Alabama (USA)

Alabama is a state in the Southern United States of America. The state is named after the Alabama tribe, a Native American people who used to live at the confluence of the Coosa and Tallapoosa Rivers. Alabama is known for its scenic beauty, and has a lot to offer those who enjoy the great outdoors.

Horseshoe Bend

Horseshoe Bend National Military Park is a national park that was a site of last important battle of the Creek War on March 27, 1814 between American forces and native tribes.

Little River Canyon

Little River Canyon National Preserve or May's Gulf as it is locally known is a picturesque nature reserve situated near Fort Payne, Alabama.

Russell Cave

Russell Cave National Monument is an important archaeological site of pre Columbian Native American cultures that once lived here

Trail of Tears

Trail of Tears is historic term given to several paths that were used by the native tribes of Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Muscogee Creek, and Seminole during forceful relocation to a state of Oklahoma in 1831.


Arkansas (USA)

Arkansas is a state on the western side of the Southern United States. It is known as the "Natural State". The northern part of the state is mountainous and forested, with the northwestern corner being home to the scenic Ozark mountains and the economically booming Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers-Bentonville area. The western-central area is home to the Ouachita mountains, while the southern and south-eastern part of the state is part of the Mississippi Delta, with rice and cotton fields and flat, sweeping vistas. Little Rock, the capital, lies near the center of the state.

Buffalo National Park

Buffalo National River is a picturesque river in the Newton, Searcy, Marion, and Baxter Counties of Arkansas state. Its length is measured at 150 miles.

Hot Springs National Park

Hot Springs National Park is the smallest American national park that protects several historic health spas constructed over a century ago.



Georgia (USA)

Fort Frederica National Monument

Fort Frederica National Monument is an open air museum of the British fort located on St. Simons Island, Georgia in United States. It was constructed in 1736- 1748 by British General James E. Oglethorpe and covers an area 241 acres.

Fort Pulaski National Monument

Fort Pulaski National Monument houses old American fortress that was constructed in 1829 under orders of Major General Babcock who was later replaced by Second Lieutenant Robert E. Lee.

Ocmulgee National Monument

Ocmulgee National Monument is famous for massive earth works of the Native American near Macon, Georgia state of United States.



Florida (USA)

Big Cypress National Preserve

Big Cypress National Preserve is situated 45 mi (72 km) West of Miami, Florida in United States. It covers an area of 2,500 sq mi.

Biscayne National Park

Biscayne National Park is situated just outside of Miami, Florida state in United States. It covers an area of 172,971 acres.


Bulow Plantation

Bulow Plantation, thus ruins you can see in the park, was originally constructed in 1821 after Major Charles Wilhelm Bulow bought 4,675 acres of surrounding lands.

Castillo de San Marcos

Castillo de San Marcos is situated at 11 South Castillo Dr, St. Augustine, Florida. It was constructed in 1672 by the Spanish army when it was part of the Spanish Empire.

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is situated in Collier County of Florida in United States. This nature reserve covers an area of 17 sq mi.

Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park is situated in Monroe County of Florida Keys in United States. It was known formerly as a Fort Jefferson and it covers an area of 64,700 acres.

Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park is situated across Collier, Miami-Dade, Monroe counties of Florida. It covers an area of 2,354 sq mi.

Fort Matanzas National Monument

Fort Matanzas National Monument is an old Spanish fortress located in St. Johns County, Florida. It was constructed in 1740-42 to secure Spanish possessions in the New World.


Kentucky (USA)

Lost River Cave

Impressive Lost River Cave is located in Kentucky state. Its walls preserved many graffiti from the Civil War era.

Mammoth Cave National Park

Mammoth Cave National Park is the longest cave system known in the world situated in central Kentucky. This protected park covers an area of 52,830 acres in Barren, Edmonson and Hart counties.

Waverly Hills Sanatorium

Waverly Hills Sanatorium with colorful and dark history is one of the largest and most famous haunted destinations in the United States.



Mississippi (USA)

Natchez Trace

Natchez Trace is an ancient road system that was created by the Native Americans and later was used by the European settlers.



South Carolina (USA)

Congaree National Park

Congaree National Park is situated in Richland County, Florida in United States. This nature reserve covers an area of 21,867.02 acres.

Fort Sumter

Fort Sumter Fort Sumter is a famous site where first shorts of the Civil War were fired in 1861. It is located Charleston County, SC.



Tennessee (USA)

Fort Donelson National Battlefield

Fort Donelson National Battlefield cover are of two Confederate forts Donelson and Heiman that stand overlooking Cumberland river.

Shiloh National Military Park

Shiloh National Military Park is a former battle site where Union forces fought with the Confederate army on April 6– April 7, 1862.



Texas (USA)

Big Bend National Park

Big Bend National Park is located in Brewster County, Texas in United States. This nature reserve covers an area of 801,163 acres.

Guadalupe Mountains National Park

Guadalupe Mountains National Park is situated in Culberson County and Hudspeth County, Texas in United States.



Virginia (USA)

Shenandoah National Park

Shenandoah National Park covers an area of 199,017 acres (805.39 sq km) of the Blue Ridge Mountains in the state of Virginia.