Wide open skies and views for miles are just a couple characteristics that make the Great Plains such an unique place to visit. Made up of mostly prairies and grasslands, this destination has been an epicenter of Native American culture for decades.
Over 30 million buffalo once roamed the Great Plains region.
This area has some of the country's most diverse driving tours, including the 34-mile Wind River Canyon Scenic Byway and the Going-to-the-Sun Highway.
Nebraska's Fort Robinson marks the spot where Crazy Horse surrendered in 1877 and is now a National Historic Landmark.