Best Towns With Fewer Than 10,000 Residents in U.S.

Sedona, Arizona

Big cities get all the credit for art events and alternative lifestyles, but Sedona proves small towns have just as much to offer.

Fairfield, Iowa

People arrive in town to practice the Transcendental Meditation technique he developed and find that much of the town was built following the architectural principles of the Maharishi.

Georgetown, South Carolina

This is such a small town to be filled with so much history! Georgetown has more than 50 different sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Sitka, Alaska

Located 95 miles southwest of Juneau, remote Sitka is the place to go if you want to get far away from it all

Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Located in Bucks County, outside of Philadelphia, Doylestown is a horse farm community with acres and acres of pastures just outside of its thriving town.

Hood River, Oregon

Often overshadowed by nearby Portland, Hood River is a quiet gateway into some of the state’s best nature.

Whitefish, Montana

If you’ve ever seen pictures of Glacier National Park, then you won’t need anyone to convince you that a visit to Whitefish, one of its main gateway towns, is worthwhile. 

Decorah, Iowa

In the 1850s, a decade after the native Ho-Chunk settlers had been forced out of their land, Decorah received a large number of Norwegian immigrants.

Holly Springs, Mississippi

With its location along the Mississippi Central Railroad, the town suffered great damage during the Civil War, yet was proudly rebuilt. Still, original churches and plantation remain intact, after 100 years.

Want More
Like This?

Click Here