Moab, home to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks, is a favorite summer road trip destination. Tourism may increase the town's population to thousands from 5,000 year-round residents.
Sedona's red rock country and new-age hippy aura make it another attractive tiny town. Outdoor enthusiasts enjoy it.
Mount Rushmore and Deadwood are in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Visitors may view the historic town and hear about Wild Bill Hickok,
Whitefish, a gateway to Glacier National Park, boasts a famed powder ski resort. It's a nice area to hike and sample local huckleberries in summer.
Hell, Michigan, is famous for its Hell Hole Diner and Dam Site Inn.
Woodstock is a tiny Catskill Mountain town in New York
Tombstone, Arizona, a town of 1,300, is famed for its Wild West heritage and the O.K. Corral gunfight. Visitors can see gunfight reenactments.
Outdoor enthusiasts visit Lake Placid in the Adirondack Mountains of New York year-round.
Sleepy Hollow Cemetery and Old Dutch Church draw tourists to this little community.