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Top 3 Cheapest Vacations in the U.S & What To Pack

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With the economy being so tight on money, we could all use a vacation. 

Here are the top 3 cheapest vacation spots in the United States and some must have items to pack for the ride!

1. St. Augustine, Florida

 One of the oldest cities in America, St. Augustine is worth visiting for many reasons, including pristine beaches, with St. Augustine Beach, thanks to its wonderful food scene and laid-back vibe. Other things to love about America’s oldest city include the Governor’s House Cultural Center and Museum and St. Gorge Street, which is lined with impressive art galleries, eateries, and colorful stores. A budget trip to St. Augustine costs $123 per day, which means tourists can enjoy a week-long vacation for $859. This makes St. Augustine one of the cheapest cities to visit in the U.S. 

 Cheapest hotels: Southern Oaks Inn and Smart Stay Inn of Augustine 

 Cheapest things to do: St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, St. Augustine Wild  

What to pack:

2.    Destin, Florida One of the perfect family beach destinations in the U.S., Destin is a breathtaking seaside city on the Gulf of Mexico and offers some of the most unforgettable family retreats. Based on the expenses of previous travelers, on average, a trip to Destin costs $192 per person per day. However, the cheapest vacation in the city can cost as low as $98 per day and $684 per week. 

 Cheapest hotels:Henderson Park Inn and Hampton Inn & Suites 

Cheapest things to do:Henderson Beach State Park, Destin Harbor Boardwalk, and Destin Harbor 

What to pack:

 3. Olympic National Park, Washington 

There are plenty of the USA's natural wonders worth seeing, and Olympic National Park's natural scenery is equally breathtaking and comes with multiple things to explore. One can go fishing, camping, hiking, stargazing, wildlife spotting, and backpacking, among others. 

 Vacationers can spend $124 per day on average to explore the wonders of this park. A seven-day trip will cost $868 for a mid-range tourist. Tourists can still cut on costs and spend as low as $54 per day and $378 for one week. 

 Cheapest hotels:Sequim Bay Lodge, Olympic View Inn 

 Cheapest things to do: Ruby Beach, Hoh Rain Forest, Hurricane Ridge

What to pack: 

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