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Staycations all around the US

Did you get a chance to read my post on 5 things to do for free during your Los Angeles staycation? You don't have to go far to enjoy some time off. With more and more people living on a tight budget, staycations have become a popular way to spend time with the family while staying close to home.

If you don't live in Los Angeles, there are so many great staycations in other cities across the country. Please take a look at the long list of cities where you can enjoy a staycation near you: 

Mid Atlantic

NW (or all), Connecticut :: Parenting Miracles Boston (or all), Massachusetts :: Maven of SavinCentral, New Jersey :: Our Good LIfe Adirondak Mountains and Central, New York :: For This SeasonBuffalo/Niagara Falls, New York :: Ann's Entitled Life Syracuse, New York :: I am THAT lady Erie, Pennsylvania :: Growing Kids Ministry Greater Harrisburg, Pennsylvania :: Family Balance SheetHershey, Pennsylvania :: Good Deal Mama Philadelphia, Pennsylvania :: Beyond the CoverPittsburgh, Pennsylvania :: The Coupon "High"

Midwest

Des Moines, Iowa :: Make the best of everything Central, Illinois :: The Homeschool Scientist Chicago, Illinois :: Chicagoland Homeschool Network Naperville, Illinois :: The Sensible Mom Schaumburg, Illinois :: Ravings By Rae Fort Wayne, Indiana :: Simplified Saving Indianapolis, Indiana (Metro Area):: In Good Cents Muncie, Indiana (Central IN) :: the daisyhead Northern Indiana :: So Dough SavvyKansas City Area :: Kansas City Mamas Metro Detroit, Michigan :: Saving Dollars and Sense Grand Rapids, Michigan :: Give Me Neither Oakland County, Michigan :: Bargain Shopper Mom Minneapolis, Minnesota :: Creative Couponing Rural Minnesota (either Southern our Lake Country) :: Mommysavers.com Kansas City, Missouri/Kansas :: Kosher on a Budget Springfield, Missouri :: Getting Freedom Cincinnati, Ohio :: Family Friendly Cincinnati Columbus, Ohio :: Cleverly SimpleDayton, Ohio :: Savings Lifestyle: Dayton Mansfield, Ohio :: The Traveling Praters NE Ohio :: Raising Lifelong Learners Northeast Ohio (Canton, Akron, Cleveland) :: Sisters Shopping on a ShoestringBlack Hills, South Dakota :: Little House Living South Dakota :: Moms Mustard Seeds 

Mountain


Phoenix, Arizona :: Mom Endeavors Scottsdale, Arizona :: Saving For Someday Tucson, Arizona :: Desert Chica Ramblings Colorado Springs, Colorado :: The Greenbacks Gal Denver, Colorado :: Bargain Blessings Helena, Montana :: The WiC Project Omaha, Nebraska :: Mom Endeavors Reno, Nevada - Lake Tahoe (Northern Nevada) :: Saving in Nevada

Pacific

Fresno, California (Central Valley) :: NerdFamily Blog Los Angeles, California :: Savings.com San Diego, California :: Good Cheap Eats San Diego, California :: Life as MOM Portland, Oregon :: Frugal Living NW Seattle, Washington :: Thrifty NW Mom

South Atlantic

Arkansas :: Discovering Arkansas Washington, DC :: Kidventurous Clearwater Beach, Florida :: Bargain Briana Jacksonville, Florida :: Saving The Family Money Southwest Florida (Ft. Myers area):: Chaos Is Bliss St. Augustine, Florida :: Simply St. Augustine Atlanta, Georgia (metro area) :: Hodgepodge Atlanta, Georgia (metro area) :: The Couponing Couple Annapolis, Maryland :: The Happy Housewife Hagerstown, Maryland :: Cheryl Pitt Asheville, North Carolina :: Paradise PraisesCharlotte, North Carolina :: from our front porch lookin' in... Raleigh/Southeastern, North Carolina :: Upside Down Homeschooling Upstate South Carolina :: The Tween & Me Charlottesville, Virginia :: How to Have it All Richmond, Virginia :: Teachers of Good Things Smithfield, Virginia :: Walking in High Cotton Virginia Beach, Virginia :: The Coupon Challenge

South Central

Coastal Alabama :: Meet Penny Huntsville, Alabama :: The Traveling Praters Northern Kentucky :: Simply Sherryl Chattanooga, Tennessee :: Living Chic on the Cheap East Tennessee (Smoky Mountains, Knoxville) :: Finding Joy on the Journey Nashville, Tennessee :: Montessori TidbitsArlington, Texas :: Grocery Shop For FREE Austin, Texas (Hill Country) :: Ponder the Path College Station, Texas :: How to Homeschool My Child Dallas, Texas :: Surviving The Stores East Dallas, Texas :: Funky Faith Girl Houston, Texas :: MomsToolbox Houston, Texas :: MyLitter Katy, Texas :: Moms Confession McAllen, Texas (Rio Grande Valley) :: iLoveMy5Kids San Antonio, Texas :: Melissa's Bargains

(Source: Savings.com)

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