Summer is just around the corner, and there’s no better time to plan an RV trip.
We’ve put together a list of ultimate RV road trips for you to further explore for your next summer vacation.
- Blue Ridge Parkway– This popular ride highlights approximately 500 miles of terrain through Appalachia. It also offers RV support, which makes it a top destination for RVers.
- Big Sur Coastal Highway– Explore the west coast by winding along Big Sur. Running along the central California coastline, this tourist-friendly route highlights breathtaking scenic ocean views, cities and towns.
- Columbia River Highway– Further north along Portland, Oregon and into Washington is the renowned Columbia River Gorge. There are several scenic points of interest, including rocky waterfalls, lush, dense forests and RV campgrounds.
- Route 66– The ultimate cross-country road trip route, this legendary stretch of road runs from Illinois to Southern California. Popular for more than 60 years, Route 66 has made many appearances in movies, music and novels.
- Historic New England– Exploring New England – Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Vermont – is not only beautiful but offers fantastic history lessons along the way.
- Yellowstone National Park and the Rockies– Yellowstone National Park starts in Montana and winds its way through the Rocky Mountain National Park and Grand Teton National Park. High acclaimed and teaming with abundant wildlife, this is a must-see geothermal destination that will awe both children and adults alike.
- The Great Lakes– Going through Chicago, loop around the Upper Michigan peninsula to further explore the Great Lakes and partake in some fun summertime watersports, such as paddleboarding and surfing.
- Desert Southwest– Experience iconic parks such as the Grand Canyon National Park and Zion National Park and further explore other areas including Santa Fe, New Mexico, which is popular for its creative arts scene and Native American architecture. Zion is one of the most famous Utah RV destinations.
- Southeastern Seaboard– From Virginia, wind down through the Carolinas and towards Savannah, Georgia, to experience a taste of southern history and culture.
Not into these popular RV trips? Think of some fun out-of-the-box road trip ideas, such as planning trips to historic battlefields, planning a culinary road trip or exploring multi-day festivals.