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United States guides

The second biggest state is like a separate country with strong cultural influences from its Spanish and Mexican past.

 

Texas

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Wilkerson Pass, Clifton, Badger Mountain.

 

Colorado

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Like the Southwest, California has a history under Spanish and Mexican rule and is heavily influenced by those civilizations, with a grea...

 

California

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Natural attractions, Palisade State Park, Yuba Lake State Park.

 

Utah

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Northern Florida is similar to the rest of the South, but this is not so in the resorts of Orlando, retirement communities, tropical Cari...

 

Florida

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One fifth as large as the rest of the United States, Alaska reaches well into the Arctic, and features mountainous wilderness, including ...

 

Alaska

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The nation's most densely populated state, home to much of the New York City and Philadelphia metropolitan areas, as well as miles of whi...

 

New Jersey

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Natural attractions, Verde Canyon Railroad, Picacho Peak State Park.

 

Arizona

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A big state home to arguably the world's greatest city, enormous park lands and mountains to the north, and the Great Lakes and beautiful...

 

New York

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Morrow Mountain State Park, Great Smoky Mountains Railroad, Badin Lake.

 

North Carolina

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Bear Mountain Indian Mission School, Sweet Briar House, Edge Hill.

 

Virginia

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Natural attractions, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Valley of the Giants.

 

Oregon

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Known for its seacoast fishing villages, wooded and remote interior, and stunning vistas such as that found in Acadia National Park.

 

Maine

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The birthplace of America's revolution, home to the Pioneer Valley, the vacation hotspot of Cape Cod, and the always-interesting city of ...

 

Massachusetts

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Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Historic Blakeley State Park, Grand Bay Savanna Little River Roa.

 

Alabama

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Hiking, Heron Lake, Las Vegas National Wildlife Refuge.

 

New Mexico

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Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument, Lamesteer National Wildlife Refuge, Council Grove Sta.

 

Montana

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Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum, Pickett State Park, Cross Creeks National Wildlife Refuge.

 

Tennessee

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Oconee National Forest, Seminole State Park, Reynolds Nature Preserve.

 

Georgia

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Lost Lake, Kalamazoo Valley Community College, Sterling State Park.

 

Michigan

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Natural attractions, Cashmere, Pioneer Village & Museum.

 

Washington

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Large, mostly rural, and beautiful, Pennsylvania is home to two of America's greatest cities, a large Amish population, and a wealth of i...

 

Pennsylvania

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Weston, Weston Downtown Historic District, West Virginia Museum of American Glass.

 

West Virginia

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The fall foliage Vermont is not-to-be missed, while during the rest of the year the state offers a rural charm unique in America.

 

Vermont

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High Rock Lake Wilderness, Bristlecone Wilderness, Red Mountain Wilderness.

 

Nevada

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New Brookland Historic District, Wesley Methodist Church, Mount Hebron Temperance Hall.

 

South Carolina

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Sacred Heart Church, Devil's Lake State Park, Capital Springs State Recreation Area.

 

Wisconsin

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Wildlife, Fiery Fork Conservation Area, Graham Cave State Park.

 

Missouri

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Hayes Lake State Park, Kilen Woods State Park, St. Joseph's Church-Catholic.

 

Minnesota

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Garfield Park Conservatory, Gebhard Woods State Park, Kohl Children's Museum.

 

Illinois

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North Little Rock, Sherwood, T. R. Pugh Memorial Park.

 

Arkansas

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Rock n' Bowl, St. Mary's Assumption Church, Grand Isle State Park.

 

Louisiana

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Most notable for the world treasure that is the Chesapeake Bay, its port cities, such as Baltimore, and its fantastic crab feasts.

 

Maryland

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Lake Cascade State Park, Priest Lake State Park, Lake Mountain.

 

Idaho

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Holmes County State Park, Black Creek Wilderness, Dahomey National Wildlife Refuge.

 

Mississippi

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Fellows Riverside Gardens, Wick Park Historic District, Butler Institute of American Art.

 

Ohio

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Natural attractions, Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area, Hutton Lake National Wildlife Refuge.

 

Wyoming

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Home to Hartford and the Knowledge Corridor, Mystic Seaport, the restaurant and nightlife scene in downtown New Haven, the Maritime Aquar...

 

Connecticut

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Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum, Hiking, Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park.

 

Kentucky

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The heart of the Mid-Atlantic beach tradition and the less pleasant Mid-Atlantic toll plaza tradition.

 

Delaware

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Madison Wetland Management District, Sand Lake Wetland Management District, Medicine Knoll.

 

South Dakota

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A fiercely independent state that offers the rugged White Mountains, idyllic lakes, and a handful of ocean resorts.

 

New Hampshire

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Lunch, Conner Prairie, Klipsch Music Center.

 

Indiana

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Buffalo Bill Museum, Watson's Grocery, Rock Creek State Park.

 

Iowa

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Fort Reno, Woody Guthrie Center, El Reno.

 

Oklahoma

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A volcanic archipelago in the tropical Pacific, 2,300 miles south west of California laid-back Hawaii is a vacation paradise.

 

Hawaii

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Strong City, Prairie Spirit Trail State Park, Meade State Park.

 

Kansas

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The smallest state in the United States, but has many miles of coastline and islands, and home to Providence and Newport.

 

Rhode Island

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Hiking, Little Missouri National Grasslands, Buffalo Lake National Wildlife Refuge.

 

North Dakota

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Chimney Rock National Historic Site, John and Louise Seier National Wildlife Refuge, Chadron State P.

 

Nebraska

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