The USA has some beautiful, unspoiled places whether it is a huge national park, a remote little, uninhabited island, or some far-flung nook or remote cranny. Some of these places may be a bit less accessible at present, yet they are all worthy of attention. Thus, without further ado, here are America’s most unspoiled places.

America’s Most Unspoiled Places

1.  Cumberland Island, Georgia

Cumberland Island can be found just off the southeast coast of Georgia. Here you will discover almost 10,000 acres of vast unspoiled wilderness including marshes, salt-sprayed forests, and wetlands. It is a barrier island where loggerhead turtles nest and wild horses gracefully graze on the dune grass that sprouts from the pale sand here.

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