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Natural Wonders

From sea to shining sea, American treasures are waiting to be discovered. Before you head north, south, east or west to discover the natural wonders of the United States, take a few minutes to make reservations, print out directions, get tips and preview photos.

Grand Canyon

Under the blazing sun is the red rock and rushing waters of the Grand Canyon. You can see this extraordinary canyon by land, air or river and the Grand Canyon home page will show you how. You'll find important information about park hours, entrance fees, shuttle bus schedules and more. This site also links to organizations that take care of the canyon, campsites in the area and nearby restaurants and hotels.

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park is one of the largest natural land masses in the world and is home to Old Faithful, hot springs, the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, fossil forests, buffalo, bison and bears. The National Park Service site provides basic information you'll need prior to visiting this 3,400 square mile wonderland.




Yosemite

With its spectacular waterfalls, granite domes and peaks, great sequoias and high- country valleys, Teddy Roosevelt called Yosemite the "most beautiful place on earth." Its website is also lovely, packed with photos and useful information about skiing, hiking, biking, camping, horseback riding, rock climbing and swimming in Yosemite. It also offers transportation and lodging information, weather reports and tips on keeping both you and your food safe from bears.

Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore is not exactly natural, but it is certainly a wonder and a favorite destination for many travelers. The Mount Rushmore home page offers information on trail walks, children's activities, tours of the Sculptor's studio, the evening lighting ceremony and more.

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls boasts more than just hundreds of thousands of gallons of water. This famous honeymoon and family vacation spot sitting on the U.S. and Canadian border offers fun for all ages, including the Maid of the Mist boat ride, an aquarium, shops, restaurants, dinner cruises and more.




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