The Strangest Places You Can Still Visit without Having To Quarantine

Four More States, Washington DC & Puerto Rico were added this week to places you will need to quarantine after returning to New York. Other than our neighbors in the Northeast, there aren't many places we can go on vacation. We thought we'd help with some of the top and weirdest attractions.

South Dakota: The 12 Top Attractions include Mt Rushmore, Badlands National Park, Custer State Park & The Crazy Horse Memorial.

10 Weird things include The World’s Only Corn Palace, The World’s Largest Pheasant and more!

Wyoming: The Top 14 Attractions include Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park and Devils Tower from Close Encounters.

12 Weird things include Tree in a Rock. Pretty much what it is. The is a Big Boy statue out in the middle of a field in the middle of no where…no one know how it got there and don’t miss The World’s Largest Jackalope at and the Two Story Outhouse.

West Virginia: 14 of the Top Attractions include Blackwater Falls State Park. You can go whitewater rafting if you can figure out how to social distance. Seneca Caverns (similar to Howes Caverns…save the gas). You can also visit the W. Virginia Penitentiary and the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum.

11 Weird things to see in West Virginia include The Moth-man museum. He is a humanoid moth-like creature last seen in the late 60s. (Couldn't you find him by just turning on a giant light?) The World’s Largest Tea Pot and the Mystery Hole. It doesn’t exactly say what it is but they say you have to see it to believe it and if you go in the fall don’t miss the Road Kill Cook off. Mmmm….that’s good possum!

Can't leave out New York. Here are 12 Weird Things to See in New York include The Mystery Spot in Lake George and Spook Hill in Middlesex.

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