The United States offers an amazing range of vacation spots that you can explore for affordable prices. Here’s a list of the best cheap vacations that you can take right away. Do remember to check with the U.S. Department of State before your travel.
Camping is one of the most affordable travel options. Combine that with views from the North Rim of the Grand Canyon National Park, and you have an amazing vacation. Remember to trek through the trails through this 277-mile-long park and explore the Cave of the Domes and the shops in Grand Canyon Village.
Glacier National Park
This is a hiker’s favorite destination. Just pay the entrance fee and hike, swim, and climb around as much as you want. Try out the park’s free ranger-led activities like daylong hikes and stargazing at Logan Pass. Drive along the Going-to-the-Sun Road too. And take breaks at the nature centers and small parks.
Olympic National Park
This park gives you almost 1 million pristine acres to explore. Check out panoramic views of glacier-capped mountains and temperate forests. Try fishing, explore tide pools, hike and stargaze. Spot elk, black bears, bald eagles, and several species of whales as you explore.
If you’re heading to Florida, don’t miss the country’s oldest city. It’s packed with historical landmarks like the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, the Old Jail, and St. George Street. Explore St. Augustine Beach’s 4-mile shoreline too,
Sequoia National Park
This diverse terrain is home to incredible wildlife like bobcats, gray foxes, bears, and many bird species. Be amazed as you drive along hundreds of giant sequoias and enjoy the guided tour of the famous Crystal Cave.
Just outside the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is this fantastic town that’s best during fall. There are many free places here to fish, bike, watch birds, and hike. Remember to visit Ober Gatlinburg Aerial Tramway for its views or watch Appalachian crafts being made in galleries and shops.
This place is accessible from across the country. Enjoy free attractions like picnics between red rocks in the Garden of the Gods, hike or bike through North Cheyenne Canon Park, or enjoy a scenic drive as well.