1. The Grand Canyon:
The Grand Canyon was created by the Colorado river over six million years. The Grand Canyon State Park is one of the first state parks created in the United States Theodore Roosevelt was a very big supporter of preserving the Grand Canyon. Each year five million tourists visit this magnificent park.
2.Yellowstone National Park:
Yellowstone is located in the Mountains of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Yellowstone is still considered one of the most pristine ecologies. The land for this state park was set aside in 1870. Each year two million tourists visit Yellowstone. The abundant wildlife and hot geysersare common attractions. I always remember visiting Yellowstone there are beautiful sights and phenomenal scenery.
The Everglades are a complex system of sawgrass marshes, , cypress swamps, mangrove forests, pinerocklands, and marine environments. The Everglades are ever changing due to water and fire. The Seminole tribe still resides in and around the Everglades which is located in Southern Florida. The Florida Panther lives in the Everglades and is on the Endangered species list.
4. Natural Bridge Caverns:
These interesting caverns are the largest known commercial caverns. New Braunsfels, Texas hosts these caverns. As well as the spectacular caverns there is
5. Petrified Forest National Park:
These trees have fossilized due to the organic matter decomposing and replacing the cells with minerals. Arizona has the most colorful and largest collection of petrified wood. People are not supposed to take the petrified wood other wise they have to pay $285.00 for a fine. The Petrified National forest was recognised as a state park in 1906.
6. Bear Glacier:
Bear Glacier is located in the Kenai Fjords National park in Alaska. There is quite an abundance of marine life. The Glaciers are spectacular. The best way to see these glaciers is a boat tour. A lagoon surrounds Bear Glacier, the water in the lagoon is fresh water.
7. Bandera Ice Caves::
This amazing natural wonder is located in New Mexico. Sometimes called "The most moon like expanse on Earth." Natural layers of ice glistens on reflection of sunlight.