With the help of Instagram’s year-end data I was able to find the most Insta-worthy spots all across the United States. This list is made out of the most frequently geo-tagged locations in each state across our beautiful country.
Roll tide, The University of Alabama hits number one on Instagram.
Denali National Park in Alaska is one of the most beautiful places in the world.
The red rocks of the Grand Canyon are so stunning that it’s hard to believe they’re real.
The University of Arkansas has gorgeous cherry blossoms throughout the spring.
Disneyland is of course the most Instagrammed location in California.
Concert goers at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater in Colorado helped earn the top spot for the state.
Mohegan Sun hits number one for Connecticut.
University of Delaware has been tagged 25,000 times on Instagram and that doesn’t even count all the untagged party photos students are trying to hide.
Walt Disney World hits the number one spot for Florida, but more specifically, the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World.
Atlanta Motor Speedway zooms past the competition.
Mauna Kea is a dormant volcano on the island of Hawaii and makes a nearly perfect view.
Bear Lake is the perfect year round hangout spot. Sun and water in the summer. Or snow and ice in the winter. What’s your choice?
One of America’s most iconic ballparks, Wrigley Field.
At Indiana University, basketball is practically a religion.
The bridges of Madison County were made famous in Hollywood by Meryl Streep, but they’ve always been iconic in Iowa.
Kansas State University comes in at the top spot and I can see why with how beautiful the campus is.
Derby Day at Churchill Downs is all about big bets and even bigger hats.
It wouldn’t be a weekend in NOLA without hitting up Bourbon Street.
The Old Orchard Beach Pier is the perfect summer time hangout in Maine.
Camden Yards, home of the Orioles.
Can you hit it past Fenway’s Green Monster?
The Mall of America is the largest shopping mall in the country.
Lake Minnetonka is the perfect weekend getaway in Mississippi.
When you’re in St Louis make sure you stop by Busch Stadium.
Yellowstone is Big Sky Country, but there was a close battle for first place between with Glacier National Park.
Henry Doorly Zoon and Aquarium takes the number one spot in Nebraska.
Sin City is the most Instagrammed spot in Nevada with the Bellagio Fountain coming in strong for one of the most documented spots on the strip.
White Mountain National Forest is one of the most beautiful places in New Hampshire.
Island Beach State Park is beautiful any time of year.
The White Sand National Monument in New Mexico looks like a beach in the middle of the desert.
Times Square hits the number one spot for New York with Central Park and Brooklyn Bridge coming in close behind.
Charlotte Douglas International Airport is one of the best connected airports in the country.
Downtown Fargo is so charming.
Are you really surprised the Cavs made this list?
Apparently, the penguins at the Tulsa Zoo have quite the loyal fan base.
It doesn’t get much more beautiful than Cannon Beach under the stars.
The steps of the Philly Art Museum probably see their share of tourists screaming, “ADRIAN”
Brown University, home of the academic elite.
On your next visit to Myrtle Beach, make sure to take a spin on the ferris wheel.
Mount Rushmore takes first place but was followed closely by Badlands National Park.
Dollywood is a Tennessee tradition.
Vroooom- Circuit of the America’s took the top spot in Texas.
The red rocks of Zion National Park make for a memorable hike.
Fresh powder wins the top spot for Vermont at Magic Mountain.
There aren’t many views more romantic than Virginia Beach by horseback.
People visit Pike’s Place Market for the great people watching and shopping but they stay for the clam chowder.
The Greenbrier River Trail is beautiful year round, but hiking in the fall is truly something special.
Rock Island State Park is filled with beautiful falls to photograph.
This is the second time Yellowstone National Park makes this list, but this time it’s in Wyoming.