1. La Push, Washington
A great place for whale-watching. Home to the Quileute Tribe.
2. Apostle Islands, Wisconsin
You can go island hopping, explore sea caves, and look at the lighthouses.
3. Santa Barbara, California
The “American Riviera” has the Mediterranean climate. You can enjoy their wonderful beaches downtown and their Spanish architecture.
4. Asheville, North Carolina
Among the cities in Western North Carolina, this is the biggest. Swimming holes, mountains, great music, are only a few attractions of Asheville that beckons to tourists.
5. St. Augustine, Florida
Since this is the oldest European settlement in the US which is continuously occupied, it is bursting with wonderful architecture and rich cultural influences.
6. Glacier National Park, Montana
This place has a lot of historical landmarks. Approximately 350 locations are on the National Register of Historic Places.
7. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan
Marvel at the colorful sandstone cliffs, arches, and various rock formations.
8. Denali National Park & Preserve, Alaska
Over 7 million acres of land. You can go snowmachining, cross-country skiing, and dog-sledding here during winter.
9. Sedona, Arizona
The city’s red sandstone formations are breath-taking. People come from all over the world for spiritual journeys, and to explore the mountains.
10. Mackinac Island, Michigan
You can get around on foot, horseback, or on a bicycle because the use of motor vehicles is not allowed on the island. Of course there are certain exceptions but they revolve mainly around medical purposes. Get ready for a fudge overload as this is one of the island’s main attractions. Their fudge is created in the traditional way on cold slabs of marble.