The United States has more than 7,500 natural wonders, including the Grand Canyon, the Grand Tetons, the Great Smoky Mountains, the Appalachian Mountains, and more.
Here are a few of our favorites.
#1: The Grand Canyon The Grand Teton National Park in Tennessee has been the site of countless incredible finds.
Visitors to this park are treated to the sight of thousands of tiny sandstone boulders, sandstone cliffs, and the Grand Teton Falls.
In addition to its natural wonders and the grandeur of its surroundings, this area also has an abundance of hiking trails and camping options.
#2: The Great Smokies The Smoky Mountain National Park has an impressive list of natural wonders.
Located in the southern part of the U to the Tennessee border, the Smokie Mountain National Recreation Area has more nature than anywhere else in the country.
The Smokys mountains offer spectacular views of the Great Lakes and surrounding landscape, with spectacular peaks like the Big Horn and the Mount Baker.
It is also home to some of the most unique wildlife in the world, including bald eagles, bald eels, the rare American black bear, and even the rare and elusive blue-tailed deer.
#3: The Appalachian Mountains The Appalachian National Forest (ANF) is a national park located in the state of Tennessee.
It covers nearly 1.8 million acres in the Appalachian Mountain region, including many of the state’s most scenic, beautiful, and rugged wilderness areas.
#4: The Rocky Mountains There are only four mountains in the contiguous United States, which is why we are all familiar with these incredible places.
The first is Mount Rainier, which has a total of 1,858,541 acres.
The second is Mount Jefferson, which covers 3,839,917 acres.
Finally, the third is Mount McKinley, which sits at 2,737,977 acres.
All four of these mountains are beautiful in their own right, but they all share a common bond, which means that we all need to visit them.
#5: The Arctic Ocean Located between Canada and Greenland, the Arctic Ocean is home to a large and diverse diversity of marine life.
These creatures can live in the water, on land, and on the ice.
The Arctic also contains some of America’s most spectacular and beautiful ice formations.
In fact, some of its most beautiful ice is formed by the interaction of sea ice with icebergs and the ocean floor.
#6: The Gulf of Mexico The Gulf is a large body of water in the Gulf of California.
The Gulf reaches its highest point at a depth of 3,000 feet, and its largest bay at an area of 5,500 square miles.
This area is home the nation’s largest inland freshwater fishery, which produces over two billion pounds of seafood annually.
The waters of the Gulf are so salty that even the most well-intentioned fishermen can be shocked by the amount of water they can catch.
#7: The Panama Canal The Panama Highway, which runs along the Caribbean coast, is the busiest shipping route in the United States.
The canal is also the world’s busiest maritime crossing, connecting Mexico and the Caribbean islands of Panama.
The Panama Railroad has been built to connect these islands with the rest of the world for centuries.
#8: The Chesapeake Bay The Cheshire River in Virginia, which flows into the Chesapeake, is also a natural wonder.
The river, which stretches from Maryland to the East Coast, is home for many wildlife species.
A number of wildlife species live in its banks, including sea lions, walruses, dolphins, turtles, and seals.
#9: The Mississippi River The Mississippi is a navigable river that runs through the southeastern United States and flows into Texas.
In the state, it flows through a number of beautiful communities, including Rockbridge, the home of the famed Rockbridge Amphitheater.
The Mississippi also has some of those most iconic and iconic landmarks, including The Mississippi, Mississippi State Capitol, and Liberty Bell.
#10: The White House The White Star Line, a line of ships that began as the Mississippi River and was named for the first person to sail the Mississippi in 1820, travels from the Mississippi to New York.
It carries the flag of the United Kingdom, and also serves as a stop on the American Airlines Blue and Gold Line.
#11: The Alaskan Islands The Alchohol Bay is located in Alaska and is home not only to the world-famous Alaskans Alaskanas famous Alaskanan islands, but also the stunning Pacific Ocean.
This is where the Alaskas climate, wildlife, and culture come together to create an incredibly beautiful environment for wildlife.
#12: The Bermuda Triangle The Bermuda triangle is an artificial island made up of two overlapping islands, known as the Three Sisters.
The three sisters, also known as Tuckah