Top 10 Picturesque Rural Communities in the United States

Rocheport, Missouri

This little village along the Katy Trail was historically a Native American trade centre; its name, Rocheport, translates to "rocky port" in French.

IA: Decorah

The Vesterheim Norwegian-American Museum is the biggest museum in the United States dedicated to a specific immigrant group.

Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania

This picturesque hamlet is home to the Asa Packer Mansion Museum, an Italianate mansion built in 1861.

Cape May, New Jersey

 The town also has a boardwalk and other classic beach attractions, in addition to modern amusements (like annual jazz and film fests).

Ohio's Yellow Springs

This town, which is home to Antioch College, is beautiful all year round because to its proximity to the 78-mile long Little Miami Scenic Trail.

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

Dogfish Head, one of the most lauded craft breweries in the United States, is based out of Rehoboth Beach, and they have established a charming inn .

Pawleys Island, South Carolina

This barrier island is located 70 miles north of Charleston and is reached by crossing a causeway; it is home to just around 100 people .

Houghton, Michigan

Rock Harbor in Lake Superior provides access to Isle Royale National Park, one of the many natural wonders of this Upper Peninsula municipality.

Louisiana's St. Francisville

St. Francisville, Louisiana, is located in the Baton Rouge metropolitan area on the banks of the Mississippi River.

New Hampshire's Meredith

This community in the White Mountains is home to nine lakes, including the biggest lake in New Hampshire, Lake Winnipesaukee.

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