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Whether you’re looking for inspiration for a post-vaccination vacation or traveling vicariously on social media to help curb the spread of Covid-19, one thing is for sure: people are thinking about travel again more than never. Scott’s Cheap Flights, a popular deal-alerting website, recently surveyed its more than 3,000 members to see where people were eager to visit the most, as well as the most popular cities in the United States and top activities in the United States. the bucket list they wanted to make in each. State.

Here’s a look at the results of top Bucket List activity in each state, according to Scott’s Cheap Flights audience:

Alaska: See the Northern Lights

Arizona: Visit the Grand Canyon

Arkansas: Dive into the hot springs of Hot Springs

California: Feel humble among the sequoias and sequoias of Mendocino County, Muir Woods and Sequoia National Park

Colorado: Hike in the Garden of the Gods and Red Rocks Park

Connecticut: Feast on New Haven Pizza and Connecticut Lobster Rolls

Delaware: Relish the quaint ambience of the seaside town of Rehoboth and Dewey

Florida: Tour of the southernmost point of the continental United States to Key West

Georgia: Relaxing on Tybee Island Beach, Cumberland Island and Jekyll Island

Hawaii: Take the legendary Hana Drive in Maui

Idaho: Visit Shoshone Falls, often referred to as the “Niagara Falls of the West”

Illinois: Eat quality pizza, hot dogs, and food in Chicago

Indiana: Explore Indiana Dunes State Park, home to 15 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline

Iowa: Fun times at the Iowa State Fair

Kansas: Viewing Monument Rocks National Natural Monument

Kentucky: Wander the world’s longest cave system in Mammoth Cave National Park

Louisiana: Discover Cajun culture, history, music and gastronomy in Lafayette, Mamou and Eunice

Maine: Feast on fresh lobster rolls

Maryland: Wild Horse Watching in Assateague State Park

Massachusetts: Relaxing on Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket and Cape Cod Beach

Michigan: Exploring Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Tahquamenon Falls, and Sleeping Bear Dunes

Minnesota: Visit to Voyageurs National Park and the Boundary Waters Canoe Area

Mississippi: Hit the beach along the 100km sandy gulf coast

Missouri: See the view from the top of the Gateway Arch in St. Louis

Montana: Take the Going-to-the-Sun route in Glacier National Park

Nebraska: Hike to Chimney Rock National Historic Site and Scotts Bluff National Monument

Nevada: Biking and hiking in Red Rock National Conservation Area and Valley of Fire State Park

New Hampshire: Step back in time in historic Portsmouth

New Jersey: Hit the beach in Wildwood, Point Pleasant, and Cape May

New Mexico: View ancient petroglyphs at Petroglyph National Monument and visit Taos Pueblo, which is still inhabited

New York: See a Broadway show, visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the American Museum of Natural History

North Carolina: Visit the Outer Banks

North Dakota: Visit to Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Ohio: Learn about slavery and the brave people who helped others escape it at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

Oklahoma: Camping, fishing and canoeing at Beavers Bend National Park

Oregon: Admire the blue waters of Crater Lake

Pennsylvania: Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architectural masterpiece, Fallingwater

Rhode Island: See the lighthouses and beaches of Block Island

Caroline from the south: Relax at Myrtle Beach, Hilton Head Island, Kiawah Island or Sullivan’s Island

South Dakota: See otherworldly landscapes in Badlands National Park

Tennessee: Enjoying nature at the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Texas: Take a stroll on the San Antonio River Boardwalk or visit it by boat

Utah: Hike in Bryce Canyon National Park, Zion National Park, or Arches National Park

Vermont: Take the Middlebury Tasting Trail in the Green Mountains

Virginia: Camping and hiking in scenic Shenandoah National Park

Washington: Outdoor activities along the Olympic Peninsula

Washington DC: Visit world-class Smithsonian museums like the National Museum of African American History and Culture and the National Air and Space Museum

West Virginia: Get to know our brand new national park, the New River Gorge National Park and Preserve

Wisconsin: See the Wisconsin Dells by water or on foot

Wyoming: Visit to Yellowstone National Park, the oldest in the United States

The survey also looked at what members of Scott’s Cheap Flights considered the most popular cities in the United States, which resulted in obvious choices like New York, Chicago, and Seattle, as well as a few upheavals like Bar Harbor in the United States. Maine, Key West Florida. and San Diego, California. Members chose California and Hawaii as the top places they would like to visit this year, along with other states like Maine, New York, Colorado, Utah, Montana, Washington, Arizona, l ‘Utah, Alaska and Florida where there are plenty of outdoor places to hang out and enjoy nature in a socially remote setting.


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