Description: Here are 50 of the most beautiful places you must see in each state.
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Here are 50 of the most beautiful places you must see in each state.
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Missouri: Onondaga Cave State Park descends into a world of wonder. The stalactite and stalagmite formations are simply spectacular.
Montana: Glacier National Park is a subrange of the Rocky Mountains. The park spans over one million acres.
Nebraska: Chimney Rock is located on the Oregon Trail Bayard, off U.S. Route 26. When you’re able to see it the magnificent rock formation it almost appears otherworldly.
Nevada: Valley of Fire State Park is the oldest and one of the largest States Park in the United States. The park has exquisite rock formations and 3000-year-old Native American petroglyphs.
New Hampshire: Lake Winnipesaukee is the biggest lake in New Hampshire and has 250 natural surrounding Islands. Winnipesaukee is a favorite vacationing lake offering a wide variety of leisure opportunities and splendid mountain views.
New Jersey: Cape May is located at the southernmost point of New Jersey. Visitors will find some interesting attractions in the area including an abandoned bunker on the beach.
New Mexico: Carlsbad Caverns National Park is home to Carlsbad Caverns and over 119 caves. Carlsbad Cavern is one of the largest caves in the world, offering a variety of "rooms".
New York: Niagara Falls is a collection of three falls that borders Ontario and New York. Remarkable in all seasons, the falls are even more captivating when irradiated at night.
North Carolina: Hanging Rock State Park is a portion of the Sauratown Mountain Range and is has five waterfalls plus the beautiful Lower Cascade Falls.
North Dakota: International Peace Garden is a garden that is dedicated to international peace between the United States and Canada: The inscription on a cairn in the garden reads "TO GOD IN HIS GLORY, we two nations dedicate this garden and pledge ourselves that as long as men shall live, we will not take up arms against one another."
Ohio: Hocking Hills State Park is located in Logan Ohio and has an ample of things to see and explore including lakes, falls, and caves.
Oklahoma: Chickasaw National Recreation Area is nestled in the foothills of the Arbuckle Mountains. A favorite spot is Travertine Creek. It maintains an average temperature of 65 degrees year-round and is a popular swimming hole in the hot, summer months.
Oregon: Crater Lake is the deepest lake in the U.S. and is too stunning for words.
Pennsylvania: Rickett Glen State Park is Pennsylvania’s most beloved state park. It has 24 waterfalls with ample of hiking opportunities.
Rhode Island: Block Island was named one of "The Last Great Places" by The Nature Conservatory. The Island is home to a vast diversity of wildlife and songbirds, and is stunningly scenic.
South Carolina: Caesar’s Head State Park is in Greenville County, South Carolina. The park boasts unbelievable panoramic sights of the surrounding scenery.
South Dakota: Badlands National Park is the most enchanting place in South Dakota, it was a draw between it and Mt. Rushmore.
Tennessee: The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is located in Tennessee and besides the clear striking views, it boasts wildlife, lush forests, amongst wildflowers.
Texas: Santa Elena Canyon & Big Bend State Park is an unforgettable desert paradise in Texas. The place pictured is Santa Elena Canyon, which is a remarkable must-see feature of the park.
Utah: Zion National Park is Utah’s most popular state park and located in the southern part of the state. Zion offers plenty of hiking and wildlife-watching.
Vermont: Lake Champlain is a large, strikingly beautiful lake in Vermont. The lake boasts with beautiful reflective water and some stunning islands.
Virginia: Shenandoah National Park is a section of the Blue Ridge Mountain range. The park landscapes peaks, waterfalls, and the popular Skyline Drive scenic route. It will really help you to understand the phrase “Virginia is for Lovers.”
Washington: Cape Flattery is near the northernmost Washington coast, in Clallam County. The rock features, greenery, and ocean views are undeniably dreamlike.
West Virginia: Blackwater Falls State Park is a favorite spot in West Virginia. The best time to visit is in the fall when the trees change colors.
Wisconsin: Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is home to some undeniably enchanting ice caves, natural structures decorated with crystalline icicles.
Wyoming: Yellowstone National Park is simply out-of-this-world stunningly beautiful.