41 Places Where the Richest Americans Go To Vacation Within the U.S.

While scrolling through my favorite internet forum, I encountered an engaging question, “What comes to mind when you hear Africa?” 

Read our list to discover how the highest-earning Americans spend their time off as they enjoy everything from outdoorsy Alaskan adventures in Juneau to the Magic Kingdom.


Crested Butte, CO

This Rocky Mountain ski town is home to the Crested Butte Mountain Resort, with lifts taking snow bunnies 11,875 feet into the sky. Crested Butte isn’t just for skiing, though. It’s also been designated the “Wildflower Capital of Colorado,” with a stunning array of blooms all summer long.


Telluride, CO

There’s a laid-back, hippie vibe to Telluride, the ski town known for way more than just skiing. Visit in June for the legendary Telluride Bluegrass Festival or hit Allred’s at the top of the Telluride Ski Resort gondola where you can enjoy Colorado fine dining at 10,551 feet.


Nantucket, MA

In the summertime, the population of this New England island off the coast of Cape Cod swells to over five times its normal size. 


Park City, UT

Park City beckons the wealthy with two separate ski resorts: Park City Mountain Resort, the largest ski area in America; and Deer Valley, which offers ultra-luxury hotels like the St. Regis and the Montage. 

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