The Top 3 Most Breathtaking Sites in the U.S.


You don’t have to travel far and wide to see some of the world’s most scenic sights. In fact, America is littered with breathtaking destinations that are just waiting to be explored. These three awe-inspiring sites are ones that every RV traveler should visit in their lifetime.

Antelope Canyon, Arizona

You’ve probably seen photos of Arizona’s Antelope Canyon, but nothing compares to seeing the orange and red-colored slot canyon in person. It’s a haven for sightseers, hikers, photographers and anyone hoping to take a peak at one of America’s most impressive rock structures.

The canyon was formed from erosion of the brightly-colored Navajo Sandstone, and heavy rains still rush through the canyon passageways during the monsoon season. Visitors can explore Upper Antelope Canyon and Lower Antelope Canyon, but always be sure to ask about flash flood warnings before visiting either one.

Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming

It’s difficult to believe the colors you see when gazing into the Grand Prismatic Spring in Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park. The natural pool exudes a rainbow of colors that are mesmerizing to gazers and photographers. Even more incredible, Grand Prismatic spring is the third largest hot spring in the world, and the No. 1 largest in the United States.

The Skagit Valley Tulip Fields, Washington

You don’t have to have a green thumb to fall in love with the flowers of the Skagit Valley Tulip Fields. Visit the area of Mount Vernon, Wash., during the annual Skagit Valley Tulip Festival from April 1 to 30, and you’re guaranteed to be blown away by the expanse of colorful tulips that stands before your eyes. The festival is a driving tour through fields of millions of flowers, so bring your camera and prepare to leave in awe.

See America in Your RV

There’s no better way to travel among America’s most breathtaking sites than in the comfort and convenience of an RV. Stop in and see us at Leisure Time RV in Oklahoma to find the new or used RV of your dreams.

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