5 Small Towns to Fall in Love with This Summer

by Karen Green

Are you making your travel plans for this summer? Why not spend some time in a romantic small town on the water, where the sun is always shining, the locals are always welcoming and love is always in the air? The best part is, you won’t have to go far to get there—just find the coziest spot in the sun that you can, pour yourself a tall glass of something cold and get comfy, because you’ll want to stay in these small towns for a while.

 

Visit Haven Point!

Welcome to the small town with big heart. You’re sure to be charmed by Haven Point’s bucolic setting, buffered by rivers, bays and harbors. The town offers plenty to see, lots to do and always, always the opportunity to fall in love.

Welcome to Orchard Valley!

Things may seem quiet in Orchard Valley, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t a lot going on. Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and find out for yourself! Tour the beautiful fruit farms that give the town its name, enjoy a glass of wine as the warm sun sets and fall in love with Orchard Valley—or perhaps, even, one of its citizens.

 

Find Adventure in Cold Creek!

Welcome to the ranches of Cold Creek, a town best seen by horseback. Explore the beautiful mountain trails, eat some delicious home cooking and try your hand at working on the farm. And no visit to Cold Creek is complete without a reunion or two, maybe even with a love you thought was lost for good.

 

You Belong in Silver Springs!

Join us in sunny California and see exactly why so many come here to put down roots, or even to start again. It’s a town where the people are as warm as the weather and the welcome mat is always out. One visit to Silver Springs and you’ll fall in love—with the town, and maybe even with somebody in it.

 

Discover Sullivan’s Crossing!

Camping, hiking or just a quiet campfire—whatever your outdoor desires, you’ll find it in picturesque Sullivan’s Crossing. Ask one of the charming and colorful locals to show you around and give you the lay of the land. And if your nature is more to find love than to love nature, you’ve still come to the right place.

 

So which small town would you like to spend a long weekend in? Let us know in the comments!

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