where you can find three different music trails that will take you through churches, train depots, fields and nightclubs to learn about the history of blues and country music. So if you are a music lover, then you have to visit Mississippi. The state also offers 26 miles of immaculate white sand beaches and water. The great thing about these beaches is they are not as crowded as the beaches in Florida. Another plus is the beach towns have casinos and a raging nightlife.
Vermont sees 12.8 million visitors each year. Derby, Vermont sits right on the U.S.-Canadian border and has a library and opera house that happens to sit right on the border making it lie in both countries. Another great thing about Vermont is their breweries. Even though it is a small state, there are plenty of distilleries and breweries to try. They also happen to have some of the best ice cream out there along with incredible maple syrup since everyone there is obsessed with maple.
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