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    10 Road Trip–Worthy Spots Around The US — And How To Build Trips Around Them For Less Than $100 A Day

    Get outta town.

    So you've been dreaming of an amazing summer getaway but don't want to spend a ton of money, right? Luckily, you don't have to.

    To help you out, I've combed through hostels and Airbnbs in some of the country's coolest destinations and come up with a few sample itineraries for each — including what to do, eat, and see when you're there.

    1. Stay in an A-frame cabin near Asheville in Swannanoa, North Carolina.

    Little A-frame house in the woods

    2. Spend a night in a treehouse in Prescott, Arizona.

    A treehouse under a starry sky

    3. Book a room in the middle of vibrant downtown Austin, Texas.

    4. Get off the grid with a cabin escape near Acadia National Park in Deer Isle, Maine.

    5. Cozy up under the Rocky Mountain stars in Deckers, Colorado.

    6. Stay on a house boat in San Diego, California.

    View of San Diego from a boat

    7. Book a house by the water for your crew in Petoskey, Michigan.

    8. Kick back in a vintage airstream in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.

    An Airstream with a patio and seating area

    9. Sleep in a tiny, tropical home near Little Haiti in Miami, Florida.

    A patio with lots of trees and a little green house

    10. Take some time for yourself at a meditation retreat in Lava Hot Springs, Idaho.

    What's the best local (or semi-local) road trip you've made that didn't break the bank? Share in the comments below.