Friendliest Small Towns In The U.S.

Dwight D. Eisenhower’s hometown of Abilene is no stranger to our Best of Travel Awards. Last year, the charming Kansas town took home the gold for Best U.S. Small Town.

Abilene, Kansas

The city of Brownsville is home to just 10,000 friendly people. Like Memphis, Brownsville is a musical heritage site and boasts award-winning barbecue.

Brownsville, Tennessee

Tucked away in a box canyon between the forest peaks of the rugged San Juan Mountains, Telluride is a charming small town that sits at the base of a popular ski and golf resort.

Telluride, Colorado

Eureka Springs is a city in the Ozark Mountains of northwestern Arkansas. It is known for its historic district preserved Victorian buildings.

Eureka Springs, Arkansas

 Baileys Harbor is enjoying its second consecutive year on our list of Friendliest Small Towns in the U.S.

Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin

Skagway is a compact city in Southeast Alaska, located along the popular cruise route Inside Passage. It is home to golden-age buildings.

Skagway, Alaska

Saugatuck is a city in Allegan County in the US state of Michigan. The city is within Saugatuck Township, but is administratively autonomous.

Saugatuck, Michigan

Cape May is a city and seaside resort at the tip of southern New Jersey’s Cape May Peninsula. It’s known for its grand Victorian houses such as the Emlen Physick Estate.

Cape May, New Jersey

Mystic is a village and census-designated place in Groton and Stonington, Connecticut, United States.

Mystic, Connecticut

Ocean Springs is a city in Jackson County, Mississippi, United States. It is part of the Pascagoula, Mississippi Metropolitan Statistical Area.

Ocean Springs, Mississippi

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