TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) - Florida may be a lot of things, but at least it's fun!
The state rides California's coattails as the second most fun in America, according to a list from Wallethub.
Wallethub compared all 50 states based on 26 metrics related to entertainment, recreation and nightlife.
Florida was in the top percentile for most restaurants per capita, tying both California and New York. It came in third for golf courses.
With the constant heat keeping residents in shape, the state is fourth for fitness centers. It ranked sixth for arts, entertainment, and arts establishments.
Here are the top 10:
2019’s Most Fun States in America
We all define “fun” a bit differently. And hopefully the place in which we live caters to our personal ideas of entertainment. But that’s not always the case, which may drive people to live somewhere new.
There are certain states where fun is not just an option but also a way of life. These states offer such a variety of activities that everyone will be able to find something that excites them.
With pure enjoyment in mind, WalletHub compared the 50 states across 26 key indicators of a jolly good time that won’t break the bank. They range from movie costs to accessibility of national parks to casinos per capita. Scroll down for the winners, money-saving advice from a panel of experts and a full description of our methodology.
For a more local breakdown of the fun scene, check out WalletHub’s Most Fun Cities in America ranking.
Most Fun States to Visit in America
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