For the truly adventurous, a remote destination can be an ideal place for a vacation. If you love exploring little-known spaces and thrive on outdoor adventures, the discovery of a national park will be the best fun you'll have. Prominent national parks like Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon are great to visit, but you could uncover some beautiful spots that aren't so well-known if you're willing to seek them out.

01Isle Royale National Park, Michigan

Rock Harbor Lighthouse stands at the intersection of Moskey Basin in Isle Royale National Park, Michigan

Isle Royale is a remote island on Lake Superior in Michigan. The surrounding body of water is a great spot for swimming, kayaking, and diving. The far-off island itself offers enjoyable solitude during hiking and backpacking trips, as well as a chance to admire Lake Superior from a unique vantage point. Plan to ride over on the Ranger III boat.