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The Best Under-the-Radar Honeymoon Destinations in the US

Updated On 05/22/2019 at 05:39PM EST Updated On 05/22/2019 at 05:39PM EST
Sanibel Island Florida
Sanibel is a city in Lee County, Florida. | Tanvir Ibna Shafi/Moment Open/Getty
You can only access Dry Tortugas by boat or seaplane. | Boogich/E+/Getty
Explore some of the seven hiking areas in the park. | StevenRussellSmithPhotos/Shutterstock
Treat yourself to a couples massage at the Waldorf Astoria spa at Boulders. | The Boulders Resort & Spa
Situated around lakes with never-ending foliage, this 300-acre resort of 27 cabins is picturesque AF. | Canoe Bay
This offshoot of Fort Myers is low-key and quiet. | Maridav/shutterstock
This park has no established roads, trails, or campsites, aka a true adventure and not for the couple that's faint of heart. | Flickr/Paxson Woelber
The Boardwalk offers a romantic vantage point to watch sunsets with your honey. | Dean Pennala/Shutterstock
Molokai Island in Hawaii is one of the most untapped, pristine destinations in the state. | Lokuttara/Shutterstock
What could be more cozy and romantic than a New England inn? | Jo Ann Snover/Shutterstock
Rincon boasts the Caribbean’s best surfing and most swoon-worthy sunsets. | Marc Pagani/getty
Encinitas is one of the last strongholds of true California surf culture. | senai aksoy/Shutterstock
This cluster of islands is a haven for art lovers, foodies, and outdoor enthusiasts. | Edmund Lowe Photography/Shutterstock
Why wouldn’t you opt for Texas over Oahu? | Denise Lett/Shutterstock
Taos is a haven for fly-fishing, horseback riding, mountain biking, hot-air ballooning, river rafting, or hot springing. | Angel McNall Photography/Shutterstock
This locals-only alternative to the ridiculously overpriced resorts of Tahoe has all the charm of a quaint alpine town. | welcomia/Shutterstock
You’ll be able to push bales of hay off the wagon and greet the animals firsthand, too. | Richard Ligon/500px Prime/Getty
With a quaint, easily walkable downtown, Burlington has a lot to offer. | DenisTangneyJr/ E+/Getty
Sure, the Willamette Valley is known for its pinot noir, but expect to find pinot gris, riesling, cabernet franc and 70-plus other varietals. | Mark C Stevens/Moment/Getty