10 Unique Places To Visit In The US

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Denali National Park, Alaska - You can only visit this park during the summer months.

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Glacier National Park, Montana - This is another cool and remote offbeat destination. Snow-capped, jagged and glacier-formed peaks will dramatically rise above your head at all times.

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Sleeping Bear Dunes, Michigan - Sleeping Bear Dunes is just five miles from Empire in Michigan. This 2,000-year-old mound is on the shores of Lake Michigan.

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Bastrop, Texas - It's America's best city. It doesn't have anything flashy like the big cities, but it's beautiful nonetheless.

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Rock City, Georgia - This is a 200-million-year-old rock formation just outside Chattanooga. Check out the 90-foot waterfall, gardens, and suspension bridge.

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Lewis and Clark Caverns, Montana - Between May and September, you can visit one of the largest limestone caves in the northwestern United States.

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The Wave, Arizona - Located in the Paria Canyon Wilderness of the northern Coyote Buttes area, The Wave is a spectacular sandstone formation.

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Simsbury, Connecticut - You probably won't find a greener place in America. It is also home to the largest sycamore trees in the world.

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Crooked Road: Virginia's Heritage Music Trail

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Split Rock Lighthouse State Park, Minnesota - Located at the top of Lake Superior, the lighthouse was operational between 1910 and 1969.

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