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Fireworks, barbecues, and parades means that Independence Day is is upon us. What better way to celebrate America’s break away from the British Empire than with a list of some of her best places?

5) Pacific Coast Highway

From the Sunny coast of San Diego all the way up to Washington state you’ll pass through many all American beach towns and an endless list of iconic American sites on the Pacific Coast Highway.

What better activity to do on the fourth of July than chilling on the beach with family, friends, food, and your drink of choice?

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California

4) Yellowstone National Park

What more appropriate place to celebrate America than with the first of many magnificent national parks?

The National Park System is perhaps one of the greatest aspects of our beloved country.

Just south of Yellowstone you’ll find Grand Teton National Park which is equally as beautiful.

3 )Yosemite National Park

Speaking of national parks, you can’t have a list of the best American destinations without mentioning one of the most beautiful parks in the entire world and my favorite place, Yosemite.

Read about our 4th of July at Yosemite adventure from 2016!


2) New York City, New York

New York is known as the melting pot and has become an iconic city that represents exactly what America is about: Diversity and Inclusion.

Want to know more about NYC? Read this!

1) Washington, D.C.

This one is kind of a given if we are being honest. It is America’s capitol, after all. What could be more patriotic than that?

On any given day you’ll find hundreds of star spangled banners waving in the breeze and monuments on almost every street corner.

Washington is the literal heart of the U.S. government and is steeped with history and decades of American culture.

Cherry blossom tree at the end of bloom in front of the Jefferson Memorial at Tidal Basin, Washington, D.C.

American flag blowing in the wind at the base of the Washington Monument, Washington, D.C.

Space shuttle Discovery at Udvar Hazy Museum in Virginia

Soldier standing guard at the tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery

American flag t-shirt in front of Tidal Basin Washington, D.C.

You too can sport the American Flag Prime Adventure shirt. Buy it here!

Honorable Mention – New Hampshire

Nothing quite says independence like a state motto of “live free or die.” Open carry? No-problem. Seatbelt for an adult? Optional.

New Hampshire rivals the state of Alaska in the sense of freedom and comes along with endless opportunity for outdoor exploration.


If you still aren’t feeling patriotic, check out these photos for just a little more ‘Merica!


Jordan Kennedy
Jordan Kennedy
I am a lover of the great outdoors. When I am at home you can probably find me planning my next big adventure. Outside of traveling, my hobbies include golf, fishing, and simply anything outside.

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