What's Your Favorite Overlooked U.S. Attraction?: The Finals

We've come to the final round of our challenge to name the most overlooked US attraction. Theodore Roosevelt Park has been a clear favorite for voters throughout the competition, but will the unique Bridgewalk talk the crown in this final round?

Vote below for your favorite overlooked attraction, and leave a comment to tell us why your favorite should still be in the running! Voting on round three ends at 11:59pm on Sunday, May 13th.

The voting has closed! Click here to find out the winner - and our picks for spookiest cemeteries across the US!

Stay tuned throughout the month to vote on more amazing American destinations, or catch up with all the nominees here. Be sure to follow @HuffPostTravel on Twitter and Facebook to find out which spots have a special place in our hearts and follow the entire challenge here.

Photos courtesy of: Washington Crossing Historic Park, courtesy of Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission; Theodore Roosevent National Park, courtesy of North Dakota Tourism; Solar System Model, courtesy of Bangor Daily News; Old Perpetual Lakeview, courtesy of Lake County Chamber; Chestoa View, courtesy of Glenn Whitt; Bridgewalk, courtesy of Will Deskins/Bridge Day; Train Mountain, courtesy of Discover Klamath; Jurustic Park, courtesy of Visit Marshfield WI.