This national park is home to the tallest sand dunes in North America, reaching up to 750 feet high. It also offers diverse landscapes, including grasslands, wetlands, and alpine forests.
Located in Lake Superior, the Apostle Islands boast stunning sea caves, pristine beaches, and unique rock formations, making it a haven for kayakers, hikers, and nature enthusiasts.
Formed by the collapse of a volcano, Crater Lake is known for its deep blue color and crystal-clear waters. It offers fantastic hiking trails and scenic viewpoints.
This charming town in northern New Mexico is known for its rich Native American and Hispanic heritage, as well as its thriving art community.
The largest tropical wilderness in the United States, the Everglades is a unique and diverse ecosystem that supports a wide variety of plant and animal life.
Offering a surprising landscape of lush forests, waterfalls, and rock formations, Hocking Hills State Park is a tranquil getaway in the heart of Ohio.
This national park is a paradise for nature lovers, with its temperate rainforests, rugged coastline, and snow-capped mountains.
Often overshadowed by its neighboring island, Vieques, Culebra is an unspoiled paradise with beautiful beaches and vibrant marine life, perfect for snorkeling and diving.
Known for its stunning red rock formations and spiritual energy, Sedona is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, artists, and those seeking relaxation.
This car-free island in Lake Huron offers a step back in time with its well-preserved Victorian architecture and horse-drawn carriages.