America is one of the most beautiful countries in the world. This country has too many amazing places that would probably take two lives to see all that it has to offer! If you need some inspiration to add to your America’s bucket list, read this post as we’ll talk about 10 hidden natural wonders in the United States.
Multnomah Falls, Oregon
As you can guess from its name, you want to visit Multnomah Falls because of its gorgeous waterfall. The best time to visit Multnomah Falls is early in the morning of a rainy day to have the whole place to yourself!
Denali National Park, Alaska
With tundra, forest, and glaciers, and amazing wildlife, Denali National Park is a must-see if you visit Alaska. People usually visit this place for its one of a kind vistas and Alaskan wildlife.
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Cowboys are in love with Jackson Hole because of its cowboy style landscapes and snowy peaks. It’s also one of the most sought-after (and dangerous) skiing peaks in the world.
The Florida Barrier Reef
Stretched from the Florida Keys to the Marquesa Keys, the Florida barrier reef is the third-largest coral barrier reef system in the world. More interesting than that is that it is the only living coral barrier reef in the Continental United States. More motivations needed to visit this American gem in Florida?
Lost River Cave, Kentucky
The history behind the Lost River Cave in Kentucky makes it interesting as it was where fugitive Jesse James hid out on his run from the law. Lost River Cave was where Native American tribes took shelter too.
Napali Coast, Kauai, HI
Unlike other Hawaiian places, Napali Coast isn’t accessible by car. You want to take the 11-mile Kalalau Trail into the heart of the wilderness park. Those steep, jagged green cliffs are a must-see if you ever visit Hawaii.
Devil’s Bridge Trailhead, Arizona
Do you think Grand Canyon in Arizona is amazing? Wait until you see the natural wonder of Devil’s Bridge! If you’re a good hiker, start packing right now to hike in Sedona and visit the breathtaking Devil’s Bridge Trailhead.
Bar Harbor, Maine
With 47,000-acre Acadia National Park, it doesn’t matter if you’re a beach lover or evergreen-capped mountains fan, or even a rocky coastlines person! Bar Harbor in Maine got it all!
Vieques, Puerto Rico
Located in the U.S. territory Puerto Rico, Vieques is a stunning island with hidden beaches and cute wild horses that come closer to tourists from time to time.
Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado
You don’t have to travel all the way to Dubai to experience being in a sand-filled desert. Great Sand Dunes national park in Colorado is calling you! You can do hiking, horseback riding, and even sandboarding there.
19 thoughts on “10 Hidden Natural Wonders in the United States”
On my Bucket List. Thanks for sharing.
Multnomah Falls is the only one I’ve been to. I climbed all the way to the top. Totally worth it.
Wow! Good for you.
Did you do it recently?
No… 2007. And I use the word “climbed” loosely, because there is a paved path to the top (although it’s steep, pretty much all switchbacks).
some amazing looking places on this list! thanks for sharing
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It’s so beautiful
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Beautiful places I’d wish to see someday 😍
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My pleasure 😊
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I’ve visited half of them, & they are indeed spectacular! 🌞
Wow! Good for you! Do you have any plans to visit the other half too?
Oh, I’d like to go everywhere and see everything! 🌞
I saw the coral reef in Florida when I was six! We saw it from a glass bottom boat and it was incredible! I just hope that reef is still healthy though
Wow! I can imagine how wonderful this experience was, especially for a 6 yrs old! 😍😊
It was incredible! Also because of that, I can’t stand hearing about coral reefs being bleached and dying. Although, climate change depresses me in general, but there are certain things about it I can’t hear about anymore because I saw some things that I hope will stay preserved, but they might not be 🙁