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50 Places You Should See In Each US State

From stunning valleys to canyons and famous landmarks, there are plenty of places to visit in each state, and here are 50 most scenic locations for each of them. While not many could argue that the travel destinations aren’t beautiful, the final judgment is, of course, subjective.

1. Sand Harbor Island, Lake Tahoe, Nevada


2. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming

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3. Glacier Bay National Park And Preserve, Alaska

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4. Monument Rocks, Kansas

5. Angel Oak, South Carolina

This spectacular tree is located on Johns Island near Charleston, South Carolina. Angel Oak is around  66.5 ft (20 m) tall, measures 28 ft (8.5 m) in circumference and produces shade that is about 17,200 square feet (1,600 m2) wide. The Southern live oak  is estimated to be 400-500 years old. Don’t forget to grab a picnic basket or a book and enjoy a peaceful afternoon by the tree!

6. Old Man’s Cave, Ohio

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7. Horseshoe Bend, Arizona


8. Glacier National Park, Montana

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9. Swimming in Enfield Falls in Ithaca, New York

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10. Skagit Valley, Washington


11. Thor’s Well At Cape Perpetua, Oregon

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12. White Sands National Monument, New Mexico

13. Yosemite Valley, California

14. New River Gorge Bridge, West Virginia


15. Nā Pali Coast State Park, Hawaii

16. Acadia National Park, Maine

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17. Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia


18. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Michigan

19. Apostle Islands Caves, Wisconsin

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20. Tallulah Gorge State Park, Georgia

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21. Bridal Veil Falls at Pikes Peak State Park – frozen over! Iowa

22. Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire

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23. Zion National Park, Utah


24. Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Idaho

25. Turner Falls, Oklahoma


26. Badlands National Park, South Dakota


27. French Quarter In New Orleans, Louisiana


28. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky

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29. Pikes Peak, Colorado

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30. Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site, Illinois


31. Delaware Water Gap, Pennsylvania

32. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

33. Outer Banks, North Carolina


34. Brown County State Park, Indiana

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35. Beavertail Lighthouse, Rhode Island


36. Big Bend National Park, Texas

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37. Cape Henlopen State Park, Delaware


38. Cape May, New Jersey


39. Ladew Topiary Gardens, Maryland

Located in Monkton, Maryland, Ladew Topiary Gardens are a 22 acre (8.9 ha) nonprofit gardens that feature many creative topiary. The gardens were established in the 30s by Harvey S. Ladew, who enjoyed fox hunting. Thus, many topiaries depict a fox hunt with horses, riders, dogs, as well as a selection of other animals. The gardens are open from April to October.

40. Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota


41. Lake Willoughby, Vermont

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42. Everglades National Park, Florida


43. The Tower Grove House, Garden and Maze at the Missouri Botanical Gardens, Missouri


44. The Berkshires, Massachusetts

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45. Scotts Bluff National Monument, Nebraska

46. Gillette Castle State Park, Connecticut

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47. Tettegouche State Park, Minnesota

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48. Whitaker Point (Hawksbill Crag), Arkansas

49. Windsor Ruins, Mississippi

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50. Lake Guntersville, Alabama

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