Looking to gather your friends for a quick weekend getaway?

Here's the best part, you won't have to hop on a plane in order to do so either.

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The website Your Time to Fly and their 11 Unique Destinations for Girls Weekend Getaways in the U.S. highlights some low-key great spots for a quick trip.

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Long story short, if you're tired of having to go to Nashville for a fun weekend, you should take a look.

Even better, there's a place that continues to grow in popularity in the midwest.

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It comes up so often on lists like these, there's a bit of trepidation in hyping up the town in fear of it changing some of its excellent uniqueness.

Either way, the top two spots are Fort Wayne, Indiana (#1 overall) and Flathead Lake Lodge, in Montana.

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Sure you could make the hike out to Indiana to check out Fort Wayne but you aren't going to make it from Illinois or Wisconsin to Montana without a plane or a very long car ride, and seriously, who wants to do that?

A little bit closer to home, Door County, Wisconsin was recognized as one of America's most unique spots for a girls' trip.

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Shopping, delicious food, and a wine trail, as well as countless outdoor adventures. Door County sits at the tip of a peninsula north of Green Bay. Surrounded by water on three sides, the peninsula is a dream getaway with breathtaking scenery, a thriving artist community, and endless opportunities for fun.

Have you been to Door County? Is it as good a spot for a girls' trip as Your Time To Fly says?

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