These 10 amazing caverns are some of the best the world has to offer. Whether for their unique geological features, unparalleled beauty, or large size, each of these caves stands out as a must-see for any subterranean explorer.
The Great Falls of the Passaic River in northern New Jersey, with the surrounding historic mill area in the City of Paterson, has been designated as America’s 45th National Historical Park, the 397th unit of the National Park System. A spectacular natural wonder, the Great Falls also played a key role in American history as the centerpiece of the first planned industrial center in the U.S.
The world is full of mysteries, magic, and beautiful places that seem like they could only exist in our imagination, or in books and movies. Believe it or not, some of these places are actually real!
This fantastic site just north of Flagstaff is impressive! See photos and videos of this close encounter with volcanic activity of the past.
For many people, caves may just be a boring piece of hollowed-out rock. Well, this will prove them wrong as we will explore a few of the most amazing caves that exist in the world.
This article beautifully summarizes the major points of land on the earth's surface which fall below sea level.
The ruins of Casa Grande National Monument date back centuries. Located in the Sonoran desert of Arizona, the massive "big house" and other structures were abandoned in 1450. Learn about it here.
"Large Spindle Piece"—a sculpture by Henry Moore—graces Eleanor Tinsley Park on the banks of Buffalo Bayou in Houston, Texas. See photos, Henry Moore quotes, and a video.
Lakes are not as frequently visited as beaches and falls. Although they are not as popular, they can certainly be just as beautiful and spectacular. Sometimes, they are even more so.
The Lee and Joe Jamail Skatepark is one of the largest of such parks in all of Texas. If you are a skateboarder, you will definitely wish to see this fantastic place near Houston.
Rock formations have attracted humans since time immemorial. Their shapes, components and locations make them totally unique. It's no wonder that tourists and locals alike find pleasure in visiting these incredible sites.
Denali National Park is one of the most remote, pristine areas in the American National Park System. Home to an amazing array of wildlife, the park's six million acres of untamed landscape offer visitors spectacular views and stunning scenery.
In addition to three community parks, the Willow Fork Drainage District in Katy, TX, maintains many miles of channels as well as interconnecting trails. See photos and learn about the parks here.