Top U.S. Vacation Destinations for 2014

The top U.S. vacation destinations draw tourists from across the globe, eager to check out the famous Old Faithful geyser in Yellowstone Park or the bright lights of Times Square in New York City. Though you’ll never go wrong with these world-renowned sights, sometimes the greatest adventures take place right in your own backyard. The best U.S. vacations might be as easy to plan as a road trip to the historic coastal city of Savannah, Georgia, or a weekend in the beautiful Pacific metropolis of Seattle, Washington.

Yellowstone, MT

The country’s oldest national park, Yellowstone encompasses almost 3,500 square miles of breathtaking wilderness. Hike to dramaticwaterfalls; snap memorable photos of bison, bears, and elk in the wild; and seek out one of the park’s signature volcanic lakes and geysers, like the world-famous Old Faithful.

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Big Bear Lake, CA

Southern California's largest recreational lake makes for happy travelers all year round. Surrounded by the San Bernardino NationalForest, this community is a haven for outdoor activities and offers something everyone can enjoy. Skiing, fishing, camping, hiking…the opportunities for adventure are endless!

New York City, NY

There are more diverse people and cultures crammed into New York City’s streets than anywhere else on Earth. Come here to experience it all: the dazzle of Times Square, the tranquility of Central Park, and the high-fashion boutiques on Fifth Avenue. Don’t forget to check out iconic sights like the Statue of Liberty.

Albuquerque, NM

With sun that shines 310 days a year this southwest city has a charm that draws people year round. The downtown area offers impressive museums and shops while the mountains to the east provide thrilling outdoor opportunities. Don’t miss the chance to take a ride in one of their famous hot air balloons during your stay.

San Francisco, CA

Quaint Victorian architecture, top-notch dining, and lovely urban parks distinguish the city by the bay.

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Take in this city from its Oceanside Pier, one of the longest wooden piers on the Western coast of America.

San Antonio, TX

Chili, the Alamo, and the River Walk are just a few of the things that set this Texan city apart.

Sun Valley, ID

The famed Bald Mountain is a source for year round fun for this scenic resort town.

Las Vegas, NV

This glittering desert city has something for everyone, from glitzy casinos to luxury day spas.

Crested Butte, CO

Searching for gorgeous landscapes? Crested Butte is a quaint city with breathtaking surroundings.

Savannah, GA

Low-key yet cosmopolitan, Savannah is a great place for local music, dining, and boutiques.

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Visit Chicago for top theater and artistic institutions, great shopping, and pretty lakefront parks.

Los Angeles, CA

Blessed by Southern California’s sunny charms, L.A. is a top spot for food, nightlife, and beaches.

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If you’re a fan of Mother Nature, we are sure that the seven miles of sandy shoreline will impress you.

New Orleans, LA

From Jazz Fest to Mardi Gras, there’s always a party in this culturally unique Southern city.

Seattle, WA

A cosmopolitan metropolis flanked by snow-capped mountains and the deep-blue waters of Puget Sound.

Boston, MA

Delightful Boston is packed with cultural institutions, universities, and historic neighborhoods.

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Spend a day in the sun on the white sandy beaches, then meander back to town and meet the friendly locals.

Honolulu, HI

Hawaii’s capital is a bustling, cultural town overlooking the surf on family-friendly Waikiki Beach.

Washington D.C.

Tour the many famous monuments in the nation’s capital, then check out its top-notch museums.

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