9 US Tourist Attractions That Have Been Lost Forever

Wall Arch, Arches National Park, Utah

Once spanning a 71-foot gap, Wall Arch collapsed in 2008, highlighting the fragility of the 65-million-year-old landscape of Arches National Park.

Kaimu Beach, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii

Renowned for its black-sand beauty, Kaimu Beach was tragically engulfed by lava flows in the 1990s, erasing this stunning natural wonder.

Six Flags New Orleans, Louisiana

Hurricane Katrina devastated Six Flags New Orleans in 2005, marking the end of this vibrant theme park's short-lived era.

Wawona Tree, Yosemite National Park, California

Standing for 2,300 years, the Wawona Tree fell in 1969 due to natural factors worsened by a man-made tunnel, leaving behind a marked legacy.

Jeffrey Pine, Yosemite National Park, California

Felled by storms in 2003, the Jeffrey Pine on Sentinel Dome remains a dramatic sight for hikers visiting Yosemite.

Stardust Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada

Imploded in 2007 to make way for Resorts World Las Vegas, the Stardust Hotel and Casino closed its doors after decades of glittering on the Vegas Strip.

Sutro Baths, San Francisco, California

Once a grand attraction with pools and entertainment, Sutro Baths met its end, leaving only ruins and memories at Lands End.

Duckbill Rock, Tillamook County, Oregon

A notable sea stack at Cape Kiwanda, Duckbill Rock collapsed in 2016, altering the coastline of Oregon's rugged beauty forever.

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