There are so many beautiful places to see in the USA, but here is a list of 10 of those. Don’t forget your favorite Slick Lips flavor slicks
when you visit!
1. Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Split into two different sections (“The Crack” and “The Corkscrew”) the natural color and unique structure of this canyon is a must see.
2. Oneonta Gorge, Oregon
The Oneonta Gorge is in the Columbia River Gorge with a unique set of aquatic and woodland plants. Visitors can walk through the gorgeous creek covered in moss and ferns.
3. Bear Lake, Colorado
This beautiful Lake and scenic trail is in the Rocky Mountain National Park. A must see place for it’s tranquility and sheer beauty. Just pass the lake on the trail is a waterfall that you can sit and take in natural.
4. Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida
Only accessible by seaplane or ferry, this place is wonderful for snorkeling and seeing the amazing sea life. There is also the historic 1800’s Fort Jefferson there to explore and learn from.
5. Zion National Park, Utah
Located in southwestern Utah, this incredible 146,000-acre National Park is a popular destination for it’s natural beauty, and amazing hikes. The Zion Canyon is 15 miles long and a half-mile deep.
6. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming
Located in Yellowstone National Park, this natural pool of rainbow-like colors is the largest hot spring in the U.S. and the third largest in the world.
7. Carlsbad Caverns, New Mexico
Visitors can either take the natural entrance or choose to ride down the elevator 750 feet below ground. This National Park has more than 119 known caves, formed from limestone and sulfuric acid. The beautiful stalactite and stalagmite formations will leave you breathless.
8. Hamilton Pool, Texas
This large natural pool located west of Austin, off of Highway 71, is a marvel to look at. Created when the dome of an underground river collapsed, the Hamilton pool has a peaceful and beautiful nature.
9. Sequoia National Park, California
Sequoia National Park is known for giant sequoia trees. The park holds one of the largest trees in the world, the General Sherman Tree. It stands at 275 feet tall and is believed to be roughly 2,500 years old.
10. Smoky Mountains, North Carolina/Tennessee
This is America’s most visited national park, and is best known for its diversity of plant and animal life. The beauty of its ancient mountains, and the remnants of Southern Appalachian mountain culture alone make this a must see beautiful place this year.