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Underrated Cities Of America :
Block Island, Rhode Island
The Ocean State's offshore region has gone above and beyond to protect its natural surroundings. often known in the western hemisphere as "Last Great Places."
North-central Pennsylvania still has a lot of wild, from the Forest Cathedral's old growth trees to the region's wildlife and untamed mountain streams.
Whitewater sports, hiking, mountain biking, and Bridge Day BASE jumping from the enormous New River Gorge Bridge are popular in Virginia.
Durham, North Carolina
With its revitalized downtown and redesigned American Tobacco Campus at its center, Durham has developed into a hub for science, art and sports.
Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia
The largest barrier island in Georgia combines outdoor activity, wildlife, and well-known American families with beach pleasure.
Ouachita Mountains, Arkansas
The Ouachita Mountains are remarkably untouristy. Because of this, these mountains are perfect for individuals who enjoy their camping/hiking in isolation.
Oklahoma City boasts a surprisingly diverse and rich cuisine culture, with the Asian district, the Paseo, Plaza, and Uptown 23rd areas being particularly unique.
KC, the birthplace of American jazz, has more than 40 places where you can hear live jazz, as well as just as many places that serve delicious KC BBQ.
Kansas City, Missouri