It's also the closest campground to Mount Mc Kinley, offering unparalleled views of The High One.Arizona, the 48th state to join the Union, lies at the heart of the American Southwest, where it's known for its amazing natural scenery.
While the Grand Canyon might be the most famous attraction in Arizona, equally beautiful is Antelope Canyon, a slot canyon in the Navajo Nation.It was carved by flash floods gradually eroding through the sandstone and is one of the most photographed and most stunning slot canyons in the world.Chiricahua National Monument covers some 12,000 acres of the Chiricahua Mountains, or the "Land of Standing Up Rocks" as it was named by the Apache Indians.Indiana, the 19th state of the Union, is a little bit of everything: rural (Amish country) and cosmopolitan (Indianapolis), serene (Tibetan temples) and fast-paced (the Indy 500).No one knows for sure why it's called the Hoosier State, but it's inarguably a unique and often surprising destination.The Round Barn Theatre at Amish Acres, housed within a round barn from 1911, is home to a professional theater company who perform musicals from Broadway's golden age. Indiana is a little bit of everything: rural (Amish country) and cosmopolitan (Indianapolis), serene (Tibetan temples) and fast-paced (the Indy 500). See more photos of scenic states: ALASKA Alaska, the 49th state of the Union as well as the largest and most sparsely populated, is a land where Mother Nature reigns, and natural wonders can be found around every turn. The landscape surrounding Serpentine Hot Springs inside Alaska's Bering Land Bridge National Preserve is dotted with giant granite tors.