Underrated Places to Visit in United States

Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore

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The Pictured Rocks are colorful sandstone cliffs on the shoreline of clear blue Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes.

Whitefish

Home to its own ski resort, which is large in size but much less busy and much more affordable than Big Sky, as well as a darling Western town and right near Glacier National Park, you can find all that you want in a four-season Montana destination.

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Sanford

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Sanford has a charming and historic downtown that is filled with restaurants and cute shops.

Duluth

At the very west end of the Great Lakes, Duluth has developed as a huge shipping terminus for iron ore and grain. So, when it’s not winter, you can station yourself in Canal Park and watch the big ships enter and leave the port under the iconic lift bridge.

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Hamilton Pool Nature Preserve

Hamilton Pool Preserve is a historic swimming hole, that was designated as such in 1990.

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Red Rock Canyon State Park

This stunning park has somehow remained off the radar of most Los Angeles area natives.  It is never crowde

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Kalaupapa Peninsula

The Kalaupapa Peninsula is located on the north side of Molokai in Hawaii. This two-mile-wide peninsula that extends out from a 2000 foot high cliff was once home to an isolated leper colony for those who were diagnosed with Hansen's Disease.

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Fort Bragg

Best known for access to world-famous beaches such as Glass Beach, mind-blowing views of the rugged California coast, and the Skunk train ride through the Redwoods, Fort Bragg is the sparkling hidden gem of Northern California town that you must explore as a nature lover!

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