Yellowstone National Park, covering parts of Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, is renowned for its hot springs.
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Yellowstone is a wildly popular national park, but lodging for less than $150 per night can still be booked this summer!
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A trip to Yellowstone offers the chance to take ranger-led hikes and walks and participate in campfire talks to help you learn about the park's wildlife and hot spring.
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Myrtle Beach's miles of sand and popular boardwalk make it a draw for families, fishing enthusiasts, and seafood fans.
The sun rising over Myrtle Beach is a sight few travelers can forget. There are still affordable hotel rooms available here through the end of August!
Dollywood, with its awesome thrill rides, is nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains.
Chicago's Navy Pier is just one of the attractions of this city—known for great food, blues music, second-to-none theater, and affordability.
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The Art Institute of Chicago holds masterpieces by artists such as Edward Hopper and Georges Seurrat.
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Morro Bay gives you a chance to experience the spectacular California coast without the sticker shock!
Hearst Castle is a central California "American castle" that's not far from affordable Morro Bay.
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When visiting the Berkshires in western Massachusetts, pop down to Pittsfied to see the lovely Hancock Shaker Village Museum.
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Mackinac Island, Mich., is known for its lovely forst trails and beaches on Lake Huron. You can afford this rarefied treat by staying in nearby Mackinaw City and hopping a half-hour ferry to the island!
Mackinac Island is a Victorian-style community with picturesque buildings and, if you visit a little later in the year, stunning fall colors.
Few meetings of land and sea are as beautiful as Acadia National Park, in Maine. By booking a hotel that's a few miles away, you can turn this coveted vacation spot into an affordable getaway.
Sure, August is hot in Orlando, but you can lock in loding for less than $75 per night and cool off on a wild ride!
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A last-minute trip to Orlando can "transform" your kids' summer from "ho-hum" to "hooray!"
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