Oregon Caves National Monument This cave isn't just beautiful but also home to an unusual glowing worm referred to as an "Oregon cave amphipod."
The Wave, Arizona: The vibrant sandstone patterns here are so unique that just 20 people are allowed every day.
Cumberland Island, Georgia: The pristine wildland is the home of wild horses that descend from Spanish Explorers' stock.
Crater Lake Oregon Crater Lake, Oregon, the distinction of being the deepest lake in the United States, was formed within a collapsed volcanic crater.
Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Colorado: The Painted Wall This is among Colorado's tallest vertical cliffs, extending over 2,250 feet.
Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida: Home to Fort Jefferson, it's also the most remote from a city center in the continental United States.
Antelope Canyon, Arizona: Upper Antelope Canyon is known as the "place where the flow of water is amidst rock formations," beautiful slot canyon.
Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado: The towering dunes in Colorado are the tallest dunes in North America and have a unique, mystical beauty.
Big Sur, California Big Sur, California McWay Falls in this area plunges down the beach and then into the Pacific Ocean in a mesmerizing spectacle.
Havasu Falls, Arizona The clear lakes that flow from Havasu Creek form a striking contrast to the red rock surrounding.