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Website that lists areas within a 50/100/250 mile radius of a location?

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I figure something like this must exist--or it should!

Does anyone know of a website that lists or lets you "draw" a radius of a certain distance and would list or show all the areas included?

For example, If I start with New York City, It would show cities/town within 50 miles (say Cold Spring, north of the city) and up to about 250 miles (which would include DC and Boston).
Hotwire lets you do something like this when looking for a hotel (It's under a link that says "local trips" or something like that) but I'm looking for something I can use on it's own, and that isn't limited to big cities.
It would be handy for daytrips, overnight trips, looking for alternative airports, stops along the way for road trips etc.

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