Complete the Enchanted Circle through Eagle Nest, Angel Fire, and Questa for a scenic drive with stops for swimming, rafting, and hiking. The twisted fluorescent artscape feels like wandering through a life-size kaleidoscope. Forget about Kennebunk, where the Bush family makes its summer home, and keep driving north, just two more hours, and you’ll encounter the bucolic, Atlantic oceanside town of Camden.Must do: Meow Wolf in Santa Fe is a new interactive story museum that George R. With fewer tourists than Kennebunk but equal oodles of New England charm -- plus a surprisingly robust dining scene -- Camden is the savvy choice for those in the know.And we can also personally attest to the fact that the state’s novel-length "Alcoholic Beverage Control General Provisions" guide has been a perverse boon to Utah’s cocktail scene.Must do: Hiking is a requisite -- the question is how much and how challenging.Those in-betweeners include the bikers who throng the otherwise placid Sturgis every year, and gamblers/HBO fans who flock to Deadwood, the living museum of family-friendly debauchery.
The draw here is so much more than just a relaxing day on the beach. Louis is like Sausalito in Dixie, with a main street lined with galleries where creative types gather.lets you pick your steamed beaut by weight and then eat at a picnic table overlooking the water.When one pictures Mississippi, the first thing that comes to mind isn’t a laid-back coastline packed with artists, live music, great food, and fantastic bars.Park City, scenic home of the Sundance Film Festival gives you a potent shot of culture, if you’re so inclined.And while you’re not likely to head to Utah just for the boating, Bear Lake, aka “the Caribbean of the Rockies,” is a pretty great place for it.