Small towns can remind us of a simpler way of life. Everyone knows your name, family-owned businesses still exist, and people live their lives at a much slower pace than what “city folk” are used to!
Which is probably why our country’s small towns draw new residents and tourists every year. If you’ve always thought the location in those Hallmark movies seem like great places to live and are drawn to charming main streets, quirky festivals, friendly locals, and lovely country landscapes, then we have found some great options.
For our outdoor lovers and art-and-food-focused individuals, we have some ideas for a great getaway. You might even find your new home on our list!
20 thoughts on “11 Most Adorable Small Towns In America”
This looks like a cool town. Maybe I’d visit it someday.
More pictures of the towns would have made this article even better, but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
I’m interested in renting an efficiency or studio apartment.
Ya’ll don’t have a clue what a small Town is. You need to come to Texas,I won’t tell you, just come see for yourself.
Na, Texas is Mexico now.
All. Uniquely beautiful I’m leaving you wanting to go there to visit each and everyone of them
That sounds like what I have been looking for to relax in the rest of my life
Having flown to many locales around the world with the USAF (all seven continents), many ravaged by war and pestilence these pictures just remind me how fortunate I and my family are to live here. Just as in the previous centuries, no wonder people are risking everything to come here.
You might want to venture to other states such as Ohio, NY, Pennsylvania, Michigan. Check out Hudson Ohio, Chagrin Falls, Ohio, Kent, Ohio, Bedford Ohio, Keego Harbor Michigan, Berkley, Michigan and sooo many others!
yes i live in Pa and there are many cool small towns, eg Jim Thorpe
Have lived all over USA w/US Public Health Service, traveled all over during our military month-vacation (in a tent)& have zeroed in on small-town mid-Atlantic in which to retire (now Leftest Coast, but desperately want to get out to either Southern PA, Panhandle WVA or a few extreme NE Tenn location, or….upper NC). Would love certain parts of VA or MD since both my husband & I were born or lived there for times….but taxes/regulations/gov’t “X” them out for us. We’re old, cranky about people telling us how we have to live after years of us serving others, & paying to support others out of our tax monies after we’ve worked to serve them…the vicious cycle of giving & then being punished for choosing to give. Want to live the rest of our lives in some fiscally, socially, humanly SANE state.
We went to Sturgis for the Rally, well we spent more time in Deadwood! I LOVE IT!!!!
Abilene,Kansas has some better days. COVID hit the town hard and many of the shops in the main part of town are closed. Hope this pretty town can come back
YOU SHOULD ALSO CONSIDER COOPERSTOWN, NY
Been there many times, worth a trip from anywhere.
Been there too. Fun little town on the bluff
Nice town with great Welcome Center
How could you leave out Franklin, TN?
Franklin is amazing as is many other towns throughout the South. The only Southern town they listed was Beaufort, S.C. and I agree it’s a great place but I don’t understand why many Southern locations were left out.
Hard to believe Avalon on Catalina Island in California was not included. Maybe because you can’t drive there?