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I've Been to All 50 States in the US: These 5 States I Loved Most

I've Been to All 50 States in the US: These 5 States I Loved Most

The author has traveled to all 50 states in the United States.
Emily Hart

I travel solo often and have had the privilege of visiting all 50 states.

Although I have enjoyed every state, there are some places I don't want to return to any time soon.

Illinois, Indiana, and North Dakota are some of the states I will never go back to.

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As a frequent traveler, I have been fortunate enough to visit each of the 50 states in the United States.

The trip was full of beauty, excitement and unique places. I felt an unimaginable fulfillment. While I've found beautiful places in all 50 states in the United States, and will definitely return to all of them, there are some I never want to visit again. Either I didn't like the scenery or the distance was just too much – I won't have to return to these five US states just yet.

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I enjoyed traveling to Indiana, but love other states in the Midwest.

Grassy hills and rock formations in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

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North Dakota is beautiful, but getting around is very difficult.

Emily looks out over the barren landscape as she stands in front of a large rock formation.

Emily Hart

I found Kansas a bit boring.

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I'd rather go to South Dakota or Wyoming than Nebraska.

View from an empty road in the Nevada desert.  On a cloudy day you can see the blue sky.


I don't like the remoteness of some of Nevada's highways.

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