Tuesday, September 13, 2016

3 Great RV Road Trips to Take this Fall

Fall is the best time to travel in an RV as there's less traffic on the road, plus the weather is cooler overall. How much time do you have? Where are you located, or are you renting an RV? What interests you? So many questions, I know, but here are 3 great RV road trips to take this fall!

Florida Keys

Florida Tourism
This is one of my favorite places to explore - there's so much history and unique things to do, plus the Keys are naturally beautiful in themselves. There are tons of campgrounds to enjoy along the 127-mile stretch of highway that starts in Miami and divides the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, with Bahia Honda State Park and John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park being popular stops. Marathon is home to a Turtle Hospital and the famous Seven Mile Bridge; Key West has the Southernmost Point, Butterfly & Nature Conservatory, and the Ernest Hemingway Home. Key Largo offers an interactive Dolphin Plus adventure, while all of the Florida Keys entice scuba divers and fisherman from around the world.

Yellowstone National Park


Yellowstone National Park
Having opened in 1872, Yellowstone was the first national park in the world! There are 12 campgrounds to chose from in this 2+-million acre nature extravaganza, and the 9 visitor stations/museums will be more than happy to help you plan your days in Yellowstone National Park. Activities can range from watching the iconic Old Faithful Geyser, to hiking, biking, fishing and picnicking, where you might see some of 67 mammal and 285 bird species that make Yellowstone National Park their home. Be sure to see the Paint Pots with their almost unbelievable striking colors, Mammoth Hot Springs and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.

Pacific Northwest



Orca Whales Passing The Patos Island Lighthouse
Seattle is one of the most popular Pacific Northwest destinations, and is home to attractions such as the Space Needle, Pike Place Market and the Seattle Aquarium, where visitors can learn all about the local coastal species. If you're into hiking, check out Mount Rainer National Park (southeast of Seattle) or take a Washington State Ferry from Anacortes over to the San Juan Islands where you may even see killer whales! Other options to explore the area include visiting Mount St. Helens and North Cascades National Park.



Be sure to check out the wealth of Travel Writer Pacific Northwest articles, along with a series of Travel Writer Pacific Northwest Reviews!


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