3 U.S. Waterfalls Every Traveler Should See


You don’t have to buy a plane ticket to a tropical destination to find a waterfall that will take your breath away. In fact, the United States offers more awe-inspiring waterfalls than most travelers know. The following are just three of the countless waterfalls you must visit when traveling across our expansive country.

Palouse Falls — Washington

Located in LaCrosse Wash., Palouse Falls offers scenery that rivals some of the world’s most majestic places. Thoughts of Iceland and New Zealand come to mind when visiting this waterfall spewing down from green canyon into a rugged pool of frigid water. If you’re looking for an unforgettable waterfall experience, without crowds of tourists with cameras in hand, Palouse Falls is guaranteed to leave a lasting impression.

Yosemite Falls — California

Yosemite National Park is no stranger to RV travelers, but many miss the massive 2,425-foot Yosemite Falls, which run dry in the busy mid to late summer tourist season. Visit now, in spring or early summer, and you’ll catch one of the world’s tallest waterfalls, and one of Yosemite’s most storied sites in all of its glory.

Niagara Falls — New York

If you’ve never visited Niagara Falls, one of the world’s most famous natural attractions, now is the time to go. Beat the busy summer crowds and experience the best waterfalls in the country during the more mellow spring months. Niagara’s show is best when the snow and ice begins to melt and temperatures are more pleasing for visitors. Don’t forget to allow yourself plenty of time to take advantage of the activities available at the waterfalls and in the surrounding town of Niagara Falls, N.Y.

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