The Adirondacks


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1. The Adirondacks (New York)
You’ll be surrounded by pine and balsam trees. Remote islands and secluded beaches are also available for those wanting to escape the busy city life.

devils garden

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2. Devils Garden ( Utah)
Marvel at nature’s wonders. It boasts more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches which give out an orange glow which is best viewed at sunrise.

Mount Desert Island

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3. Mount Desert Island (Maine)
Swimming holes, blueberries, hiking trails!


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4. Namakanipaio Campground (Hawaii)
Solidified lava rocks have made interesting formations. There are also trails that show the beautiful flowers of Hawaii.

Fool Hollow Lake

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5. Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area ( Arizona)
A great place for bird-watching, fishing, boating, and swimming.


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6. Rock Island State Park (Tennessee)
Situated near the waterfalls of The Caney Fork River Gorge. You can go kayaking, hiking, and skipping rocks.

Hot Springs National Park

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7. Hot Springs National Park (Arkansas)
This is America’s smallest national park. Their warm waters are well-known for their healing and relaxing effects.

Joshua Tree National Park

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8. Joshua Tree National Park (California)
The sunrise creates lovely tree silhouettes because of the twisted branches of the Joshua trees with prickly blossoms at the top.

Long Key State Park

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9. Long Key State Park (Florida)
Oceanside camping, kayaking, and snorkeling are just some of the activities that attract visitors here.

Ash Grove Mountain Cabins & Camping

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10. Ash Grove Mountain Cabins & Camping (North Carolina)
In winter, be on the lookout for the famous Brevard white squirrels as the snow camouflages them. But during summer, the main attraction is the natural Sliding Rock, which is a smooth rock waterfall slide that spans 60 feet.