After researching the best places to travel on a budget from 10 different websites (all within on year of posting).  These are the top places (most recommended) to travel on a budget...in the US.  Take a look and find a place that works for your next family vacation!

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After researching the best places to travel on a budget from 10 different websites (all within on year of posting).  These are the top places (most recommended) to travel on a budget…in the US.  Take a look and find a place that works for your next family vacation!

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Best Places to Travel on a Budget

Arizona

Phoenix, Tucson, and the Grand Canyon

  • Warm weather year round
  • Free hiking, and experience the desert
  • Check out the desert charm by heading to Tucson and taking a scenic drive around Mount Lemon
  • Or camp at the Grand Canyon and save more by going to the park on “free entrance” days

Georgia

Atlanta

  • Lots of food festivals
  • Many historic sites (Olympic games, and Martin Luther King)
  • Scenic hiking
  • Easy travel with their rail system

Missouri

Kansas City

  • “City of Fountains” to go explore in town
  • Lots of free museums
  • Many attractions

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Nevada

Las Vegas

  • The Bellagio Fountains
  • Ditch the car, and walk to all attractions
  • Stay away from the casinos to save money

New Mexico

Albuquerque to be exact.

  • Great festivals, they have an annual balloon festival
  • Chance to see how the native and Spanish culture has evolved
  • Beautiful weather (they claim sunshine 300 days in the year)

Tennessee

Nashville and Memphis

  • Great for music lovers
  • Lots of museums to visit

Texas

San Antonio, Fort Worth

  • Lots of stuff for music lovers
  • Great outdoor parks and food trucks
  • Alamo and River Walk
  • Full of history and Mexican culture
  • Lots of activities to do with a convenient location, and plenty of ways to travel

Utah

Salt Lake City

  • Many parks and museums
  • Lost of outdoor national parks, or ski places

Virginia

Williamsburg

  • Lots of history
  • Family friendly activities (though admission fees can add up)
  • Best to travel in spring or fall

In conclusion

When looking for the best places to travel on a budget, there are plenty of options to choose from, from around the US.  The biggest thing is to make sure you are looking for the best rates for your hotel, and flight.  If you choose to travel to some big cities, be sure to look into the price of their rail or bus fair since it may save you money on car rental, parking, and driving in traffic.

What’s your favorite place to travel from this list?  Comment below.

Further Reading:

How to Save on Summer Travel

Free Summer Activities

How to Cut on ALL Summer Costs

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