You can also ride to Hell (Michigan) and, if you go in the winter, you might actually see Hell freeze over. Other devilish places to visit include Hellhole Palms (California), Hell Hollow (New Hampshire), and Satans Kingdom (Vermont).
If naughty is more your style, there are places with very suggestive names which can provide tons of fun such as Desire (Pennsylvania), Hooker (Oklahoma), Intercourse (Pennsylvania), Climax (Georgia), and Conception (Missouri). After all that, you may need to visit Embarrass (Wisconsin).
There are towns named for animals that love the water such as Alligator (Mississippi) and amphibians like Toad Suck (Arkansas). Birds are well represented with Turkey Scratch (Arkansas), Pigeon (Michigan), Quail (Texas), Cuckoo (Virginia), and Spread Eagle (Wisconsin).
There are towns with creepy animal names that might make one think twice before stopping for a picture at the town limit sign. Towns such as Deadhorse (Alaska), Worms (Nebraska), and Tick Bite (North Carolina) may not attract the same visitors that perhaps a Butterfly (Kentucky), Cat Elbow Corner (New York), or even Dragon (Mississippi).
Other places to look for on motorcycle travels east of the Mississippi River are Eclectic (Alabama), Two Egg (Florida), Enigma (Georgia), Metropolis (Illinois), Gnaw Bone (Indiana), Oven Fork (Kentucky), Sandwich (Massachusetts), Gay (Michigan), Hot Coffee (Mississippi), Loveladies (New Jersey), Whynot (North Carolina), Knockemstiff (Ohio), Eighty Four (Pennsylvania), Round O (South Carolina), Nameless (Tennessee), Fries (Virginia), Looneyville (West Virginia), and Imalone (Wisconsin).
If motorcycle riding west of the Mississippi River, check out the towns of Surprise (Arizona), Romance (Arkansas), Teakettle Junction (California), Hygiene (Colorado), Gravity (Iowa), Waterproof (Louisiana), Sleepy Eye (Minnesota), Tightwad (Missouri), Hungry Horse (Montana), Colon (Nebraska), Truth or Consequences (New Mexico), Zap (North Dakota), Bowlegs (Oklahoma), Boring (Oregon), Ideal (South Dakota), Uncertain (Texas), Humptulips (Washington), and Ten Sleep (Wyoming).
So have fun with your motorcycle travels and don’t forget to take some pictures of these and other towns in the United States. Also use the comment section below to share the uniquely named towns you have encountered in your travels.