The Most and Least Fun States in America

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10. Pennsylvania
> Total score: 42.47
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 11th best
> Nightlife rank: 9th best
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $1.1 billion — 15th highest

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9. Minnesota
> Total score: 46.82
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 9th best
> Nightlife rank: 7th best
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $1.4 billion — 8th highest

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8. Texas
> Total score: 46.83
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 8th best
> Nightlife rank: 12th best
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $2.7 billion — 5th highest

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7. Washington
> Total score: 46.99
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 7th best
> Nightlife rank: 13th best
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $1.3 billion — 9th highest

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6. Colorado
> Total score: 49.14
> Entertainment & Recreation rank: 6th best
> Nightlife rank: 11th best
> Annual state spending on parks and recreation: $1.6 billion — 6th highest

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