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The Most Tranquil Unspoiled Places In The United States

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Cumberland Island, Georgia

On this barrier island off Georgia's southeast coast, wild horses graze on patches of dune grass on light, biscuity sand.

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Moloka‘i, Hawaii

Palm-fringed beaches and teal waters are pretty much a given in Hawaii. But Moloka‘i, nicknamed 'The Friendly Isle', is more rural than other islands.

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Big Bend National Park, Texas

The Chisos Mountains meander through this vast national park in southwest Texas.

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Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah

Nestled inside the Grand Canyon is the remote village of Supai, home to the Havasupai Tribe since 1300.

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Supai, Arizona

Nestled inside the Grand Canyon is the remote village of Supai, home to the Havasupai Tribe since 1300.

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Alvord Desert, Oregon

This unique 'desert' is actually a former lake, which evaporated over time to reveal a series of pale alkali beds.

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Caddo Lake, Texas

This hidden Texas location borders Louisiana. A magical blend of Spanish moss-covered cypress trees, bayous, and ponds.

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Monhegan Island, Maine

Monhegan Island, off Maine's midcoast, inspires. Of the 70 or so residents of the hilly enclave, most are painters.

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