There’s nothing like a great American road trip. But where should you visit? Here are our top three most beautiful drives we’re suggesting for your next RV road trip.
If you’re looking for a getaway this fall, head east to Virginia and make the drive 469 miles along the Blue Ridge Parkway. This highway through the mountains is perfect for enjoying the peaceful countryside and the fresh mountain air. Take the drive in October or early November and watch the explosion of fall colors in the mountains.
Things to do along the way: Chimney Rock State Park, Natural Bridge Park, historical sites
Highway 1 up the coast of California is popular in tons of songs and movies for good reason. The road winds along the shores of California’s best beaches for hundreds of miles of great places to stop. As you travel north, beaches turn into stunning, steep cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy parking your RV listening to the waves lull you to sleep each night.
Things to see along the way: Santa Monica Pier, Big Sur, Golden Gate Bridge, Redwoods National Park
Beginning the capital of Alaska, the Seward Highway runs between the Turnagain Arm, an inlet from the Pacific Ocean known for beluga whale sightings, and the Chugach mountain range. Waterfalls, glaciers, and snowcapped mountains surround this five-hour day drive. For the photographer and sightseer, this road offers multiple scenic pull offs for you to take pictures of the stunning landscape. There are also plenty of hiking and camping options along the way if you’re looking for adventure.
Things to do along the way: glacier viewing, hiking, fishing and coastal cruises
There are dozens of beautiful road trips worth making in your RV. What’s been your favorite drive?