This Utah-based park is known for being home to the bristlecone pine, which is a tree that's almost years old and one of the oldest living organisms on Earth. It also has one of the tallest mountains in the state.
There are more than 300 glaciers in this Washington-based park that's understandably known for it's wide variety of plants and animals. There are even 400 miles of trails for humans who wish to explore it by foot.
Somewhere between Cleveland and Akron in Ohio is this park that's famous for the Brandywine Falls. Visitors should also add walking across the century Everett Road Covered Bridge to their must-do list.
The hairstylist, who resides in downtown LA, is a mainstay at the Andy Lecompte salon in West Hollywood; VACATION DESTINATION: My current favorite place to visit is my daughter’s organic homestead near the Olympic National Park in Washington.