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most beautiful places in the US: There are so many beautiful states in the world. But do you know the best places in each state? Of course, not many of us know about it. Today, we will tell you about the places that are extremely beautiful in each state.

1. Missouri

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Onondaga Cave State Park descends into a world of wonder. The stalactite and stalagmite formations are simply spectacular. Florissant in Missouri features 20 city parks to get a dose of fresh air. The place also adds up to nearly 400 acres of parkland.

2. Montana

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Glacier National Park is a subrange of the Rocky Mountains. The park extends over one million acres. Montana is a must-visit location, particularly for those who love to ski, because of its location near the Glacier National Park.

3. Nebraska

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Chimney Rock is located on the Oregon Trail Bayard, off U.S. Route 26. When you’re able to see it the magnificent rock formation it almost appears otherworldly. Famous for its local history, culture, and scenic views, Aurora is often ranked as one of the best places to visit in Nebraska.

4. Nevada

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Valley of Fire State Park is the oldest and one of the largest States Park in the United States. The park has exquisite rock formations and 3000-year-old Native American petroglyphs.

Genoa Bar is the best stopover and the oldest Saloon in Nevada.

5. New Hampshire

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Lake Winnipesaukee is the biggest lake in New Hampshire and has 250 natural surrounding Islands. Winnipesaukee is a favorite vacationing lake offering a wide variety of leisure opportunities and splendid mountain views. During your visit to Keene, New Hampshire, go back in the past to witness Horatio Colony House Museum and Nature Preserve.

6. New Jersey

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Cape May is located at the southernmost point of New Jersey. Visitors will find some interesting attractions in the area including an abandoned bunker on the beach. New Jersey is nicknamed as the ‘Antiques Capital of New Jersey’. A town Lambertville in New Jersey is filled with serene antique stores, beautiful Victorian houses, and is the anchor of plenty of craft festivals and food fairs.

7. New Mexico

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Carlsbad Caverns National Park is home to Carlsbad Caverns and over 119 caves. Carlsbad Cavern is one of the largest caves in the world, offering a variety of “rooms”. Also, artists such as Ansel Adams and Georgia O’Keeffe have given their presence in this beautiful town to applaud the magnificent beauty of one of New Mexico’s town, Taos.

8. North Carolina

In North Carolina’s New Bern, apart from its rich cultural background, New Bern is even the birth place of Pepsi Cola.

9. North Dakota

Garrison in North Dakota is known for fishing; it’s also home to most amazing museums and events, such as the Dickens Village Festival, which changes the town into a Victorian parade, complete with horse-drawn carriages.

10. Ohio

Yellow Springs in Ohio is heaven for creative and free thinkers which is so arty, captivating, and colorful.

11. Oklahoma

Medicine Park in Oklahoma is well-known for the attractions of the cobblestone streets; also considered a phenomenon in the town.

12. Oregon

Indulge yourself in Hood River’s award-winning craft breweries, restaurants, and breathtakingly beautiful photographic views in Oregon.

13. Pennsylvania

New Hope is a spot-on location for antique shops, wildflower conserves, beautiful stores, and sightseeing tours,

14. South Carolina

Greenville, fitted in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains; the region is hilly and forested and is perfect for exploring the beautiful landscapes.

15. Tennessee

The famous campus town, Knoxville is loaded with restaurants, galleries, and festivals, amidst the natural surrounding of the Great Valley of East Tennessee.

16. Texas

At Port Isabel, you can take throw yourself in water sports activities like kayaking, parasailing and boating tours. If you’re lucky enough, then you might even catch a glimpse of dolphins.

17. Utah

At the famous red rocks, Springdale – you’ll find a haven for adventure-seekers and scenery enthusiasts.

18. Lander, Wyoming

Make sure you take a halt at the Dude Ranches – where they host events throughout the year including the Pioneer Days Rodeo, the world’s oldest paid rodeo, and the Wyoming State Winter Fair.

19. Ocean Springs, Mississippi

Every corner has a unique story to narrate in its wildlife, history, culture, and galleries, and tranquil cafes in Ocean Springs.