These Nature Photos Prove America Is Amazingly Beautiful!

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The nature in our country is truly breathtaking. No matter your destination, the beauty of the natural landscapes will never fail to amaze you. In the U.S., there are several unique places where you can find your peace and relaxation.

You won’t even believe that these AMAZING spots are located in the United States. No matter what you’re looking for, a hike, a place for a vacation, or just relaxing, these pictures will win your heart and soul.

Scroll down to see how nature will make you fall in love all over again with America.

P.S: You will be shocked to learn where number 6 is located!

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1. Bellingrath Gardens and Home 

This little piece of heaven is located in Alabama at the Bellingrath Gardens and Home. Come here and enjoy a little peace and quiet, have a picnic, or just admire all the nature that’s surrounding you.

The great red arched bridge is a wonderful piece that blends harmoniously with the natural landscape that’s surrounding it. If you happen to pass through Mobile, you shouldn’t miss this garden.

It was opened back in 1932 and it was the historic home of Walter and Bessie Bellingrath.

Fun fact: The garden is actually located on the 65-acre property of Walter Bellingrath, one of the first Coca-Cola bottlers in the Southeast.

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2. Napa Valley 

California is filled with natural beauty. And one of the most perfect spots in the whole state where you can truly appreciate it is, without a doubt, Napa Valley.

Napa Valley is the ultimate dream for everyone, American or not. Surround yourself with vineyards, good wine, and a serene atmosphere until the sun goes down. Napa Valley is the best place for a spontaneous getaway.

Treat yourself with one weekend here, get familiar with the nature that makes the whole valley simply mesmerizing.

For more great vineyard locations around the U.S. check this out: 11 Best Vineyards Around the US

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3. Hawaii

Hawaii is famous for its tropical beaches, breathtaking views, and unique island culture. For those of you who find peace and relaxation in a vacation to the seaside, Hawaii is the heaven of all heavens.

Go for a swim, scuba dive with the fish, get the perfect Hawaiian tan, and simply enjoy life while you’re there. The landscapes it has to offer are our country’s pride. The way the mountains blend with the sandy white beaches and the waves crashing into the shore creates a surreal environment.

Enjoy perfect sunsets among the palm trees and splashy waves.

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4. Price Lake

Located in the western part of North Carolina, Price Lake, as seen in the picture above is a colorful, quiet landscape. There are lots of activities that you can do here and have the time of your life. You can rent a boat, camp under the stars, go for a swim in the lake and take a hike among the trees.

This incredible view is like nothing we’ve seen anywhere else. It proves without a doubt in mind that America has it all. Attractive beaches, wild forests, tall and proud mountains and so much more.

Add Price Lake to your bucket list of destinations and you will not regret it one bit!

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5. Turnip Rock

Turnip Rock is situated in Michigan. To be more exact, it’s just off the shore of Lake Huron. This island or rock, whatever you like to call it, is the result of thousands of years of erosions caused by storm waves.

We’re not going to lie, its uniqueness is beautiful even though it’s a result of natural destruction. You can only reach this point by boat or kayaking, but the view is totally worth the effort. While you’re at it make sure you catch the sun going down for an absolutely astonishing view.

We highly recommend going there kayaking and enjoying the landscape and the quiet which surrounds the area, it’ll do wonders for your mental health and relaxation.

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6. Split Rock Lighthouse

The Split Rock Lighthouse is smaller than the average lighthouses across the U.S., But it’s also considered one of the most picturesque lighthouses in the country. It’s right above Lake Superior, in Minnesota.

It was built back in 1910 in response to the tremendous loss of ships during the Mataafa Storm, where almost 30 ships were damaged or got lost. You can easily visit the interior of this historic building.

Outside the lighthouse, you can admire the whole view of Lake Superior. The ideal time to visit would be during the spring when the weather is nice and so are the sunsets.

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7. Yellowstone National Park

Montana is the best place you can go if you’re looking for hiking, seeing bison, admiring the perfect mountain landscape, or simply getting lost in the wilderness. But the state’s best asset is Yellowstone National Park.

As seen in the picture above, the park looks like it’s out of this world. There are wild animals walking freely in this park and if you’re in luck, you can even catch a glimpse of this incredible wilderness. It’s also known for its geothermal features, one of the most popular being the Old Faithful geyser.

Yellowstone is the definition of Mother Nature.

Fun fact: Yellowstone was the first national park in the world

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8. Chimney Rock National Historic Site 

Located in Nebraska, the Chimney Rock National Historic Site is, just like the other locations, is a one of a kind type of place surrounded by nature. The Chimney Rock itself is a geological rock formation rising nearly 300 feet high.

Hikers will be delighted to learn that there’s a trail along the north side of the rock. The site itself was designed in the late ’50s and it’s operated by History Nebraska. In the beginning, the rock was bigger but due to erosion, lightning, and other factors, it was reduced.

Fun fact: There was even a small town once named Chimney Rock that was placed near the base of the rock formation. 

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9. Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge

The Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge is located in Oklahoma, near Lawton. It’s been protecting important and unique wildlife specimens since the beginning of the 1900s. It’s a quiet and undisturbed place with mixed-grass prairie which makes it the perfect conservation area.

There are over 240 bird species, 30 species of fish, and over 50 types of mammals. If you’re lucky enough you can see the wild animals living their best and unbothered life. Looking at the photo displayed above, we wish we could’ve lived there as well.

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10. Mount Rainier National Park

I believe that having so many parks full of nature is the best asset the U.S. can have. Mount Rainier National Park is located in Washington and it’s a must for all travelers. Hikers will love this place and have the best time of their lives wandering on these magnificent trails.

Taking a trip to this wonderful place will be the best thing for your mind, soul, and body. Just like the rest of the previously mentioned destinations.

What did you think about all of these picturesque locations? Have YOU been to any of them? Make sure to leave a comment below to let us know if we missed YOUR favorite amazingly beautiful spots!

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