As 4th largest country in the world, the United States has hundreds of popular and well-known travel attractions. But within her borders lie immense natural beauty, which is rarely seen by most travelers. If you appreciate nature or are an outdoor fan, and are looking for unique Spring Break destinations, keep on reading to see some of the best places to add to your next travel itinerary. Forgo crowded beaches; take a rest from the drunkard norm, because in this list, we bring out 25 of the most unique spring break destinations in the USA.
20. Delaware Water Gap, New Jersey
A prime spot for rock climbing in the Northeast, the Delaware Water Gap is great for hikers, nature lovers, and anglers. Take on the park by foot or auto with over 100 miles (160 km) of hiking and roadways.
15. Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge, Delaware
A major breeding ground and stopover for birds migrating along the Atlantic coast, Bombay Hook is a birdwatchers paradise. The best times to visit are in October and November when over 150,000 ducks and geese fly south.
10. Vermillion Cliffs, Arizona & Utah
Iron oxide makes up the beautiful red-orange colors of the canyons and cliffs bordering Arizona and Utah which look more like a painting than a park.
5. North Umpqua River, Oregon
If you want some good white water rafting or kayaking in the Northwest, visit the North Umpqua River. With rapids up to Class IV, the late summer is best for the more adventurous willing to wind their ways around the rocks of the lower water level. There’s also a section for fly-fishing and a riverside trail.