Travel Bucket List – USA

This is the second series in my travel bucket posts. Here are my top ten destinations for the United States!

Black Hills, SD

Jewel and Wind Caves, Rapid City, Needles Highway, Deadwood, Cathedral Spires

Austin, TX

Lady Bird Lake Trail, museums, SXSW, microbreweries

Zion National Park, UT

Emerald Ponds Trail, Canyon Overlook, Observation Point, Riverside Walk

New England

Portsmouth, ME, White Mountain National Forest, covered bridges, Acadia National Park

Olympic National Park, WA

Hoh River trails, Rialto Beach, Lena Lake, Sol Duc Falls, Royal Basin Trail

New York City

Brooklyn Bridge, Top of the Rock, Central Park, sightseeing cruise, museums

Yosemite National Park, CA

Yosemite Falls, Vernal Falls, Mariposa Grove, Sentinel Dome, Wapama Falls

Charleston, SC

Historic market, museums, Old City Jail, boat cruises, plantations

Great Smoky Mountains National Park, TN/NC

Alum Cave Trail, The Jumpoff, Rainbow Falls, Myrtle Point, Ramsey Cascades

New Orleans, LA

French Quarter, museums, history/cemetery tours, steamboat tour, Garden District

To see my Canadian list please click here.

 

2 thoughts on “Travel Bucket List – USA

  1. I see that New York City is on your list. Might I make a few suggestions, as NYC is where I was born and raised, and I go there at least once a month? In New York City, everyone is taking pictures constantly, and if you are out photographing, chances are that nobody will notice, or care, so this gives you a lot of freedom. Here are some must-see spots.

    The Ellis Island Museum
    The Museum of Natural History
    The Flatiron Building
    The Brooklyn Bridge
    Brooklyn Bridge Park
    Pebble Beach
    The Highline (It’s an old rail line that was converted to a public park.)
    Central Park
    Grand Army Plaza
    Coney Island
    Times Square
    The Manhattan Bridge Overpass can be photographed iconically from Washington Street

    And just so you know, the absolute best place to get pizza in New York City is at Bleeker Street Pizza. It’s on Bleeker Street and 7th Avenue in Greenwich Village, which is about a 7-minute walk from the house where I was born and raised.

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