The Top Tourist Towns to Visit for American Adventures Month

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The month of August is American Adventures Month, which means it’s time to hit the road to some of America’s favorite tourist towns. There’s no better way to travel to America’s favorite tourist destinations than in the comfort and convenience of your RV, and these towns are just waiting for you to pay a visit.

Charleston, South Carolina

Experience the epitome of “southern charm” in gorgeous Charleston, S.C. Spend days exploring the historic city center, shopping and dining on some of the best southern eats the area has to off. Then, head to the nearby beaches for day after day of fun in the sun. The outside temperatures and Atlantic Ocean are still warm in late summer and fall, so there’s no better time to visit this hospitable southern town.

Nantucket, Massachusetts

When summer winds down and the kids head back to school, Nantucket is still booming with exciting things to do. Check out the Whaling Museum, wander the cobblestone streets or plant a beach chair on the sand and enjoy the mild temperatures of fall up north. Don’t forget to walk along the waterfront and shop for a piece of local Nantucket artwork that will let you take the charming coastal town home with you.

Whitefish, Montana

Hitting the road at the end of summer doesn’t mean you have to head to the beach. Drive toward the mountains instead, and set your sights on Whitefish, Mont. This stunning small town is just a short drive from picturesque Glacier National Park as well as some of the country’s best skiing, fishing and hiking. Visit the Railway District and Central Avenue after a day of adventure to see the town’s cute shops and tasty restaurants.

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