America’s top 7 motorhome trips

Travel is no longer restrained to only airplanes and trains; but moving on the road has brought much of thrill and excitement for travellers of all ages. Motorhome and caravan trips are undoubtedly mesmerizing as you get to see the nature and feel it by camping on the sites and getting the real life experience. In fact camping has been a traditional adventure in human civilization; today it has just gained perfection owing to the caravan and motorhome specialties. However, while you are taking all the fun related to motorhome trips, don’t forget to make an exhaustive list of everything that you will need. Caravan camping has enlightened the tradition of cross country adventure on the open road. Here are top 10 motorhome trips to enjoy the fullest in America.

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Shipwreck Coast (Michigan):This magnificent coastline runs along the shores of Lake Superior, lying in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. This road trip starts from the Grand Marais and ends at Whitefish Point. This place of Whitefish Point area of Lake Superior is home to many lost ships of the country. You can go on a motorhome drive with your family and spend camping there, learning about the history of the region and enjoy the lovely views around.

Columbia River Highway (Oregon): Located in Oregon, this 70-mile drive is known to be the first prominent highway in America that has a label of National Historic Landmark. The campers are overwhelmed everytime they visit this place owing to its spectacular views of the Columbia River Gorge; the cascading waterfalls and luxuriant vistas are real treat to the eyes.

Route 66 (Arizona to Chicago):The age old route of 66 is no longer allowed for regular travelling; but you can take special permission for camping here. The history, views and elegance of the place is sure to charm you and if you travel west from Chicago into Santa Fe, you can reach the breathtaking lands of the Grand Canyon.

Massachusetts, (Cape Cod):This trail for motorhomes is 40-mile in length and known to be the Old King’s Highway. This straight driveway has some truly beautiful museums and beaches along side. The drive is not only impressive because of the views, but you will also get one of the most memorable camping experiences there.

Finger Lakes (New York): RVers have been trying this New York’s Finger Lakes region since long time to feel the excitement over and over again. The long and slender lakes give you pristine views and ample space for camping. The names of the lakes are Conesus, Honeoye, Canadice, Canandaigua, Seneca, Keuka, Cayuga, Owasco, Hemlock, Skaneateles and Otisco. The lakes are indeed very deep and you can also enjoy many water sports that would keep people of all ages entertained.

Hermann Wine Trail (Missouri):The very country Missouri has too many classics to tell you and this road trip on your motorhome would give you the experience of exciting culinary adventures. There are also many family owned wineries along this route.

Seas Islands (Georgia):The coastal highway along Georgia leads to a bunch of barrier islands. The islands are connected by lovely bridges and causeways thereby giving you a scenic drive. Many campers further reach out to the nearby excursion spots from here like the Savannah, Jekyll Island, Brunswick,Sea Island, St. Simons and Golden Isles.

Make sure you make a thorough research on the campsite you have chosen for your next trip to avoid any kind of hassles. Happy holidaying with your motorhome!

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  1. says: Craig

    Cape Cod (Massachusetts) is a great place for a motor home trip, but it’s not that big, you can drive through every town in a day or two. Go in the spring to avoid all of the intense summer tourist traffic

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