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15 Breathtaking Places Right Here in the USA

Posted On: April 11, 2018

Are you looking for an incredible destination to go RVing to right here in the U.S.? You don’t have to leave the United States to find jaw-dropping destinations. These places will leave you feeling like you’ve traveled to exotic places while also allowing you to take your home on wheels with you.

 

Yosemite Valley, California

 

When most people think of California, they think of big cities and lots of people. However, Yosemite Valley is filled with the most beautiful, natural landscapes. This valley is 8 miles of glaciers and granite summits.

 

Bryce Canton, Utah

 

This is an incredible rock formation that will leave you breathless. While most people think the Grand Canyon is the best rock formation, this one’s a close tie!

 

Mendenhall Glacier Caves, Alaska

 

If you like glaciers and caves, this vacation is a MUST. These unbelievable caves are in a 12-mile glacier and will leave you feeling like you’ve visited Antarctica.

 

The Narrows in Zion National Park, Utah

 

The scenery is stunning with thousand-foot walls that narrow the width of the river. There are accessible paths that allow you to see these incredible Narrows. For an even greater view and experience, get your feet wet and hike up the river!

 

 The Subway in Zion National Park, Utah

 

The Subway in Zion National Park literally looks like a subway tunnel. There are two ways to access this tunnel: One is an adventurous hike; the second way is a less complicated hike that uses the Left Fork Trailhead.

 

Glacier National Park, Montana

 

The mountains in Glacier National Park are considered a treasure. These mountains take up over a million acres of terrain. There’s nothing better than hiking in this park and enjoying its stunning beauty.

 

Oneonta Gorge, Oregon

 

This gorge is filled with a vast range of various ferns and mosses. While touring this exotic gorge, located in the Columbia River Gorge, you’ll feel as if you have traveled to a South American jungle.

 

 Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan

 

You don’t have travel far to witness some of the worlds most unique rock formations. Pictured Rocks was America’s first National Lakeshore and we can see why! Towering sandstone cliffs, pristine beaches, and almost 100 miles of trails bring visitors from all over to explore this lakeshore every year.

 

Savannah, Georgia

 

The Spanish moss trees found here are considered a wonderland straight out of a novel. If you’re feeling nostalgic, visit Savannah and take in the antebellum architecture, cobblestone squares, and southern charm this city has to offer.

 

 Thor’s Well, Oregon

 

This huge, saltwater sinkhole will have you wondering if it’s swallowing the ocean! Its beauty is indescribable. If you visit an hour before high tide or during a storm, you’ll receive the best views and experience. Just don’t get too close!

 

Haiku Stairs of Oahu, Hawaii

 

While this stairway is closed to the public due to landslides, many break the rules to catch a glimpse at the “Stairway to Heaven”. This 3,922 step trail has amazing views of Kaneohe and Kaneohe Bay, and leaves you wondering if you’re really in a South America country instead of the U.S.

 

Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming

 

This hot spring is known as the third largest in the world, the largest in the United States, and it’s in Yellowstone National Park. It’s the most photographed thermal feature in the park because of it’s crazy-bright colors and enormous size.

 

Badlands National Park, South Dakota

 

The mountains found here are mesmerizing and will remind you of the Grand Canyon. With its dramatic landscape, view layered rock formations, steep canyons, and towering spires.

 

Arches National Park, Utah

 

These interesting arches appear to defy gravity. With multiple scattered throughout the park, there are many breathtaking views to take in.

 

Crater Lake, Oregon

 

This is the deepest lake in the U.S. It was formed by a collapsed volcano and filled by rain and snow. Getting a pleasant view of the lake may be difficult though due to low laying clouds.

 

 

Pick a breathtaking destination this summer, pack up the RV, and take your family on a trip they’ll never forget!

 

Information was found at lostwaldo.com.

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