Nestled in Lake Superior, these islands boast sea caves, old lighthouses, and pristine beaches.
Marvel at the tallest sand dunes in North America, set against a backdrop of snow-capped mountains.
A car-free island where horse-drawn carriages and bicycles are the primary modes of transport, offering a step back in time.
Experience bubbling mud pots, geysers, and an array of volcanic landscapes.
A charming coastal town with antebellum architecture, moss-draped oaks, and rich history.
A historic mining town nestled in the Mule Mountains, known for its vibrant arts scene and unique architecture.
A picturesque peninsula with lighthouses, cherry orchards, and quaint fishing villages.
A Victorian mountain village with winding streets, natural springs, and a vibrant arts community.
Known for its vineyards, beaches, and the annual Cherry Festival, it's a haven for food and wine enthusiasts.
A stretch of barrier islands known for their white sandy beaches, historic forts, and abundant wildlife.