8 Must-See Natural Wonders to Add to your Bucket List

If you’ve ever visited a Natural Wonder, you know they are spots that everyone should visit at least once in their life. While there are many Natural Wonders all over the world, there’s a certain few here in the US and Canada that can be the perfect weekend getaway for you and your family. Because we want everyone to get out and see some of these beautiful Natural Wonders, we’ve put together a list of some of the top places that you must see for yourself. We’ve even included Jellystone Park™ Camp-Resorts located near these destinations where you can find spacious and clean RV sites, tent sites and cabin rentals to stay in. Accommodations & Adventure, we have you covered!

Here are 8 Natural Wonders that you need to add to your bucket list. Start booking your trips, hop in the car and hit the road!

  1. Niagara Falls

    The falls are an absolute must-visit for many reasons. Other than the breathtaking views, there are several attractions that families can enjoy during their trip. From nature trails and beautiful sights, to cruises and helicopter rides. You can find it all at Niagara Falls. Turn it into a weekend trip and stay at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Niagara Falls, just 5 minutes away from all the action! Not only do they offer free shuttles from the park to the falls, but they also offer tour packages that ensure you get to see everything this beautiful Natural Wonder has to offer.
  2. Great Smoky Mountains

    The nation’s most popular National Park. With beautiful sights, hiking trails, creeks and more, every turn is something new to discover. These beautiful mountains are one of the top destinations in the nation. With 9 million visitors a year, it’s no secret that the Smoky Mountains are a destination that everyone must see in their lifetime. After you’ve spent the day exploring the Great Smoky Mountains, kick back and relax at Jellystone Park in Cherokee, North Carolina. They offer RV sites, tent sites, as well as cabin rentals. After your day full of adventure, you will appreciate the fire ring and picnic tables they have available at every site. The main North Carolina entrance into the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is located just north of Cherokee.
  3. Adirondack Mountains

    If you’re visiting the New York area, you will want to make a stop to visit the Adirondack Mountains, just a few hours north of New York City. The Adirondacks’ mountains and rivers have influenced people for years to get outside in nature to hike, paddle and play. With over 2,000 miles of hiking trails, over 3,000 lakes and ponds, and 1,200 miles of rivers, exploring the Adirondacks never stops. If you’re looking for adventure at every twist and turn, plan your trip to New York now and enjoy one of their most breathtaking natural attractions. While visiting, stay at the Jellystone Park in North Hudson to experience even more of the Adirondacks. This camp-resort offers water features, fishing, gem mining, jumping pillow and themed weekends as well as accommodations ranging from cabin rentals to tent sites and well-kept RV sites.
  4. Catskill Mountains

    Want to plan a fun and adventurous weekend in New York? Check out the Catskill Mountains for your next trip! Located approximately 100 miles north-northwest of New York City, these beautiful mountains provide opportunities for outdoor adventure at every turn. At the Catskills, you can try out hiking, relaxing in streams and rivers, fishing and paddling- just to name a few activities. Mix a trip to the Catskill Mountains with a trip to Woodridge Jellystone Park and it’s the perfect weekend getaway. Located near the mountains, this camp-resort will provide you with attractions, activities, amenities, and accommodations. Plan your trip today!
  5. Mammoth Cave

    The world’s longest known cave system is located in Cave City, KY! These beautiful caves stretch for thousands and thousands of acres and is a popular destination to visit. There are plenty of things to do when you visit Mammoth Cave including many cave tours. You can also hike, bike, ride your horse, canoe and kayak, go camping and much more. There is always something new to discover at Mammoth Cave! Make it a weekend trip by booking a camping site at Cave City Jellystone Park. Spend your day checking out the caves, and then enjoy a family-friendly camp-resort just minutes away. Jellystone Park in Cave City, KY is a great destination for relaxing and having fun with friends and family. Pack up the family, bring your tent, RV or camper or stay in one of their 72 air conditioned cabins. Their first-rate amenities and activities for the whole family will make for a fun-filled camping trip!
  6. Rocky Mountain National Park

    Stretching more than 3,000 miles, the Rocky Mountains are a popular tourist destination for good reason! This National Park is filled with mountains, wildflowers, wildlife, and over 350 miles of trails. Much of the mountain range is great for hiking, camping, fishing, hunting, mountain biking, skiing, snowboarding and more. No matter if you’re just beginning hiking or if you’re an expert, the Rocky Mountain National Park has a trail for you! Take in the beauty of these mountains on your next trip out to Colorado. Looking for a place to stay that is close to the Rockies? Look no further than Jellystone Park in Estes Park. This camp-resort is just minutes away from all the action and provides a variety of accommodation options to meet your camping needs. Aside from accommodations, they will provide your family with a lot of fun and memories.
  7. Pike National Forest

    Located in the heart of Colorado, Pike National Forest is a hotspot for those looking to get out in nature and enjoy the variety of recreation opportunities provided. Offering trout streams, abundant and varied wildlife, seven mountains with peaks above 14,000 feet, hundreds of miles of trails and more, Pike National Forest is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. Continue your outdoor adventures at Jellystone Park in Larkspur, CO which is just about an hour from Pike National Forest. At this camp-resort, you can enjoy a heated swimming pool, archery, petting zoo, hiking trails and much, much more. Bring your tent, RV, or rent one of their cabins out for the weekend. Relaxing at Jellystone Park will be just what you need after a day full of hiking and exploring!
  8. White Mountains

    If you’re looking for adventure in New Hampshire, look no further than the White Mountains. There are both short and long hikes that, depending on how far you go, can take you to waterfalls, spectacular views, lakes and ponds, and mountain summits. Also found in New Hampshire’s White Mountains is the opportunity to boat, golf, horseback ride, winter sports and participate in much more. Ashland, New Hampshire Jellystone Park is the perfect place to end your day. This park provides cabin rentals, RV rentals, tent sites and spacious RV sites if you’re bringing your rig! Relax by the campfire and make s’mores with your family and friends at this close-by camp-resort.

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