10 Darkest Places in the U.S. for Incredible Stargazing

An age-old pastime, stargazing has an undeniable draw. It’s fascinating to look at the stars, observe constellations, and take in the beauty of the night sky. These are some of the darkest places in the United States, and as such some of the best places to stargaze.

Travel and Leisure ~ ” Big Bend National Park – Known for its breathtaking vistas and hiking trails, Big Bend National Park in southwest Texas is a beautiful place to take in the night sky. Since it’s far away from major urban areas, you won’t have much light pollution obstructing the nighttime sky views.

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Great Basin National Park – One of the least-visited national parks in the country, Great Basin National Park in Nevada offers some of the darkest skies in the U.S. — Mather Overlook is a great place to stop to stargaze.

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Stargaze at some of the darkest places in the U.S.

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