9 Secrative places in the USA to Discover

Its Travel Zone

This ghost town was a booming mining community in the 1800s, but it was quickly abandoned after a silver bust.

Bodie State Historic Park

The Grotto, Oregon

This hand-built religious sanctuary is located near Portland and features waterfalls, grottoes, and shrines. It's a beautiful and peaceful place to visit.

The Coral Castle, Florida

This bizarre coral rock castle was built by a single man over a 28-year period. How he did it all by himself remains a mystery.

Braken Cave Preserve, Texas

This cave is home to millions of Mexican free-tailed bats, which emerge each evening in a spectacular mass exodus.

International Horseshoe Bend, Arizona

This horseshoe-shaped bend in the Colorado River is a stunning natural wonder. It's a popular spot for hiking and photography.

Montezuma Castle National Monument, Arizona

These cliff dwellings were built by the Sinagua people between 1100 and 1450 AD.

Winchester Mystery House, California

This mansion was built by Sarah Winchester, the heiress to the Winchester Rifle fortune. She believed her house was haunted and constantly added new rooms and features to confuse the ghosts.

The Mendenhall Glacier Caves, Alaska

These caves are located inside a glacier and are only accessible by guided tour. They're a surreal and beautiful place to visit.

Cat Island, South Carolina

This barrier island is home to a large population of feral cats. It's a great place for cat lovers to visit.

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