Named after Tom McCall, the town’s founder, McCall in Idaho is home to just a little over 2000 people. Known for having the highest rate of snowfall in the region, McCall is one of the most famous ski resorts (and winter sports in general) around. Every year it hosts a warm winter festival, calling for people from all over the country.
In 2018 it became famous for its sled-dog race, a new kind of sport that many states have since adopted. Fun Facts: The area around is the mountain lions’ natural habitat, and together with a variety of other fascinating animals, McCall has one of the biggest variety of wildlife in the state.
Montana: Big Sky
Like most towns in the country, regardless of them being large or small, Big Sky also has an interesting story behind its name. The town of Big Sky, located in Montana is known for its absence of a metropolis and having no light pollution.
It is the gates to America's first national Park and is considered THE place to be among many celebrations. Apparently, Justin Timberlake and his wife chose Big Sky to raise their family, avoiding the big city life and enjoying a better quality of living. After researching this place and realizing what it has to offer, we don't blame them.
Wisconsin: Baileys Harbor
The harbor town of Bailey lies along Lake Michigan. It has beautiful coffee shops secretly hidden between hiking trails and it has numerous inns and B&Bs, so you better turn this place into a long weekend vacation spot and not just a flying visit. It has breathtaking views and is supposed to have the best 4th of July fireworks display in the area.
Now, if that is not a good enough reason to pay Baileys Harbor a visit, it is also known to have one of the best kiteboarding facilities, alongside many wind-dependent sports. Cana Island lighthouse is one of the most famous landmarks not only of the town but of the entire state.
Seaside is located in the northwest region of Florida, nestled on the quiet shores of the Gulf of Mexico. One of the most significant things about this place is its Urbanist design alongside the remarkable houses, all coated in calm pastel colors. The houses feature cute balconies and white fences, which all contribute the the town's charming characteristics.
Golden sandy beaches, exquisite restaurants, and unique shops are all clustered together in the town center, making this place one of the most attractive spots in the state. It is all you can wish for when visiting Florida, and trust us when we say, it is one of those places you just can't get enough of.
Seward is located in the south of Alaska. It is a port town on the Kenai Peninsula. The area is a home for whales and porpoises and it is surrounded by peaks and fjords. Seward has a fascinating sealife center, turning this into a sealife lover haven.
Back in 1867, Seward was where the negotiation of purchasing the state from Russia took place, and today it is home to just over 2600 people. If you want to explore the area, Seward is where several world-class boat tours take place and happens to be the best place to observe and learn about the unique wildlife this town has.