As you travel the highways and byways of America on a late-summer road trip there are a number of places vying to get you to pay a visit.

But not every famous tourist spot is a winner. One person's 'must-see attraction' is another's 'tourist trap'.

According to BuzzFeed, a thread started by Reddit user u/EggsAndBeerKegs asked people to single out what they believed were the most overrated travel spots in the country.

One South Dakota destination made the list of 18.

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Wall Drug in western South Dakota has been around since the early 1930s, drawing in weary travelers with promises of free ice water, cheap doughnuts and coffee, and a whole host of offbeat items and exhibits.

But it's not everyone's cup of tea.

Here's one Reddit user's take on the iconic destination:

'Driving from Wisconsin you see Wall Drug billboards for hundreds of miles. As a kid we stopped there and it seemed like a massive place full of candy and toys. As an adult I stopped there with my wife (so she could experience it) and it was way smaller than I remember and full of crap you wouldn't want to buy.'

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Wall Drug isn't alone.

There are 17 other spots on BuzzFeed's list which includes some pretty heavy hitters:

  • Hollywood Boulevard - Holywood, California
  • Plymouth Rock - Plymouth, Massachusetts
  • Fountain of Youth - St. Augustine, Florida
  • UFO Museum - Roswell, New Mexico
  • Clearwater, Florida
  • Walt Disney World — Orlando, Florida
  • Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
  • Mike's Pastry - Boston, Massachusetts
  • Niagara Falls, New York
  • Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Gum Wall - Seattle, Washington
  • Bourbon Street - New Orleans, Louisana
  • Haight-Ashbury - San Francisco, California
  • Rockefeller Center Christmas - New York City
  • Atlantic City, New Jersey
  • Amish Country - Pennsylvania
  • Times Square - New York City

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