What’s the Most Underrated City in Every State?

There’s more to Massachusetts than just Boston.  There’s more to Washington than just Seattle.  There’s more to Wyoming than just Cheyenne.  I mean, I assume there is.  It looks big on the map, right?  There’s got to be stuff somewhere.

Thrillist.com just put together a list of the most UNDERRATED cities in every state.  The list is totally subjective, but still, it seems like their travel writers put some real thought into it.  Here are some of their more interesting picks . . .

1.  Homer, Alaska . . . which apparently, quote, “rocks a hell of a beach scene.”

2.  Sacramento, California . . . quote, “an underappreciated food city.”

3.  Duluth, Minnesota . . . a chance to see the Northern Lights and, quote, “monster cinnamon rolls.”

4.  Duck, North Carolina . . . quote, “the amenities of an East Coast spring break destination minus the crowding and chain restaurants.”

5.  Fayetteville, West Virginia . . . quote, “the ideal home base for rock climbing, mountain biking, and the best whitewater rafting in the east.”

Here in Washington, the most underrated city was ORCAS ISLAND. Which, if you’ve been there, you know is beautiful. Is an island really a city though?


(Here’s the full list.)