Malletts Bay, Vermont
To try to catch a glimpse of the aurora borealis, head to Malletts Bay, a dynamic coastal feature on Vermont's Lake Champlain shoreline.
Glacier National Park, Montana
Since Glacier is protected, undeveloped, and light pollution-free, it's Montana's best aurora viewing spot.
Cook County, Minnesota
Cook County is a fantastic place to view the aurora because, despite its small population, much of its forest and lakes remain untouched.
Acadia National Park, Maine
Acadia National Park is a top tourist attraction in the Northeast. As a national park, it is protected against excessive development and light pollution.
Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota
Voyageurs National Park is another Minnesota northern lights destination. This Minnesota-Canada border park offers minimal services year-round.
Mount Washington Valley, New Hampshire
It can be difficult to catch a glimpse of the aurora borealis from the state of New Hampshire.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park, North Dakota
Because of the sparse population, stargazing and aurora viewing are not disrupted by city lights.