Blog posts tagged with 'road trip'
When you’re on a road trip, the question always arises: What are we going to eat? What if you changed that around and took a road trip just to eat? What if your road trip took you to the tastiest bites and also to explore culture and history? A culinary road trip tour gives you that unique sense of place. After all, one of the best ways to experience a culture is through its food. Which are the most popular foodie road trips in the United States? Let’s take a look at the four of the most delicious foodie road trips.
Perhaps this one phrase will be enough to motivate you: the world’s largest trees. Yes, it’s worth the drive or flight out to Sequoia National Park to see these colossal giants that are a silent testimony to centuries—and even millennia—of national history.
It stands tall in the northwest corner of Montana. It’s been called the backbone of the world. It straddles the Rocky Mountains and is a place where two sides of the continent meet. And don’t be scared by its cold name, you can find ways to stay warm while you visit! The one million acres, or 1,583 square miles, of The Glacier National Park are made up of mostly untamed and breathtaking wilderness. Beautiful all year round, you can bike on the Going-to-the Sun-Road, drink in the fall foliage, or venture out for cross-country skiing.
Arizona has many claims to fame, but it’s mainly known for the breathtaking Grand Canyon National Park. It runs 277 miles along the Colorado River and stretches down a full mile deep. The unbelievable beauty and dramatic scenery of this park attract worldwide attention. Bands of rock in varying colors create a stunning landscape of beauty. Many have found it beyond words to describe and even difficult to capture in photos. The seemingly unending views make it one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. It’s not surprising that more than 6 million people visit the park every year. Why should you visit the Grand Canyon National Park? Here we list our top reasons why you should not miss out on this spectacle.
From Virginia to Los Angeles, the southern USA has an abundance of gorgeous scenery and diverse cultural experiences. Explore big cities and admire ghost towns from the past. Get away from it all by visiting barren deserts or lush forests. If you have plenty of time and a desire to see it all, you can try to make the entire coast-to-coast trip in one go. If you’d like to take a more leisurely pace for your adventures, you can break your trip down into separate areas and then explore the south in several shorter trips. Where should you go? We’ve outlined some of the hottest spots to visit throughout the southern USA.
You and your family are over the moon about the first road trip in your motorhome. But you’re worried about staying safe in the campground. You’ve heard rumors of wild animals, theft and campfires gone wrong. How can you stay safe in a motorhome campground? In this article, we cover six areas of campground safety and how you can avoid potential dangers.
You love to travel in your motorhome—the scenic views, the comfortable seats, and the freedom to travel where you want and when you want. But when it comes time to gas up the motorhome, your heart always skips a beat. How can you lower the costs of gas during your road trip?
You’ve set out on your first adventure with your motorhome. You picked your campsite carefully, arrived without a glitch, and checked in. You’re relieved to see the reserved site is just the size you expected. But how do you set up your motorhome?
Carefully choosing your campground while traveling in a motorhome may be one of the best ways to ensure a smooth and enjoyable trip. You will eliminate the unpleasant surprises of no sites being available, finding that the sites are too small, or a campground that you simply can’t access because of narrow access roads. To choose a campground, you can start with a simple search in your browser. Just type in something along the lines of “RV campground.”
A trip along the West Coast will take you through deserts and past snow-covered mountains, into lush rain forests, and through the heart of vibrant cities. The West Coast of the United States is a vast area. You may wish to cover it in one mega trip of about a month or to break it up into several shorter 1- or 2-week trips. It’s nearly impossible to sum up the wonder of this area in just one article, but we’ll give you an overview. Let’s start from the north and head south, with a few suggestions of what you might plan to see on your trip.