It doesn’t get more affordable than camping, and the Grand Canyon is a unique place to rough it. Camping sites are just $15 per night during warm months so bring along your own food to save even more!
This Florida spot has an assortment of cheap summer options to please every type of traveler. When you’re not soaking up the sun on nearby beaches, seeing flora and fauna in places like Manatee Park, you can also enjoy some history at the winter estates of Henry Ford and Thomas Edison.
If you are fine with the high temperatures, you can travel here and enjoy the Native American culture and visit the longest aerial tram in the US.
This affordable Mississippi retreat offers beach access at a low cost and touring the cultural sites. If you like to gamble you can also visit the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino.
Tucson has a neat historic town where you can drive (or take a guided bike tour), visit old sets between specialty museums like the Pima Air & Space Museum or The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures.
Williamsburg is known for the site of the first settlement at Jamestown. You can stroll around pick up authentic souvenirs from the Jamestown Glasshouse.