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Cliff Jump At Fossil Creek Falls

Arizona / Fossil Creek Waterfall Trailhead

The journey is definitely worth it! Don't let the description discourage you from visiting here.

Dane Nilsson
906 Saves

Swim and Cliff Jump at Blue Springs

Florida / Madison Blue Springs State Park

This natural spring is easily one of the best hidden gems in Florida. The pool of water is crystal clear for swimming, scuba-diving, and jumping in from off on a cliff to the side.

Em Renly
801 Saves

Exploring La Jolla Cove

San Diego / La Jolla Cove

La Jolla Cove is one of the most photographed beaches in San Diego, located on the coast just south of Torrey Pines Natural Reserve.

Tiffany Nguyen
754 Saves

Exploring Pearl Street Beach's Arch Rock

Orange County / Pearl St. Beach

Pearl Street Beach is a great spot to just chill and watch (and photograph) the sunset with friends and family. Parking for the beach can be found on S. Coast Hwy (the 1) and is meter parking.

Ben Lertsakdadet
610 Saves

Explore WhyteCliff Park, West Vancouver

Canada / Whytecliff Park, West Vancouver

Escape to the vanishing horizon of the Pacific Ocean, where time is measured by the rhythm of waves.

Swim at Ginnie Springs

Florida / Ginnie Springs Outdoors Campground

A few hours north and many worlds away from Disney, the Santa Fe River winds its way through the woods of north central Florida, headed for the Suwannee River. This is the real Florida.

Jennifer Adler
492 Saves

Camp at Russian Gulch State Park

San Francisco / Russian Gulch SP

Just two miles north of Mendocino, you'll find this beautiful, well-maintained park that features a little bit of everything.

Brian Heifferon
446 Saves

Exploring the Ruins of Fort Dade

Florida / Egmont Key State Park

Egmont Key Sate Park is only accessibly by boat, so be sure to book ahead if you need a ride.

Nina Vanell
389 Saves

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