Castle Gardens - Located in the middle of nowhere in Wyoming, Castle Gardens is a Native American rock art site. There are hundreds of prehistoric carvings, or petroglyphs, carved into the wind battered sandstone of shield-bearing warriors thought to have been created by ancient Navajo and Apache tribes. A unique oasis in the high desert country, this area is accessible by long dirt roads and feels like stepping back in time.
Giethoorn, Holland: A Town With No Roads
“Founded in the 13th Century CE, Giethoorn is referred to as the Venice of the North, due to the fact that the town has no roads for cars, and uses canals (whose lengths total to almost five miles) with small boats to get around. There are over 50 wooden bridges over the canals, and many of the farmhouse-style homes are centuries old.”
Crater Lake National Park, Oregon