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Summer Vacation Ideas
Looking for summer vacation ideas? Summer can be the best season for traveling. WeGoPlaces.com has worked with visitor bureaus throughout the U.S., to find the most popular summer destinations. Check out our suggestions for summer vacation destinations. Each destination includes a complete listing of attractions, events, activities, things to do, places to stay and visitor information.

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vacation in Lake Erie Shores & IslandsLake Erie Shores & Islands, Ohio - There’s so much to love in Ohio’s Lake Erie Shores & Islands! Whether you prefer a getaway that includes lazy days at the beach, fishing with friends, and bicycling around an island, or one filled with exciting thrills like roller coasters, waterslides, and parasailing, the Lake Erie Shores & Islands is the ideal destination.


vacation in Daytona BeachDaytona Beach, Florida - One Place Stirs Feelings of Fun in the Sun Daytona Beach - an iconic, exciting and affordable year-round destination When you think of American originals, there is one place that instantly stirs feelings of fun in the sun. Welcome to Daytona Beach. America’s most famous beach is also the home of speed, LPGA International and dozens of American original attractions and events.

vacation in Myrtle BeachMyrtle Beach, South Carolina - Sixty miles of beautiful sandy beaches, first-class live entertainment, exciting attractions for everyone, endless shopping, exquisite dining, thrilling water sports plus so much more -- Myrtle Beach is where you belong.

vacation in Buffalo NiagaraBuffalo Niagara, New York - Buffalo has undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years, from a redeveloped waterfront and revitalized neighborhoods to a burgeoning craft beer scene and over $1 billion in new investment. Like architecture? Visit seven Frank Lloyd Wright structures, stroll through Frederick Law Olmsted parks and stay in a grand hotel designed by the AIA’s first female architect.

vacation in Geater BinghamtonGeater Binghamton, New York - Greater Binghamton is like a playground for adults – and yet still fun for children – it’s the best of both worlds! You can hit the greens with your buddies, trek along a trail in the great outdoors with your fishing pole in hand, shop Antique Row for that impossible-to-find replica you’ve been dying for, or capture your kids’ attention for hours at the Discovery Center of the Southern Tier.


vacation in SilverdaleSilverdale, Washington - People from all walks of life can find something to do in and around Kitsap County.

vacation in Great Lakes Bay RegionGreat Lakes Bay Region, Michigan - The Great Lakes Bay Region covers 6 cities: Saginaw, Midland, Bay City, Birch Run, Frankenmuth, and Chesaning. It is located in Central Michigan, just off of I-75. Home to MBS International Airport, Dow Chemical Company, The Michigan Sugar Company, and many other large corporations.

vacation in KalispellKalispell, Montana - Kalispell is the gateway to Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, Whitefish Mountain Resort , Blacktail Ski Area and all of the recreation, art, shopping and adventure that northwestern Montana has to offer.

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 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 AberdeenAberdeen, South Dakota - The railroad played a vital part in the history of Aberdeen. We are named after Aberdeen, Scotland, the hometown of the Milwaukee Railroad President, Alexander Mitchell. This city became known as the Hub City of the Dakotas due to the many rail lines converging in Aberdeen from all directions much like spokes on a wheel joining at its hub.

vacation in Brevard & Transylvania CountyBrevard & Transylvania County, North Carolina - Don’t be deceived by the easy pace and iconic small town America ambiance of Transylvania County’s charming, historic county seat. There is probably something awesome going on right now in downtown Brevard. It might be as simple as a new exhibit at one of its many small galleries, a beer tasting at a local pub or a truly spectacular day-capping combo of toy shop visit and chocolate milkshake.

vacation in Rockport-FultonRockport-Fulton, Texas - Surrounded by the sparkling waters of Copano and Aransas Bays and bathed year-round by soothing Gulf breezes, nestled among ancient, windswept oaks and steeped in a colorful community of cultures, Rockport-Fulton is in a class of its own. Rockport and Fulton are two communities in Aransas County; one of Texas’ smallest counties, in terms of land.

vacation in Northeast KingdomNortheast Kingdom, Vermont - If you are considering a move to Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, you are not alone. In the past 10 years, the region has become a favorite spot for people looking for a great place to live and work, while surrounded by one of the world’s most spectacular landscapes. Don’t just take our word on how beautiful our region is.

vacation in St. CloudSt. Cloud, Minnesota - The city is bisected by the Mississippi River, and part of the Sauk River runs along its northern edge. Just south of downtown, near Technical High School, is the 7-acre, 35-feet-deep Lake George.We invite you to enjoy Central Minnesota, home to the popular St. Cloud and Central Lakes area. This inviting Minnesota destination will provide you with a warm and memorable experience.

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 Tawas Area on Lake HuronTawas Area on Lake Huron, Michigan - Transport yourself to an idyllic small town, complete with sandy beaches, a protected bay, gorgeous campgrounds, beckoning woods, sparkling rivers, and plenty of local shops, restaurants, and motels intent on serving up a healthy portion of relaxation and fun. If you want a place to experience homegrown hospitality on a beautiful gem of a crystal blue bay, look no further.

vacation in Ocean CityOcean City, New Jersey - A Relaxing Vacation Getaway With a population of less than 12,000, Ocean City, New Jersey is like a breath of fresh sea air, providing a welcome change of pace from those congested vacation resorts. This makes Ocean City the family beach resort of choice for people looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

vacation in Mount AiryMount Airy, North Carolina - Mount Airy has smaller towns and cities as well as beautiful outdoor resources including mountains, parks, rivers, and ponds.

vacation in Hayward LakesHayward Lakes, Wisconsin - The Hayward Lakes Area is the place for fish enthusiasts! We have over 55,000 acres of lakes, and we are home to the Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame. It's easy to find-just look for the four-story musky, where you can look over Hayward standing in the mouth of the big fish. THE WOODS We also pride our home for its approximately 300,000 acres of forest.


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