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8 Not-So-Frequented Vacation Spots You Need to Visit When in America

You’ve probably been to the United States several times. You might have also been to the most popular tourist destinations, like the Statue of Liberty in New York, The Strip in Las Vegas or Yosemite in California. But these places are overrated. Here are some not-so-frequented vacation spots that are equally worthy of your time.

Sedona, Arizona – this is located south of Arizona and looks just as magical as the Grand Canyon. It’s known for its gorgeous red sandstone rock formations. It’s also perfect for biking, mountain climbing and hiking.

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Denali National Park & Preseve, AlaskaDenali is the best place to go to when in Alaska if you want to get up close and personal with wildlife. This 6-milion-acre park is where you’ll find wild animals roam unfenced areas.

Glacier National Park, Montana – also known as “America’s Switzerland,” this area is home to some of the loveliest mountains, lakes and meadows. Here, you can hike the 700 miles of trails or get on a Red Jummer bus or wooden boat.

The Outer Banks, North Carolina – this unadulterated place has stunning beaches and adorable small towns. There are also spectacular lighthouses to visit and explore.

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Rehoboth Beach, Delaware – this beach is the perfect destination for a family getaway. It has a fantastic temperature and great shopping outlets.

Asheville, North CarolinaAsheville has an interesting mix of hippie creativeness and the famous Southern charm. Aside from that, there are lots to see, including trails, swimming holes, mountains and the vibrant downtown area.

The Apostle Islands, Wisconsin – this area has a total of 21 islands and 12 miles of mainland. It has unique blend of nature and culture. You will enjoy activities such as hiking, paddling, sailing and cruising while here.

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The Ozarks, ArkansasThe Ozarks stretches across northern Arkansas and southwestern Missouri. Here, you’ll enjoy kayaking, camping and hiking. If you’re into fishing, then this is the perfect destination for you, as bass fishing is popular here.

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Photos by: Don GrahamBruce Tuten,  Mary Fairchild, and Doug Wertman

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