We may not think about it often, but the United States is a vast country ready for us to explore. We are so fortunate to have such incredible landscapes right outside our doors.
From redwood forests in Northern California to the deserts and canyons of Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. Our country is home to natural wonders that people around the world travel to that we overlook or forget about. Have you seen Niagara Falls in person? Have you explored Mammoth Caves in Kentucky? Have you explored the lesser-known parks, beaches, and landmarks that are a quick drive away from you?
Click here for a recent podcast I hosted with a 50-year native of Napa Valley. We discuss insider tips and experiences when traveling to this famous region.
I admit: I don’t always think about these places as my first vacation idea either, but remember that any change of pace and scenery is a wonderful thing. There are many places in this country rich with history and beauty that I haven’t had the chance to visit. I’d love to help you cross those states and landmarks off your travel list.
The following are a few ways you can learn some fun facts about the U.S.A. and find inspiration for your next U.S. trip!
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