Paid PostPosted on Nov 4, 201611 Towns That Definitely Deserve More CoverageSmall doesn't mean insignificant.by T-MobileBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. Mackinac Island, Michigan csterken / Getty Images This small nationally landmarked island has been free of motorized vehicles since 1898. The island can be reached by ferry, private boat, a small regional airport, or for the adventurous, by ice bridge during winter. The island is known for its gorgeous architecture and annual fudge festival. 2. Kennebunkport, Maine Nicole K Cioe / Getty Images This quiet coastal town was first settled in the 1620s. Now visitors can find a wealth of quirky things to explore, like the oldest and largest trolley museum, or learn how to catch a lobster on a lobster tour. 3. Destin, Florida Peeter Viisimaa / Getty Images This fishing village is home to some of the most beautiful beaches on the Gulf Coast, according to the Travel Channel. Consistently beautiful weather offers visitors excellent conditions for year-round fishing should they grow tired of the beach. 4. Breckenridge, Colorado Welcomia / Getty Images The town of Breckenridge was named in 1859 after the then-vice-president of the United States in hopes that flattering him would earn the town a post office. The plan worked, and the town received one of the first post offices in the area. The town was then inadvertently left off of US maps for nearly 50 years, during which it declared itself "Colorado's Kingdom." The town is now back on the map, but it celebrates this history with a summer festival known as Kingdom Days. 5. Madison, Indiana Luann Snawder / CC BY-ND 2.0 / Via flic.kr This southeast Indiana town boasts the largest contiguous National Landmark district in the US. Once visitors are done exploring the town, there are six wineries where one can unwind. 6. Mammoth Lakes, California Tim Mccaig / Getty Images Because of Mammoth Lakes' exceptionally long ski season, riders can be found on lifts up until June most years, making it one of the top California ski destinations. But skiing isn't the only draw for this quiet town: Nearby visitors can find the 4,500-year-old residents of the the Bristlecone Pine Forest or see the nearby salt formations of Mono Lake. 7. Virginia City, Nevada Patrick Nouhailler / Via flic.kr / CC BY-SA 2.0 This western Nevada town traces its roots back to the discovery of the Comstock Lode of silver ore in 1859. Previous residents include Mark Twain who developed his signature writing style working as a reporter for the local paper. A museum dedicated to his time there is among the many historic stops one can make in present day Virginia City. 8. Eureka Springs, Arkansas Phil Baker / CC BY 2.0 / Via flic.kr Visitors have been drawn to this Victorian resort village since the late 1800s when it was declared a "city of the first class." Originally it was marketed for its legendary "healing waters" in its eponymous springs, but now people come to see its gorgeous architecture and winding hillside streets and walkways. 9. Beaufort, South Carolina Travel Bug / Getty Images / Via gettyimages.com This South Carolina town was the site of the second landing on North America by Europeans. In 1514, Spanish ships landed here only one year after Ponce de Leon landed in Florida. The city was founded in 1711, and it is now home to some of the best-preserved Antebellum architecture in the US. 10. Paris, Texas Nancy Nance / CC BY 2.0 / Via flic.kr Touting itself as the "second-largest Paris in the world" Paris, Texas lives up to it's name by featuring many galleries and theaters in addition to a 60 foot replica of the Eiffel Tower sporting a cowboy hat. 11. Stillwater, Minnesota Philaugustavo / Getty Images Stillwater was once declared by Forbes Magazine one of the top ten prettiest towns in America. Situated on the St. Croix river separating Minnesota and Wisconsin, Stillwater is a popular midwest tourist destination due to the pristine waters of the river and plenty of summer and winter activities. It doesn't take a metropolis to be unlimited. It just takes T-Mobile ONE, now with more coverage than ever before. Take this survey. It's almost like taking a quiz!