Bryce Canyon National Park
Turn on, tune in, drop out. 91 years ago to this day Bryce Canyon was established as a national park. Located in southwestern Utah, the national park is known for its geological structures called hoodoos. Not to mention, the park has a 7.4 magnitude night sky making it one of the darkest in North America. It’s been said that the naked eye can see up to 7,500 stars on a clear night in Bryce Canyon. If you haven’t witnessed this one-of-a-kind landscape in person, it’s worth the trip.