Car-free cities in the U.S

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Car-free zones for people are becoming more common in US cities, but certain towns and islands have been off-limits to cars for a long time.

Two nautical miles away from the point where the Cape Fear River and Atlantic Ocean meet is Bald Head Island, a loggerhead turtle breeding area.

Bald Head Island

The world's biggest outdoor living history museum, Colonial Williamsburg, which is car-free, allows visitors to travel back in time.

Colonial Williamsburg

Daufuskie Island, which lies one mile away from Hilton Head Island across Calibogue Sound, is situated halfway between Hilton Head Island and Savannah, Georgia.

Daufuskie Island

Since the island has no paved roads and only uses cars for emergency and government services, you can't truly drive there.

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The 172-acre, car-free Governors Island is located in the middle of New York Harbor, about 800 yards from lower Manhattan. 

Governors Island

Halibut Cove is tucked inside Kachemak Bay State Park, the first state park in Alaska, and is surrounded by the 400,000 acres of the park's rocky terrain.

Halibut Cove

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