1. The blue-green waters of Supai, Arizona are a must see!
If you’re looking for an adventure, then Supai, Arizona should be on your US travel bucket list. This tiny village is located in the middle of the Grand Canyon and is only accessible by foot, pack animal, or helicopter. That means that travelers hike eight miles down from Hualapai Hilltop which might seem like a challenge, but one that is totally worth it! As soon as you catch sight of the beautiful towering waterfalls and refreshing pools of Havasu Creek, you’ll understand why the blue-green waters of Supai, Arizona are a must see!
Fun Fact: Supai is the only place in the United States where mail is still carried out by mules.
2. A Slice of Germany in Georgia
Helen, Georgia is named the Best Little German Town in America. With less than 500 residents and only 2.1 square miles, this Bavarian village is packed with history, charm and so much to do! The smells and sights will delight your senses as you feast on delicious German delicacies and walk down the cobblestone streets. Helen, Georgia is a must-see anytime of the year, but Oktoberfest is a popular tradition in Helen, creating one of the best celebrations of German culture anywhere in America.
3. Palaces of the past: Mesa Verde National Park
Are you a history and culture buff? Take a journey to the past and experience one of America’s oldest cultures at the Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado. You can explore thousands of archaeological sites and cliff dwellings as from the Pueblo people that date back to 600 CE. Whether you hike the trails on your own or take a guided tour, the views of this ancient civilization will leave you breathless!
4. Holland Michigan
If you’re from Wisconsin like us here at Fox, and looking for a local-ish adventure, Holland, Michigan is a must-see! Whether it’s the small-town charm or the sandy beaches, Holland has something for everyone. Dine along the waterfront or at a local café, hike to the top of a sand dune or climb to the top of a windmill. Not only that but Holland is filled with Dutch culture and tradition and is internationally known for its Tulip Time Festival in the Spring, a celebration of Dutch heritage!
Fun Fact: The Tulip Time Festival consists of more than 200,000 tulips in full bloom.
5. Boldt Castle, New York
When most people think of ancient castles, Germany may be the first destination that comes to mind. But you don’t need to travel to Europe to explore magnificent castles. As a matter of fact you don’t even have to leave the United States. The Boldt Castle located on Heart Island has legendary beauty that will leave you speechless. Whether you are looking for a weekend family adventure or a romantic getaway, the Boldt Castle in New York is a US travel must-see!
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