Central USA

  • On this page you will find articles about the less travelled Central USA, a region of plains, small and almost forgotten towns, lots of agriculture and mostly remoteness. Yet this region has many beautiful and unique gems, which are definitely worth a visit.

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  • Travel destinations in South Dakota

    An article which surveys most travel destinations in western South Dakota – Badlands National Park, Wind Cave National Park, The Black Hills, Custer State Park, Bear Butte State Park, and of course Mount Rushmore.

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  • Isle Royale National Park

    Located in the state of Michigan, Isle Royale National Park resides in the heart of Lake Superior – the largest of the five Great Lakes, which together form the largest body of fresh water in the world.

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  • Theodore Roosevelt National Park

    With an open landscape consisting of grass prairies, riverbeds and tall clay crags, Theodore Roosevelt National Park is a beautiful natural landscape in the heart of the American Great Plains, in the northern part of the Midwestern United States.

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  • Badlands National Park

    Badlands National Park is a relatively small park in the mid-west. Located in the heart of the Great Plains, the park is surrounded by the vast grass prairies of South Dakota. In addition to the rich wildlife that the park preserves, the area is also filled with interesting topographical and geological features, such as sharp stone pillars and iconic crags and buttes creating a rugged, otherworldly terrain.

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