Sites About Individual States
This site was created by the Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel.
The official site of the State of Alabama.
The Alabama Travel Council gives details here on festivals, tourism
organizations and tours.
From the Alaska Travel Industry Association, details on exploring
and traveling through Alaska are given at this site.
The official site of the State of Alaska.
The official site of the Arizona Office of Tourism.
Arizona @ Your Service
The official site of the State of Arizona.
The official site of the State of Arkansas.
Arkansas the Natural State
The Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism gives details on
opportunities in their state for everything from camping and hiking
to discovering Civil War history.
Welcome to California
The official site of the State of California.
Colorado’s official site for travel and tourism, here one can locate recreation,
transportation, accommodations and attractions.
The official site of the State of Colorado.
The Connecticut Office of Tourism offers details on sights and activities.
State of Connecticut
The official site of the State of Connecticut.
The official site of the State of Delaware.
Created by the Delaware Tourism Office, the information here includes
Kid-Focused Attractions, and Kid-Friendly Events.
Visit Florida is created by the Official Tourism Marketing Corporation
for the State of Florida.
Welcome to Florida
The official site of the State of Florida.
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The official site of the State of Georgia.
This is the official website of the Georgia Department of Industry
Trade and Tourism.
The official site of the State of Hawaii.
A link at this site, created by the Hawaii Visitor’s and Convention
Bureau, can be found for school report information.
The official site of the State of Idaho.
Developed by the Idaho Department of Commerce, this is Idaho’s
Official State Travel Planner.
The official site of the State of Illinois.
This is the official tourism site for Illinois, created by the Illinois
Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.
The official site of the State of Indiana.
The Indiana Department of Commerce developed this site as the official
tourism site for Indiana.
The official site of the State of Iowa.
This official Iowa Tourism site was created by the Iowa Department
of Economic Development.
The official site of the State of Kansas.
The Kansas Department of Commerce and Housing is responsible for
this Kansas tourism site.
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The official site for the Kentucky Department of Travel.
The official site of the State of Kentucky.
Kentucky Tourism Council
The Kentucky Tourism Council created this site.
The official site of the State of Louisiana.
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This is the official web site of the Maine Office of Tourism.
The official site of the State of Maine.
The official site of Maryland Tourism.
The official site of the State of Maryland.
The official site of the State of Massachusetts.
This site was created by the Massachusetts Office for Travel and
The official site of the State of Michigan.
This is the official State of Michigan travel web site.
The official site of the State of Minnesota.
The Minnesota Office of Tourism created this site.
This official site of the State of Mississippi also includes the
link “Visiting Mississippi,” which leads to information
about Mississippi travel and tourism.
This is the official site of the Mississippi Division of Tourism.
It includes a link titled “I’m a Kid,” which
provides information useful for school reports.
The official site of the State of Missouri.
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The official site of the State of Montana.
The Montana Promotions Division of the State of Montana Department
of Commerce created this travel and tourism site.
The official site of the State of Nebraska.
The official site of the Nebraska Division of Travel and Tourism.
The Nevada Commission on Tourism created this site.
Welcome to Nevada
The official site of the State of Nevada.
The official site of the State of New Hampshire.
This site is provided by the New Hampshire Division of Travel and
The official site of the State of New Jersey.
The New Jersey Commerce & Economic Growth Commission created
The official website for the New Mexico Department of Tourism.
New Mexico and Be Enchanted
This page is from New Mexico's Cooperative Extension Service Project
- Rural Economic Development Through Tourism.
The official site for the State of New Mexico.
This site, created by the New York State Department of Economic
Development, includes a link under “Quick Info” for
“NYS for Kids.”
The official site for the State of New York.
The North Carolina Department of Commerce, Division of Tourism, Film, and Sports
Development created this site.
The official site for the State of North Carolina has a
link to a “Kid’s Page,” which includes information
about the state government.
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The official site for the State of North Dakota, where clicking
on the “About ND” button will take you to a “Kids’
The official website for the North Dakota Department of Commerce,
Tourism Division. Click on “Resource Center” to go to
the “State Facts and Figures” link.
OhioKids: History for Kids
The Ohio Historical Society presents information about Ohio helpful for state reports.
The Ohio Department of Development, Division of Travel and Tourism
created this site. A link to “Kid’s Stuff” includes
information helpful for state reports.
The official site for the State of Ohio.
The Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department has included an
“Info. Center” link at the top of this site, which leads
to a Student Guide link.
The official site for the State of Oklahoma.
The official site for the State of Oregon includes a link to “Oregon
Facts.” This will take you to information for “Kids
Only,” where school report information can be found.
The Oregon Tourism Commission created this official tourism site.
The official site for the State of Pennsylvania.
ExperiencePA.com is the official Travel and Tourism web site for the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania. The KIDS link on this page leads to state report information.
The Rhode Island Tourism Division created this site, which has links
to historical information and state symbols.
The official site for the State of South Carolina.
Created by the South Carolina Department of Parks, Recreation &
Tourism, a link to information for “Students” can be
found on this page.
The official site of the State of South Dakota.
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Created by the South Dakota Department of Tourism, this site includes
a link at the top of the page to the “Kid Zone.” Included
in the “Kid Zone” is information on “History &
Heritage, Parks & Monuments, and Events & Activities.”
The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development includes Tennessee
symbols and facts under the link titled “Fun Stuff.”
The official site of the State of Tennessee.
This official site of Texas tourism was created by Office of the
Governor, Economic Development and Tourism.
The official site of the State of Texas includes a “Kid’s
A joint publication produced by the Utah Travel Council and Utah.com
LC, this is the official travel site of the state of Utah.
Utah dot gov
The official site of the State of Utah.
The official site of the State of Vermont.
The Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing provides a link
to information for state reports at the “About Vermont”
The official site of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
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Created by the Virginia Tourism Corporation, this is the official
tourism website of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The link “Family
& Kids” leads to a “Kid’s Page” and
the “Virginia Fact Pack.”
The official site of the State of Washington includes the link,
“Get help with your homework,” which leads to a “Just
for Kids” page. Here are links to “Washington State
Facts” and “Washington State Symbols,” as well
as many other science, nature, geography, government and general
homework help sites.
Washington State Tourism - Department of Community, Trade and Economic
Development created this official site of Washington State tourism.
The official site of the State of West Virginia.
This is the official West Virginia tourism Web site, and was produced
by the West Virginia Division of Tourism.
The official site of the State of Wisconsin includes the link “Kids,”
which leads to a wide variety of information, games and other links
specifically designed for students.
The Wisconsin Department of Tourism created this site.
& Tourism in Wyoming
Developed by Wyoming Travel and Tourism, the link “For Kids”
includes a “Report Helper.” This can be downloaded and
provides valuable information for historical and state reports.
The link “Kids Page” is included for helpful homework
information on this official site of the State of Wyoming.
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