Popular Cities in United States - Page 2

Top cities in United States, page 2, based on popularity among TravBuddy members.

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Cincinnati #101 most popular location
One of the most well-known cities in the United States, long considered to be the first American boomtown in the heart of the country, Cincinnati has a history as one of the first major inlan…
421travelers 24reviews 22blogs
Napa #102 most popular location
Located in the southern end of the wine country this town of about 75,000 population sits in the valley of Napa county of northern California. It is best known for the many wineries that d…
72travelers 42reviews 11blogs
Newport #103 most popular location
One of New England's oldest towns, and one of America's first playgrounds for the super-rich, Newport, Rhode Island is a year round destination with wonderful hotels, resorts, and bed and bre…
36travelers 24reviews 16blogs
Moab #104 most popular location
Never heard of it? There’s no reason why you should have: Moab’s just a tiny dot on the sizable Utah landscape, but its not the town that would bring you here. Situated within a brisk str…
45travelers 21reviews 36blogs
Baton Rouge #105 most popular location
Baton Rouge is the capital of Louisiana and is located in the southeast portion of the state along the Mississippi River. It owes its location and historical importance to its site upon Istro…
165travelers 16reviews 18blogs
Maui #106 most popular location
For those in the know, the mere mention of the word Maui causes a rush of adrenaline, the image of surf-battered beaches and an insuppressible desire to wallow amongst the sand and hike to th…
231travelers 52reviews 30blogs
Atlantic City #107 most popular location
At some point in your life, you "owned" real estate in Altantic City. You just didn't know it. You passed Go, collected your $200, bought Boardwalk and built 4 hotels. Donald Trump has noth…
60travelers 27reviews 7blogs
Alexandria #108 most popular location
Alexandria, Virginia, is an independent city of Virginia. (Not in any county.) The city was founded in the mid-18th century as a tobacco, cotton, and trading seaport on the Potomac River. For…
172travelers 56reviews 10blogs
Detroit #109 most popular location
Detroit is located in south east Michigan, is the states largest city, and is accessible by car, plane, train and boat. Founded by the Frenchman, Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac in 1701, it lies…
549travelers 28reviews 33blogs
Fresno #110 most popular location
Fresno is a city and county in central California also known as the San Joaquin Valley. It is about 3 hours south from San Francisco, 2 hours east of Monterey, and 3 hours from Los Angeles. …
172travelers 37reviews 8blogs
Pensacola #111 most popular location
Pensacola is proud of its rich heritage, historically significant events, and landmarks. We recently marked our 450th anniversary. In celebration, we hosted the king and queen of Spain, th…
143travelers 18reviews 1blogs
Corpus Christi #112 most popular location
Corpus Christi sits on the Gulf of Mexico and is the eighth largest city in Texas (pop. around 280,000). The climate is subtropical and you will rarely doubt this because of the constant hot…
94travelers 10reviews 3blogs
Reno #113 most popular location
Although Reno is known as the northern gambling center for Nevada the increase in California Indian gaming casinos has really hurt the casinos of Reno and Sparks. It is much lesser known for…
175travelers 38reviews 12blogs
Montgomery #114 most popular location
Montgomery is the Capital, and second largest city in Alabama, with a population of over 200,000. The city was the center of the Civil Rights Movement. The city is located roughly between Bir…
55travelers 11reviews 9blogs
Madison #115 most popular location
Madison is the capital city of Wisconsin and home to the flagship of the University of Wisconsin System, appropriately named the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Downtown Madison is situated…
247travelers 16reviews 12blogs
Bloomington #116 most popular location
27travelers 33reviews 11blogs
Tallahassee #117 most popular location
113travelers 14reviews 7blogs
Augusta #118 most popular location
Augusta is the second largest city in the state of Georgia. It is home to the Masters Golf Tournament and the home of James Brown.Fort Gordon is located in Augusta which serves as the United…
78travelers 5reviews 5blogs
Wichita #119 most popular location
If you want to be smack dab in the middle of the United States, venturing to Wichita will get you pretty close. Though it is the biggest city in Kansas, Wichita is only the 51st-largest U.…
110travelers 9reviews
Little Rock #120 most popular location
Little Rock is home of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and The Old Mill, a scene from "Gone With the Wind." It is a short drive from Memphis, Tennessee. Little Rock is the right…
122travelers 10reviews 8blogs
Steamboat Springs #121 most popular location
Steamboat Springs is the county seat of Routt County, Colorado, and has a population of about 10,000 people. It lies in the Yampa Valley of Northwestern Colorado and has an elevation of 6,7…
16travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Hollywood #122 most popular location
Characterized by quaint sidewalk cafés, bricklined walks and six blocks of unique boutiques, shops, art galleries and dozens of excellent restaurants along Hollywood Boulevard and Harrison S…
94travelers 18reviews 1blogs
Norfolk #123 most popular location
Home to the largest naval base in the world, and featuring a waterfront packed full of typical American food chains, docks, plenty of off-duty sailors, and enough waterfront taverns to fill a…
143travelers 30reviews 33blogs
Page #124 most popular location
Official Tourism Site: http://www.visitpagelakepowell.com/ Page (population 7,250) is a city in Coconino County, Arizona -- near the Glen Canyon Dam and Lake Powell. Once home to grazi…
16travelers 35reviews 26blogs
Boise #125 most popular location
"Les bois! Les bois!" exclaimed the French-Canadian trappers when they first explored the area after crossing the arid desert plains and saw the lush arboreal feast of trees along the Boise R…
214travelers 19reviews 6blogs
Sarasota #126 most popular location
Sarasota is a beautiful beach-front city, laid-back and chock full of elderly retirees. But don't let that fool you. There are plenty of things to do for the younger crowd. Vacations in …
142travelers 13reviews 6blogs
Tempe #127 most popular location
Official Tourism Site: http://www.tempetourism.com/ Much like its larger neighbor Phoenix, Tempe is a relatively young and up-and-coming city. Incorporated in 1894, Tempe is a landlocked c…
121travelers 28reviews 9blogs
Yellowstone National Park #128 most popular location
A 9,000 square kilometer area of preserved parkland that constituted the world’s first ever national park formed way back in the 1870s, Yellowstone varies from the popular tourist spots, wh…
377travelers 30reviews 41blogs
Arlington #129 most popular location
Arlington lies directly between Dallas and Ft. Worth and is the home of the amusement parks. Here you will find Six Flags Over Texas, Hurricane Harbor (formerly Wet n Wild), The Ballpark in …
96travelers 12reviews 11blogs
Mobile #130 most popular location
Mobile, AL for the most part seems to be a fairly quiet City. It is located on the Mobile Bay on I-10 in Southern Alabama. Along the bay there are countless seafood restaurants with excelle…
97travelers 3reviews 5blogs
Naples #131 most popular location
120travelers 3reviews 1blogs
Aspen #132 most popular location
Founded as a mining camp in the Colorado Silver Boom and named because of the abundance of aspen trees in the area, the city is now a ski resort and cultural center. The city emerged as a ski…
70travelers 7reviews 1blogs
Durham #133 most popular location
89travelers 9reviews 3blogs
Galveston #134 most popular location
The city of Galveston on Galveston island, is only about an hour drive south of Houston and is a great place for a quick getaway. Do not expect to find the most gorgeous beaches in the world…
39travelers 10reviews 3blogs
Wilmington #135 most popular location
Also known as the port city, Wilmington lies in the Southeast corner of North Carolina between the Cape Fear river and the Atlantic ocean. Wilmington has become a popular tourist destinati…
112travelers 23reviews 26blogs
Bar Harbor #136 most popular location
Perhaps the coolest village in Maine, Bar Harbor has a long and engaging history. The largest population center on Mount Desert Island, Bar Harbor is a tourist Mecca for folks drawn to the b…
17travelers 32reviews 17blogs
Waikiki #137 most popular location
If you don’t know Hawaii well, it might surprise you to learn that Waikiki – one of the best-known names of the entire island group – is nothing but a startling beach and an impressivel…
33travelers 30reviews 32blogs
Cleveland #138 most popular location
Cleveland is located in the northeast corner of Ohio on the banks of Lake Erie. This is one of the largest cities in the state. The most important tourist attraction of Cleveland is The Rock …
471travelers 22reviews 24blogs
Greensboro #139 most popular location
132travelers 5reviews 1blogs
Lexington #140 most popular location
Known as the Horse Capital of the World, Lexington has traditionally been dominated by the horse industry and is also heavily influenced by the University of Kentucky, the flagship state univ…
146travelers 7reviews 3blogs
Mammoth Lakes #141 most popular location
Mammoth Lakes is a town of less than 10,000 people in the eastern Sierras part of California, in the middle of the state, south of Lake Tahoe (about 2 hours drive), and north of Los Angeles (…
13travelers 17reviews 7blogs
Bakersfield #142 most popular location
This large community with a population nearing 400,000 is located in the southern horseshoe end of the San Joaquin valley. It relies primarily on agriculture, oil extraction and the oil refi…
121travelers 12reviews 5blogs
North Myrtle Beach #143 most popular location
Destination…North Myrtle Beach, SC North Myrtle Beach’s stunning natural beauty is the Carolinas coast at its best. You couldn’t pick a better place to vacation. North Myrtle Beach…
7travelers 4reviews 7blogs
Spokane #144 most popular location
Spokane, the second largest city, is located on the eastern edge of the state and has a population somewhere near 200,000. Settled in 1872 and originally named Spokane Falls, it has been nick…
187travelers 12reviews 6blogs
Oakland #145 most popular location
Located on the Eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay, Oakland is often known as "The Other City by the Bay". With a population of over 415,000, Oakland is the 8th largest city in California.…
289travelers 23reviews 7blogs
Jackson #146 most popular location
Jackson is located in the northwest corner of the state of Wyoming. Jackson is high altitude community sitting at approximately the 6500' level. Jackson is the gateway for the Grand Tetons an…
54travelers 13reviews 9blogs
Harrisburg #147 most popular location
Harrisburg is the capital of Pennsylvania, and with a population of 650,000+, it is the fourth largest city in Pennsylvania. It is located on the banks of the Susquehanna river, a little ove…
72travelers 15reviews 6blogs
Portland #148 most popular location
It is difficult to conceive that Portland is the biggest city in Maine with its meager population of perhaps 65,000. Worse yet, its #1 population status does not even merit it being the stat…
107travelers 31reviews 14blogs
Vail #149 most popular location
Vail, incorporated in 1966, is located in the Rocky Mountains in central Colorado and is divided into the following areas through the narrow Vail Valley: West Vail, Vail Village, Lionshead, G…
45travelers 7reviews 2blogs
Annapolis #150 most popular location
Annapolis, Maryland USA is located on the west side of the Chesapeake Bay between the Severn River and the South River, almost center of the state, if the state was a square, which it is defi…
103travelers 47reviews 17blogs
Des Moines #151 most popular location
Hometown of the mighty Bill Bryson!!! 'I come from Des Moines. Someone had to.' The Lost Continent, Bill Bryson
131travelers 14reviews 7blogs
Estes Park #152 most popular location
Estes Park is much more than a small, quaint touristy town, just outside of Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. Even though the streets are lined with gift and souvenir shops, ice crea…
13travelers 9reviews 6blogs
Saint Petersburg #153 most popular location
Saint Petersburg, locally known as St. Pete, is the largest city in Florida's Pinellas County and makes up a significant component of the Tampa Bay Area, sitting at the entrance of the Bay an…
178travelers 14reviews 10blogs
Kauai #154 most popular location
Often known by its nickname of “The Garden Isle”, Kauai is the fourth-largest of the main islands of Hawaii and is the oldest of all of them. This is a lush tropical landscape that has be…
115travelers 25reviews 46blogs
Hawaii #155 most popular location
Big Island is another one of the many beautiful islands of Hawaii. This island continues to grow as the famous Kilauea volcano continues to erupt and ooze lava, increasing the size of the isl…
719travelers 21reviews 25blogs
North Charleston #156 most popular location
7travelers 6reviews 2blogs
Beverly Hills #157 most popular location
Beverly Hills is one of the most well known cities in Los Angeles, California. Home to many celebrities and affluent California residents, it has become the representation of sophistication a…
59travelers 33reviews 3blogs
Juneau #158 most popular location
The capital of Alaska, and easily one of the most beautiful places in the entire state (possibly even the entire United States), Juneau is a municipality located on the Gastineau Channel in t…
83travelers 22reviews 28blogs
Berkeley #159 most popular location
Berkeley although begun well before, was incorporated back in 1878 and has grown along with the area, especially due to the University of California at Berkeley. It is widely known as a liber…
267travelers 60reviews 7blogs
Lubbock #160 most popular location
Lubbock is also called the “Hub City”. This is cowboy country where you can actually ride off into the sunset, and yes this is the best place in the world for sunsets. The dust and flat…
54travelers 15reviews 9blogs
Rapid City #161 most popular location
Rapid City is perhaps best-known for Mount Rushmore National Memorial, which is just a few minutes outside the city. The four granite faces of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lin…
56travelers 9reviews 9blogs
Fargo #162 most popular location
Fargo, ND was founded in 1871 and was originally named "Centralia' until the citizens renamed it Fargo after William Fargo, director of the Northern Pacific Railway. The city is located al…
32travelers 11reviews 2blogs
Pasadena #163 most popular location
Located about 10 miles northeast of downtown Los Angeles, Pasadena, CA sits in a beautiful area at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains. As of 2009, the population is 150,185. The Rose B…
124travelers 33reviews 11blogs
West Palm Beach #164 most popular location
West Palm Beach is the largest city in Palm Beach County, the northernmost of the tri-county area that makes up South Florida (the other two being Broward County and Miami-Dade County). It's …
156travelers 22reviews 5blogs
Gulf Shores #165 most popular location
Gulf Shores is a fast growing town of about 10,000 (up 101% since 200 and not including tourists) located on the Gulf of Mexico in Baldwin County in extreme Southern Alabama. Alabama Routes 5…
16travelers 9reviews 9blogs
Macon #166 most popular location
Located just over an hour away from Atlanta, Macon epitomizes a city in the south. It is a city that has history around every corner next to modern day life. Along with being able to explore …
38travelers 2reviews 1blogs
Gettysburg #167 most popular location
Gettysburg, PA was the site of the culmination and decisive point of the American Civil War. This historic town is the location where the Civil War changed momentum from the Confederacy to t…
42travelers 22reviews 22blogs
Green Bay #168 most popular location
Green Bay is a city of about 100,000 located at the mouth of the Fox River. The adjacent cities make the metro area population approximately 285,000. The third largest city in Wisconsin, Gre…
77travelers 45reviews 17blogs
Biloxi #169 most popular location
When people think of the state of Mississippi, their first thought is not of the water so Biloxi is a surprise for many people. Biloxi is right on the Gulf Coast and its way of life revolves…
36travelers 9reviews 4blogs
Sandusky #170 most popular location
Sandusky, Ohio is probably best known for the amusement park Cedar Point, which boasts 17 roller coasters, the most of any one amusement park in the world. While Cedar Point is probably the …
21travelers 14reviews 6blogs
Birmingham #171 most popular location
170travelers 7reviews 6blogs
Wisconsin Dells #172 most popular location
Wisconsin Dells is both the name of a town and the name of the area that comprises perhaps the biggest tourism zone in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Dells is a name given to the area that enc…
11travelers 4reviews 6blogs
Greenville #173 most popular location
Greenville, is set among the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the northwest corner of South Carolina. Greenville's vibrant community welcomes visitors to experience breathtaking views…
115travelers 2reviews 1blogs
Springfield #174 most popular location
Welcome to Springfield, Cashew Chicken capital of the world!!! Springfield is the third largest city in Missouri, behind St Louis and Kansas City. It is located in the Southwestern corner of …
74travelers 3reviews 3blogs
Fairbanks #175 most popular location
The second largest city in Alaska, Fairbanks is located in a unique part of the world just short of 200 miles south of the Arctic Circle, meaning the summer days stretch on for hours, while t…
126travelers 22reviews 29blogs
Albany #176 most popular location
Albany is the capital of the State of New York and the county seat of Albany County. Albany lies 136 miles (219 km) north of New York City, and slightly to the south of the juncture of the Mo…
149travelers 8reviews 7blogs
Billings #177 most popular location
Billings is the most populace city in Montana with a population of almost 110,000 (up 21% since 2000) located near the Intersection of Interstates 90 and 94, U. S. Highway 87 and multiple Mon…
40travelers 14reviews 3blogs
Fredericksburg #178 most popular location
Fredericksburg is an independent city in the U.S. Commonwealth of Virginia, 50 miles south of Washington, D.C., and 55 miles north of Richmond, Virginia. As of the 2006 census, the city had a…
68travelers 18reviews 1blogs
Newark #179 most popular location
Newark is the largest city in New Jersey and the first one encountered by anyone flying into the Garden State. Newark is home to the Newark Liberty International Airport, several college camp…
65travelers 23reviews 13blogs
Hot Springs #180 most popular location
20travelers 12reviews 10blogs
San Luis Obispo #181 most popular location
~San Luis Obispo is one of the Nicest places to live!~ SLO is one of the most well-known college towns on the west coast. Cal Poly has a reputation of being a party school. San Luis Ob…
91travelers 15reviews 9blogs
Saint George #182 most popular location
St. George is a small community located in the southwest corner of Utah approximately 120 miles northeast of Las Vegas. It was founded in the 1860's as a cottom mission only producing enough …
21travelers 6reviews 8blogs
Buffalo #183 most popular location
Buffalo is rich in tradition, culture, and ethnic diversity. It is located near Niagara Falls, Canada. Buffalo is full of activities throughout the day and continues well into the night. …
301travelers 13reviews 17blogs
Durango #184 most popular location
Durango is home of the Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. This town of about 15,000 was begun back around 1880. Mining in the area brought the need for railroads and the Denver and Rio …
45travelers 10reviews 15blogs
Fort Myers Beach #185 most popular location
6travelers 4reviews 1blogs
Grand Rapids #186 most popular location
Welcome to Grand Rapids, Michigan. Here you will find a town that was settled by dutch immigrants. Join in the local scene. Head to the Grand River and enjoy the rushing water mixed with city…
202travelers 25reviews 2blogs
Lancaster #187 most popular location
Lancaster has a population around 55,000 and is the 8th largest city in Pennsylvania and the 101st largest metropolitan area in the US. Lancaster was once the capital of Pennsylvania before t…
69travelers 9reviews 7blogs
Laguna Beach #188 most popular location
Laguna Beach the Beach is a wonderful place to visit. It has a cool, laid back type of atmosphere. The main beach has chess tables and a volleyball net. Laguna has many coves that some peo…
78travelers 11reviews 6blogs
Taos #189 most popular location
I have been to Taos, New Mexico many times including 2016. Taos is a nice small tourist dominated city surounded by mountains of the Carson N Forest in North Central New Mexico. Taos is a …
18travelers 8reviews 5blogs
Lincoln #190 most popular location
Overview: Lincoln, named after President Abraham Lincoln, is the state capital of Nebraska and populates over 250,000 people making it the second largest city of the state. Employment: T…
86travelers 1reviews 3blogs
Rochester #191 most popular location
Rochester ~Made for Living~ "The World Image Centre" Rochester is built around the Genesee River in Upstate New York, which has a 100 ft waterfall in the middle of downtown (High Falls). …
243travelers 11reviews 4blogs
Fort Collins #192 most popular location
In 2006, Money ranked Fort Collins as the best place to live in America, proclaiming that "great schools, low crime, good jobs in a high-tech economy and a fantastic outdoor life make Fort Co…
113travelers 16reviews 3blogs
Kihei #193 most popular location
What a beautiful place to visit. Maui is a fantastic island getaway. Kihei is a town on the west side (the dry side) of Maui just north of Wailea. Unlike Wailea and Kaanapali/Kapalua to t…
24travelers 12reviews 8blogs
Missoula #194 most popular location
Missoula is a rapidly growing city of about 70,000 (up 22% since 2000) located at the intersection of Interstate 90, U.S. Highways 12 and 93, and Montana Highways 200 and 474 in Missoula Coun…
73travelers 9reviews 3blogs
Boulder #195 most popular location
Boulder is a beautiful picture postcard of CO. It sits in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains about 30 miles northwest of Denver on Hwy 36. Boulder has over 300 day of sunshine a year. It is…
282travelers 14reviews 9blogs
Zion National Park #196 most popular location
A vast area of mountainous open air found in Utah, Zion National Park is the perfect home for camping enthusiasts, with hundreds of affordable camping sites all within a day’s strenuous tre…
65travelers 8reviews 47blogs
Springfield #197 most popular location
The lone 30-story skyscraper may look a bit out of place, jutting out from hundreds of miles of surrounding farmland. But that's because this is a city that doesn't try to be pretentious. T…
49travelers 44reviews 10blogs
Keystone #198 most popular location
Keystone is a wonderful mountain resort, full of adventurous activities! It is a Colorado classic. Keystone offers world class skiing, set in a great Colorado ski town. The town is full of …
7travelers 4blogs
Davenport #199 most popular location
Davenport is a small community in Polk County, Florida. It has recently seen new developments such as a golf course, residental housing, leisure park, shops, restaurants and bars as the area …
4travelers 5reviews
Bend #200 most popular location
Bend is the largest town in Central Oregon, with a population of 75,000, and is the hub of all outdoor activities for the area. Bend is situated on the Deschutes river which runs through t…
95travelers 11reviews 3blogs