Learn the true history of the Panama–California Exposition. A dangerous gamble hatched at the start of the 20th century to transform a small town into a great city. This audacious act of rebellion presented in San Diego’s Balboa Park in 1915, was an Outlaw World’s Fair held without international sanction and in opposition to the official event in Northern California.
One visit to a small town is never enough, just as one blog article can’t hope to cover everything great about our destinations. We are therefore taking a short pit stop on our Favorite Small Towns 2012 road trip to announce a side series.
We know you are curious what lies off that exit. Let DIY Travelers do the driving for you. We took the exits and will reveal some fantastic small towns worth pulling off the interstate.