MOST POPULAR ROAD TRIPS IN THE U.S.
There may be 50 states, but there are certain ones more popular than others. Many of the states stand out for their history, their beauty and their food. When you take a U.S. road trip, You want to make the most of your holiday in Canada, so you’ll want to take these popular road trips with your car or motorhome.
1. Start in Sunny Florida
Your first road trip has to be in one of the most southern states, Florida. You’ll want to take the Overseas Highway, which goes along Route 1 from Key Largo to Key West. The trip will take you through some of the mainland, but eventually get you along the coast. Many people view the first part as a boring necessity, but the fun is what you make of it right?
To be honest, the second part is the best. There are plenty of beaches to spread your legs and have fun with the kids, while you see the beauty of the turquoise sea. Make sure you take in the sights of the Florida East Coast Railroad.
If you’re a TV and movie fan, True Lies filmed the car/helicopter chase along this stretch of highway, so make sure you look out for the iconic scenery.
2. Take the Loop Road Around Maine
The next road trip will take you north to Maine. You can do this by car, but you’ll likely want a motorhome instead, as Loop Road will take you around and through Arcadia National Park. Find the best deals on Camping-car USA and Wohnobil Amerika.Book your reservation and spend a few days at the motorhome parks along the route.
There are some beautiful hiking opportunities along the 27-mile stretch. If you want to avoid the tourists, opt for the off-season. You’ll also save money, while still getting some of the most beautiful sights.
If you’re not a fan of hiking, there are plenty of other things to do in the National Park. Opt for some bird watching, fishing, kayaking and more. This is perfect for all ages and interests.
3. Travel Route 12 in Utah
The third on the list has to be Utah’s Route 12, taking you between Bryce Canyon National Park and Capitol Reef National Park. It’s the longest road trip stretch, covering 124 miles at 9,000ft in altitude, so make sure you’re ready for the changes.
Stop at Hells Backbone Grill for lunch during one of your days and don’t forget to ride the narrow Grand Staircase-Escalante. You’ll also go through St. George, a beautiful and quaint retirement town. The national parks will also give you plenty of hiking, kayaking and more to keep everyone entertained.