Best Stargazing Places in the U.S.

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Dr. Swapnil

March 07 2024   10:29 AM

Central Idaho Dark Sky Reserve 

It spread across 1,400 square miles, it makes one of the largest pools of natural night time darkness in the U.S.

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Big Bend National Park, TX

This park spread over 800,000 acres, near the Mexican border in southwest Texas. One of the best place to stargaze in America.

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Canyonlands National Park, UT

Canyonlands National Park, UT 337,000 acres of desert landscape. One of the best place to stargaze in USA.

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Lassen Volcanic National Park, CA

Lassen Volcanic National Park, located in California and surrounded by lakes and trails.

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Great Basin National Park, NV

Best place to experience stunning view of Milky Way galaxy. 

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North Cascades National Park, WA

It is fourth least visited National park in the USA. Filled with different variety of bird and animal species.

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Voyageurs National Park, MN

This park have 250,000 yearly visitors. This park is known for amazing forest and lakes.

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Rappahannock County Park, VA

It is one of the few places on East Coast side where you can get stunning view of Milky Way.

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Great Sand Dunes National Park, CO

Great Sand Dunes National Park is tallest dune in South America. You can enjoy Milky Way and shooting stars view from this site.

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Guadalupe Mountains National Park, TX

Spread across 87,000 acres located at east of El Paso. One of the best place for stargazing.

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