What is the #1 place you haven't been to in the U.S. that you'd like to go to?

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    What is the #1 place you haven't been to in the U.S. that you'd like to go to?

    Mt. Rushmore for me.

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    Grand Canyon for me.

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    Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam.

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    Not sure on #1, but the top thing that has been on my mind to visit of late has been Utah. Amazingly beautiful State. My friend and his family are currently on a 4-week journey around the country in an RV and Utah (from pictures) seems the coolest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Mt. Rushmore for me.

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    If given the opportunity, it is worth the trip. Mount Rushmore itself is neat, but the entire Rapid City, Keystone, Custer National Park, Sturgis, Black Hills, and Badlands area are beautiful.

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    Always had this thing about Isle Royale National Park. It's the least-visited national park (other than the ones in the remotest parts of Alaska), and there's a good reason for that: it's in the far northwestern corner of Lake Superior near the Canadian border and is accessible only by a couple boats from Minnesota or the UP or by sea plane. It closes entirely from November until April.

    But photos I've seen make it look incredible.

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    Probably San Diego for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    Probably San Diego for me.
    I know others will say differently, but San Diego is overated. Great zoo. Nice weather.
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    My top spot would probably be Yosemite and Redwood forest.

    I have visited a lot of places including most listed above but others on the list that I have yet to see are Alaska via cruise, Grand Canyon, the Utah parks, Acadia and Hawaii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Mt. Rushmore for me.

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    I second what Bugatti said as well. Mt Rushmore is OK but the rest of South Dakota especially the Badlands was the best part of our trip there - very beautiful area and unlike anywhere else!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cincydragons View Post
    I second what Bugatti said as well. Mt Rushmore is OK but the rest of South Dakota especially the Badlands was the best part of our trip there - very beautiful area and unlike anywhere else!
    I second this. Custer Park is a must see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cincydragons View Post
    I second what Bugatti said as well. Mt Rushmore is OK but the rest of South Dakota especially the Badlands was the best part of our trip there - very beautiful area and unlike anywhere else!
    Quote Originally Posted by Voice of Reason View Post
    I second this. Custer Park is a must see.
    Somewhat tangent to this, but if you go north of here into western North Dakota, you can be in the northern Badlands. Medora is a cool little hidden gem.

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    Cooperstown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jumper_Dad View Post
    Cooperstown.
    This along with some national parks.

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    Key West

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    Redwood Forest

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