U.S. - American Rivers cruise ports

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New Orleans is world famous for its crowd-pleasing parades and parties. Here, every day is an eating event featuring the best food in the world. From haute cuisine to hominy grits there are flavors of every taste. Witness living history in the fabulous French Quarter and shop in one-of-a-kind boutiques. Tour a world class zoo and aquarium, or just glide across the water on a paddlewheel boat.

Cruises to New Orleans, Louisiana
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Although Mobile is one of the oldest port cities in America, new sights and experiences are awaiting around every corner. Mobile's inviting climate and ideal geographic location allow visitors to enjoy a wide spectrum of activities. Visitors enjoy white-sand beaches, great golf venues, historic homes, museums and attractions for the entire family steeped in the South's rich heritage.

Cruises to Mobile, Alabama
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As the oldest American settlement west of the Rockies, Astoria offers a rich history for exploration. It was first visited by Captain Robert Gray in 1792, and by the Lewis & Clark Corps of Discovery in 1805. Within a 20 mile radius, one can see dozens of exciting attractions including Fort Clatsop National Memorial, Fort Stevens State Park, Fort Astoria, and the Columbia River Maritime Museum.

Cruises to Astoria, Oregon
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Thousands of visitors come to Clarkston each year to experience the rugged beauty of Hell's Canyon, North America's deepest gorge. While they are there, they find the year round mild climate great for golf and many other activities. Hunting, fishing, whitewater rafting, and miles of hiking and biking trails ensure a good time for any outdoor enthusiast.

Cruises to Clarkston, Washington
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Memphis is the center of Tennessee culture with hundreds of museums, parks, restaurants, shops, and hotels all within walking distance. Home of Elvis Presley and the birth place of the blues, Memphis hosts the International BBQ Cooking Contest at the Memphis in May festival. And no trip would be complete without a visit to Beale Street where you can hear some of the best blues bands anywhere.

Cruises to Memphis, Tennessee
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Experience the relaxed atmosphere and friendly people of lovely Vicksburg, Mississippi. National Military Park captures a piece of American history and local Cajun restaurants await your arrival with cuisine as rich and as varied as the community. Riverboats docked along the "Mighty Mississippi" provide excitement with games of chance, and an incredible view of "Ole Man River".

Cruises to Vicksburg, Mississippi