Add these 7 unusual U.S. destinations to your travel bucket list

Mount Evans, Colorado

The Mount Evans route, which is the highest paved route in North America, is not for those who are easily discouraged. In spite of this, a trip to Colorado is unquestionably worthwhile for anybody who is interested in seeing some of the most breathtaking vistas of the Rocky Mountains.

Marfa, Texas

Artists flock to this little community in far west Texas, best known for shooting Elizabeth Taylor's "Giant." Visiting Big Bend National Park and exploring the high desert from there is possible. 

Flathead Lake, Montana

The biggest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi, Flathead Lake, located near Glacier National Park in Montana. The water's strong mineral concentration makes it transparent and full with colorful stones.

Bar Harbor, Maine

Bar Harbor is one of the East Coast's most gorgeous towns, yet you usually know it as a wealthy vacation spot. Visit Acadia National Park, shop, or just enjoy the sights. 

Moab, Utah

Moab is an excellent spot to transform your view of the desert, which most people regard as desolate. Even without skiing, you may enjoy rafting, hiking, and the natural splendor. 

Florida's Emerald Coast

Florida's Emerald Coast communities are great for any vacation bucket list thanks to its white-sand beaches, azure ocean, and family activities. Almost anyplace on the 30A Highway, you may find a lovely spot to sunbathe. 

Wisconsin Dells

Theme parks, river cruises, and fantastic shopping make Wisconsin Dells a popular family vacation spot. Mirror Lake State Park offers campsites and lush scenery for outdoor enthusiasts.