What are the best RV holiday routes? If you find it difficult to answer this question, check out the ones we’ve selected for your consideration. We tried to put together a rather diverse list, which partly speaks to people who are interested in spending time on the beach with their family and partly addresses individuals who like forests and mountains. Have a look at our recommended RV routes.
From Padre Island to the Florida Keys
South Padre Island, TX, is located in the north area of the Mexican border. Starting here would be a good idea if you and your family are great seafood aficionados. Furthermore, the Padre Island National Seashore is spread out on miles of beach and therefore it is a great destination for occasional fishermen. From this spot, you may continue north and visit the Art Museum of South Texas or the Texas State Aquarium.
Changing your trajectory for northeast will eventually lead you up to New Orleans, and who doesn’t want to visit this city at least once in his or her life? It’s filled with live music and excellent Cajun food. As long as you are here, you may want to go to the Florida barrier islands and then to the Florida Keys.
Route 66 is for the people who are less inclined to spend several weeks in the middle of nature. This American road trip is popular all over the world, as it is considered to be a nostalgic cruise overflowing with diners, museums, and roadside attractions. If you decide to take this holiday route, you can start anywhere from Chicago (IL) and St. Louis (MO) to Los Angeles (CA). It really goes without saying that the main attraction of this route is The Grand Canyon (AZ).
California is, by definition, a plethora of natural attractions, ranging from breathtakingly beautiful forests to amazing seascapes. A classic California RV route can be done by forming a clockwise loop.
The starting point can differ according to the initial location of the driver, and improvising is not a bad idea when in California, as the Golden State does not fall short of camping destinations. Some of the best destinations are Lake Tahoe, Yosemite National Park, Death Valley, and Joshua Tree National Park.
From Cape Cod to New Hampshire
There’s no doubt about it: absolutely every city on the Cape will take your breath away. Whether it’s Sandwich, Orleans or the National Seashore beaches of Wellfleet, this route will definitely not disappoint. Perhaps you might be interested in the lobster rolls of Provincetown, right before heading to the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
The Rocky Mountains
From New Mexico to British Columbia, the Rocky Mountains are a must if you’re a mountain man or a mountain woman. For one, this route has Yellowstone National Park, and that would be enough in itself. If you’re interested in exploring this 3000-mile area, you might want to go to the Craters of the Moon Monument (ID), the National Elk Refuge (WY) or the actual Rocky Mountain National Park (CO).