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There is no equal to “America’s Best Idea” - our National Parks and other public lands. From the wild, untamed forests and stunning scenery of Denali in Alaska to the craggy cliffs and majestic waterfalls of Yosemite, we are extraordinarily fortunate to have many of the most beautiful natural landscapes on earth right in our backyard, accessible to everyone. Whether you come for adventure, freedom, or fun, every awe-inspiring vista seen, dusty footprint tread, and star-lit night gazed into by the countless millions of travelers and explorers who come serves as another reason to love.

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Lake Powell
Lake Powell
Lake Powell is the second largest man-made lake in the United States, resting on the Colorado River cutting through the border of Utah and Arizona. The lake attracts around two million visitors each year, who come for its iconic landscape of sandstone arches, canyons and winding waterways, world-class watersports including waterskiing, wakeboarding, and kayaking, and perhaps most of all to see Rainbow Bridge Monument, a stunning geological wonder that happens to be the largest natural bridge in the world. While at the lake, visit other iconic sites such as Horseshoe Bend and Antelope Canyon.
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Yosemite
Yosemite
Yosemite is perhaps the most well-known National Park in the world. Its stunning granite cliffs, incredible biodiversity, glaciers, woodlands, and waterfalls attract over 4 million visitors each year. Nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, hikers, climbers, campers, and explorers of all kinds come to experience what might be America’s top natural wonder in a country teeming with beautiful and awe-inspiring landscapes.
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Zephyr Cove
Zephyr Cove
Lake Tahoe is a rare gem: an alpine wonderland, a summertime sanctuary and an all-seasons beauty. Nestled high in the Sierras on the border of California and Nevada, the pristine, high-visibility, famously “blue” waters of the lake serve as a breathtaking backdrop to swimming, boating, and hiking in the crisp pine-scented air. In the winter, Lake Tahoe transforms into a skiing holy grail, with some of the best slopes—and vistas—in the world.
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Olympic
Olympic
Consisting of several distinct ecosystems, from over 70 miles of rugged and beautiful pacific coastline and wild forests to glacier capped mountains and calm lakes, the Olympic National Park in the state of Washington boasts an incredibly diverse and wide range of natural wonder. Adventurers come to camp, canoe, hike, fish and explore. And it’s no surprise: designated by UNESCO as an International Biosphere Reserve and a World Heritage Site, this natural beauty is truly a wonder to explore.
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Mesa Verde
Mesa Verde
A recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site for its rich archaeological history, Mesa Verde (Spanish for “green table”) National Park is famous for the elaborate sandstone cliff dwellings that were built by the Ancestral Puebloans into alcoves in the canyon walls. The park protects over 5,000 sites and over 600 cliff dwellings that date back to more than 700 years and can be explored throughout the year. In addition, Mesa Verde has affordable camping options, lodging, dining, and hiking.
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Togwotee
Togwotee
The Grand Teton mountain range is breathtaking, and deserves a place on everybody’s lifetime travel bucket list. A winter and summer holiday destination for adventure and nature-enthusiasts of all ages, Grand Teton is teaming with diverse wildlife and backcountry trails, with some of the best backpacking, camping, and (in the winter) has world-class snowmobiling and cross country skiing.
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Asilomar
Asilomar
This California State Beach and National Marine Sanctuary on the Monterey Peninsula offers protected coastal dunes and inlets with thousands of species. Walk the unforgettable mile-long coastline trail and then explore the neighboring historic towns of Monterey and Carmel-by-the-Sea for a local shops, breweries and nightlife. For more marine life, head to the world-renowned Monterey Bay Aquarium, which boasts over 35,000 plants and animals.
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Denali
Denali
Known as the “Crown Jewel of the North”, Denali National Park is located in the heart of Alaska and includes over six million acres of protected and untamed wilderness. Designated in 1976 as an International Biosphere Reserve with its abundant wildlife, far-reaching forests, frozen tundra, and glacial lakes, Denali also lays claim to jaw dropping mountain peaks, including the tallest mountain in North America, Denali, whose peak reaches 20,310 feet.
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Glacier Bay
Glacier Bay
Just west of Juneau, Alaska and only accessible by boat or plane, Glacier Bay is a vast 3.3 million acre National Park and Preserve filled with jagged mountain landscapes, massive glaciers and fjords, incredible rainforest, and truly untouched wilderness. Come to hike through rainforests, kayak the calm bay waters, experience incredible glaciers, and see some of our continent’s most incredible scenery.
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Lake Mead
Lake Mead
With dramatic desert landscapes and vegetation surrounded by towering mountains, canyons and plateaus, Lake Mead, the largest reservoir in the United States, is a destination that should be on everybody’s bucket list. Its dark blue waters are home to fishing, boating, and kayaking, and the surrounding arid scenery provides the perfect panoramic backdrop to hiking.
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Kartchner Caverns
Kartchner Caverns
Discovered and explored for the first time in 1974, Kartchner Caverns is massive limestone cave in Arizona just miles outside Tucson where visitors can experience one of the rarer natural wonders on earth: caves. Kartchner Caverns is notable for having the world’s longest stalactite formation, over 21 feet, a natural rock column that is 58 feet tall, and the world’s largest collection of brushite moonmilk, a must see. The park also includes impressive hiking trails in the surrounding foothills, cabins, and campgrounds.
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Patagonia Lake
Patagonia Lake
Patagonia Lake is a popular southern Arizona local for lakeside activities such as boating, fishing, and bird-watching. The serene, unassuming landscape of rolling hills, the wildlife that inhabit the surroundings and the calm waters make Patagonia Lake State Park a hidden gem. Take a walk around the shoreline, unleash your inner angler by hooking the wild bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish, or trout, water ski, or just relax on the beach.

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