Often called “the last frontier”, Denali in central Alaska is really remote. You can visit this park only during the summer months.
This is another cold and remote offbeat destination. The snow-blanketed, jagged and glacier-sculpted peaks are going to tower dramatically over your head all the time.
Sleeping Bear Dunes is a mere five miles from Empire in Michigan. This 2,000 year old dune is along Lake Michigan. It was formed by wind coming in from the lake.
This is small town America at its best. It’s nothing flashy like the big cities, but it is beautiful nonetheless.
This is a 200 million year rock formation just outside Chattanooga. See the 90 foot waterfall, gardens, and the suspended bridge.
Between May and September, you can visit one of the largest limestone caverns in Northwest USA. This is within the oldest state park of Montana in Jefferson County.
You will rarely find a greener place in the US. This is also home of the world’s largest sycamore trees. It can be so relaxing to spend a few days in this green paradise.
This is Virginia’s heritage music trail. The trail takes you through hundreds of attractions, both modern and historic.
Perched on top of Lake Superior, the lighthouse was operational between 1910 and 1969.