2. Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park is literally and figuratively a hotspot. The park is situated on a dormant supervolcano, amidst countless active geysers and heat sources. Geysers such as Old Faithful, Anemone, Beehive, Plume, and The Lion Group erupt daily at precise times.
It is, therefore, no wonder that Yellowstone attracts more than three million visitors a year. As well as all the bubbling, roaring, and other quirky noises, you can enjoy forests, alpine meadows, a magnificent large lake, and a large canyon with waterfalls in the gigantic Yellowstone.
The park is beautiful in the summer, but an off-season visit means fewer crowds. Another way to find peace and quiet is to go further into the park, away from the extensive network of paved roads. Yellowstone has hundreds of kilometres of hiking trails that wind through the vast Lamar Valley and along canyon ridges. The further you go, the greater the chance of spotting the park's famous wildlife (such as bison, elk, and bear).