6 Vacations You Should be Planning for NOW

The road trip is the ultimate vacation experience. Whether you’re traveling from coast to coast on a classic road trip, touring the nation’s historic national monuments or planning stops at the country’s most offbeat roadside attractions, the peace that comes with the freedom to adhere (or not) to a strict travel schedule is one of the most unique aspects of the RV trip. And the following are our top six picks for incredible vacations in a motorhome.


Blue Ridge Parkway

Drive the Blue Ridge Parkway in your motorhome and you’ll experience the Appalachian Mountains in all their glory. The parkway is open year-round, but we recommend driving in the fall to experience the fall foliage. Coined "America's Favorite Drive," the 469+ miles extends southwest from Southern Pennsylvania through Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia. North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia.


Big Sur Coastal Highway

If gorgeous views are what you’re after, it doesn’t get much better than the Big Sur Coastal Highway. The highway stretches for 90 miles along the California coast. Take the Highway One drive between San Francisco and Los Angeles to witness soaring cliffs along Big Sur.


Route 66

Known as the Main Street of America or the Mother Road, Route 66 is one of the most popular routes in the country for road trips. In its prime, Route 66 stretched 2,448 miles all the way from Chicago, Illinois to Southern California. Today, about 85% of the original route can still be driven.


Desert Southwest

The deserts of the American Southwest are incredibly picturesque and definitely worth seeing on your next motorhome vacation. You can cross some must-sees like Zion National Park and the Grand Canyon off your bucket list and also scope out some other scenic spots like the Valley of Fire State Park and Bryce Canyon.


Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park is the crown jewel of America's national park system. Stop what you're doing, and head to Montana. Along the way, plan to add Grand Teton National Park and Rocky Mountain National Park to your list.


New England

New England’s six-state loop offers breathtaking mountain views, coastal attractions, charming towns, historic sites and tons of character. All in one region. And the fall foliage in New England is so remarkable that every October, “leaf chasers” hit the road to experience the magic of fall leaf country.

If you're overwhelmed with the options, we're happy to help you choose both the best RV and the best trip pending time of year, your budget, and other travel considerations.

Call us today for a free consultation. 762-225-7660

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