Wet Hot American Summer
From San Diego to Cape Cod, St. Louis MO to Miami Beach… the US loves to celebrate iconic summer activities. And with 3000 lateral miles of regional diversity, your American summer can be full of local hidden gems.
In Maryland, you're likely to be invited to a crab feast. They'll dump a bushel of local blue crabs, crusted red with Old Bay spices, right onto the table. Grab your wooden mallet and get cracking.
In Austin, keep your eyes peeled for East Texas barbecue joints. Delicious all year round, a hot Texas summer just isn't complete without hefty barbecue consumption. You'll see long lines up to tiny unpretentious storefronts (and frequently, the more run-down they appear, the better they will be.)
For many Pacific Northwesterners, summer isn't complete without a thrilling dive into Oregon's Crater Lake. This lake is almost 2000 feet deep, and beneath its thin layer of warm water lurks bone-chilling cold depths. But thousands of locals and visitors still flock every year to take the plunge.
See these hidden gems and many more at Trover's latest Featured List, Wet Hot American Summer.
For bonus points and '80s summer camp nostalgia, we also recommend David Wain's Wet Hot American Summer 2001 film.
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