Abandoned stilt homes in Biscayne Bay, accessible by boat, with a history of wild parties and resilience through hurricanes.
Hand-built castle on the Little Miami River by Sir Harry Andrews, a World War I medic and founder of the Knights of the Golden Trail, offering tours and maintained by the KOGT.
Newest U.S. national park featuring 275 square miles of gypsum sand dunes in the Tularosa Basin, offering various activities like sledding and scenic drives.
National Natural Landmark in Colorado Springs with stunning 300-foot red sandstone formations, offering tours and outdoor activities amid picturesque landscapes.
"Biggest Little Town" in Southeast Minnesota, nestled in Bluff Country, known for the Harmony-Preston Valley Trail System, birdwatching, and Amish community.
First U.S. national preserve, protecting the Big Cypress Swamp, offering diverse outdoor activities like biking, kayaking, and swamp buggy tours.
Abandoned City Hall Subway Station in Manhattan, designed in 1900 with vaulted ceilings and chandeliers, accessible via tours with the New York Transit Museum.
Breathtaking scenery along the Three Capes Scenic Route, featuring Cape Meares State Scenic Viewpoint, historic lighthouse, and outdoor activities on the dramatic coastline.