Discover North America's most affordable small cities and towns for gay travelers, including beach getaways, small mountains, and other artsy, progressive vacation locales that won't break your budget. Some of these communities all under , population offer especially good deals during the low-season, while others enjoy a lower cost of travel than other, fancier resorts in the same general region. Taos is one of the most stunningly situated small towns in North America, set on a high-desert mesa in the shadows of the 13,foot-high Sangre de Cristo mountains. A historic arts colony that retains its creative spirit today, this diminutive town of about 6, has long been favored by bohemians, free spirits, progressives, and gays and lesbians. Funkier and with far more affordable places to eat and stay than Santa Fe , Taos is a fantastic destination for hiking, biking, photography, and white-water rafting during the warmer months, and it's a terrific ski town in winter. You might be surprised to discover one of the Heartland's favorite small-town gay getaways in the heart of the Ozarks, closer to family-values-dominant Branson than to any major cities with a sizable gay population and three LGBT Diversity weekends each year.
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The Poconos mountains span northeastern Pennsylvania, featuring numerous historic towns, more than lakes, and plenty of spots for skiing, hiking or taking in natural sights. Of the area's accommodations, a handful of resorts caters to LGBT travelers. The ambiance of the various resorts ranges from quaint to chic, with amenities running the gamut from lively nightlife to outdoor sports facilities. The resort features a full calendar of parties, themed weekends and nightclub acts.
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Start spreading the news: NYC is still one of the gayest destinations in the world! The iconic Stonewall Riots, which kicked off the modern LGBTQ civil rights movement with a brick or two in happened here, and today the neighboring boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens also boast thriving queer residents, businesses, and nightlife. There are multiple LGBTQ festivals, events, and marches all across the boroughs every year, most famously the annual NYC Pride, which takes place in Manhattan on the last weekend in June and encompasses a day-long march on Sunday followed by the evening Dance on the Pier fundraiser, which has featured performances by gay icons including Madonna, Grace Jones, Kylie Minogue, and Cher. Celebrating its 29th year in , Queens Pride is the NY metropolitan area's second-largest Pride celebration with approximately 40, spectators, according to their website. Later in the summer, the five-day Black Pride Festival sees about 10, visitors from around the globe attend its events.