This historic mining town in the Colorado Rocky Mountains is an ideal year-round destination for energetic tourists and history buffs.
This gorgeous desert hamlet is roughly two hours from Grand Canyon National Park and less than an hour from Flagstaff.
Just over two hours by train separate Hudson from New York City, making it an ideal escape from the city.
Hilton Head Island and Charleston may be the most popular Lowcountry attractions in South Carolina, but the state is also home to other charming tiny villages.
This village in southern Maine, one of the nicest tiny towns on the East Coast, bills itself as "the place to be all year" because it offers a variety of activities in all four seasons.
This artistic community on Minnesota's North Shore has fewer than 2,000 inhabitants, but visitors adore its laid-back, village-like atmosphere.
If you're searching for a change of pace, Michigan's Mackinac Island is your best bet.
Whitefish, located in the Rocky Mountains of Montana, is an outdoor adventurer's paradise.
Stowe, located in northern Vermont, is another mountain town worthy of year-round visits.
Marathon combines the best of both vacation-worthy beachside resorts and lovely little villages, which are abundant throughout Florida.