The 8 Most Beautiful Places In All 8 States

The most beautiful place in Alabama is Little River Canyon National Preserve, a 15,288-acre preserve on Lookout Mountain near Fort Payne, featuring towering rock faces, waterfalls, whitewater paddling, and scenic overlooks along Alabama State Road 176.


Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve, covering 3.3 million acres of mountains, coastlines, and fjords, is the most beautiful place in Alaska, offering views of crashing glaciers, breaching whales, temperate rainforests, and mountain goats.


Grand Canyon National Park is the most beautiful place in Arizona, a world-renowned 277-mile-long chasm with stunning sunsets, epic hikes, and breathtaking views that must be experienced in person.


Whitaker Point, also known as Hawksbill Crag, is the most beautiful place in Arkansas, a stony outpost in the Buffalo National River area, famous for its photos, scenic views, and stargazing opportunities in the Ozark Mountains.


Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is the most beautiful place in California, located along the stunning Big Sur coastline, featuring cliffs, waterfalls, lush vegetation, and marine life such as dolphins and otters.


Maroon Bells, located west of Aspen in the White River National Forest, is the most beautiful place in Colorado, known for its twin 14,000-foot peaks and the picturesque reflection of the Bells and aspen trees in Maroon Lake.


Lighthouse Point Park, an 82-acre park near New Haven, is the most beautiful place in Connecticut, offering a beach, fishing pier, deactivated lighthouse, and a historic carousel, along with bird migration views.


Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge is the most beautiful place in Delaware, featuring hiking trails, a 12-mile drive through salt marshes, and diverse wildlife such as snow geese, bald eagles, and red fox.