RVs - 10 Places to See in the U.S.
Commonly referred to as the country’s first sunrise, this national park is situated on the easternmost edge of the United States, which literally is the place where visitors go to watch the sunrise, before the rest of the country.
Arches National Park has more than 2,000 sandstone arches, with some odd-looking formations, which provide the perfect background for family photos. The unique landscape in this park, boasts textures unlike any other place in the world, due to the exposing of the formations for millions of years.
With more than a million visitors each year, the beaches in this park are just a few of the most scenic ones in South Carolina. The RV campground is located very close to the beach, where it’s possible to park in the shade beneath the tress, yet still, have a great view of the ocean.
The exquisite color of the Gulf of Mexico ocean waters and white sand can be appreciated from Miramar Beach in Florida. Also known as a tourist hot spot, visitors can also shop and dine in the various commercial establishments in the area.
The Grand Canyon is known as one of the most scenic panoramas in the U.S. This national park covers an area of 1,900 square feet in the state of Arizona. Originally formed by the Colorado River millions of years ago, this scenic point is home to 70 mammal species, 250 bird species, 25 types of reptiles, and 5 amphibian species.
Since beautiful beaches are always in demand, another known destination is Gulf State Park in Alabama. With 2 spacious beaches, this park is an attraction for many travelers and even offers 496 sites in its RV campground. Campgrounds also offer activities like fishing, boating, or swimming in a 900-acre lake.
The monumental waterfalls in Niagara Falls give visitors lots to admire about. Their scenic points can be enjoyed from either the U.S. border or the Canadian border. With various RV campsites nearby, visiting this tourist area does not have to be complicated.
To taste a little bit of American history, the fascinating Historic Triangle educates visitors about decisive figures and events during the establishment of the United States. The three points of the triangles consist of three historic colonial communities including Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg, and Yorktown.
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