5 Underrated Towns on the East Coast

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The entire East Coast is filled with history, personality, and culture. While most luxury travelers visit cities that are known for their elite options, sometimes it’s nice to take a break from the popular travel destinations and focus on the low key towns that may not have as many options or as well-known attractions, but still can provide an excellent vacation or a great weekend getaway.

See below for some great East Coast hidden gem locations. All of these towns and cities are accessible by private jet, so read on and contact evoJets to arrive at your destination in style and ease:

Dahlonega, Georgia


Only an hour away from Atlanta is Dahlonega, a beautiful, relaxing, and home to five very popular wineries for the oenophile. It is also known for its art galleries and restaurants, for those that enjoy a little culture and cuisine as well.

Farmington, Pennsylvania


Home to the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, considered one of the best resorts in Pennsylvania and home to countless relaxing and fun activities, Farmington also has interesting and unique areas to explore, such as the Laurel Caverns. Great for families, this area also makes an excellent relaxation destination for those trying to get away.

Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey


In addition to its fun name, Egg Harbor Township also boasts 3 different golf courses listed in the top 10 golf courses in New Jersey, and though the resorts are not spectacular, it is only 15 minutes from Atlantic City, giving you the option of staying in Egg Harbor at night and Atlantic City during the day.

Portland, Maine


The East Coast’s Portland was almost excluded from the list, because it does represent a popular East Coast tourist destination. But the key word is “underrated,” and Portland is most certainly that. With incredible food, a great art community, and a relaxing atmosphere, Portland, Maine makes a great 3 day weekend. Charter a private jet to Portland International Jetport (PWM) and arrive in less than an hour from NYC – with no traffic!

Burlington, Vermont


Burlington is unique on this list, because it is the home of a bit more of a college town/counterculture movement. Yet with bikes, beautiful parks, and all of the events at the Church Street Marketplace, this college town is a quirky little place that will be a nice break from your busy work life for those that enjoy this type of experience.

The East Coast has so much history that in many ways every city can be turned into an incredible, unique experience. Few people explore the lesser known cities in New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, and more.

If you are the type of traveler that simply enjoys unique experiences, the East Coast is filled with potential treasures to explore.

Courtesy TheTopTier Digital Media

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