The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is free; there is no admission to drive through the park. It is also the most visited of all the national parks. When you drive up to the very top, to the Tennessee/North Carolina border, the air is clean and clear. The elevation is 5,600 feet and the views are the most amazing you will see. It is a free adventure that you cannot afford to miss.
The Low Country of South Carolina is a place with beautiful landscapes and amazing water views. If you have never seen a shrimp boat at work, you need to! You can see marsh lands full of tiny sea creatures and beautiful birds. There are palm trees swaying in the breeze and colorful native flowers to delight your eyes. There is an amazing sand beach at Hunting Island State Park if you care to take a dip in the Atlantic Ocean.
Yes, a bridge that was not built by humans because it is all natural. It is an historic landmark and something you should not pass up. This bridge was born out of an accident. A cavern collapsed and what remained looked like a bridge, thus the name ‘Natural Bridge. It is quite a tourist attraction and something you won’t find anyplace else. You can spend a few days there walking the beautiful and colorful trails in the area. Get a room at the hotel and visit the gift shop.
The spot that is frequented by tourists and newlyweds alike – Niagara Falls - is probably the loudest natural landscape you can ever visit. Millions of gallons of water flowing over the edge of the falls is mesmerizing. The falls is actually located on the USA/Canadian border. The beauty of the area and the amazing force of the water is captivating. Make sure to stay in Niagara, New York a few days and take in all of the scenery you can.
This river valley has been attracting visitors for many years. They flock there to see the majestic mountains and the amazing river valley. The colors are hard to describe, they need to be seen. Gas up the Chevy and head over to Arizona. If you plan on visiting be sure to take your camera, and make hotel reservations in advance.
Because the United States is such a large country, there are thousands of things to see and do. Most people stick to the major, world-famous sites, such as the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, or Disneyland. If you want a truly unique experience,...