There are countless wonders of the world and sometimes you don't even have to go that far to see them. When I went to Arches National Park in Moab, Utah I thought it showed me the true spirit of the wild west. All I have to say is, see it for yourself!
My adventure throughout southern Utah helped me learn not only about the desert, but the natural beauties of Earth. When I got on the road to the sites, my face was felt like it was hot-glued to the window because of all the great views from the top of the hill. When my family and I got to the top, I could already see the wonders of life right before my eyes. Once we drove for ten minutes around the park, we stopped to see some of the hot spots of the park. We saw Delicate Arch, Double Arch, Balancing Rock, and my personal favorite The Elephant Parade. Delicate Arch is well-known for being on the Utah license plate. Double Arch was a massive hole in a rock one behind another. Balancing Rock was a large rock placed on a skinny rock underneath it. The Parade of Elephants looked like enormous rocks shaped like elephants following one another. These fascinating land formations was a fantastic way to learn about nature.
I think that Arches National Park would be a superb place to learn, explore, and have fun all at the same time! So if you and your family are looking for a great vacation place with fun all around, I would absolutely recommend Arches National Park.