Exploring the United States in an RV is the perfect way to enjoy the best parks, sites, and destinations our country has to offer. Don't just take our word for it, check out the itineraries below to see how a few of the contributors from our blog, The Scenic Route, get the most out of their RV trips.
Do you dream of escaping the daily hustle and bustle and retreating into a lush island paradise where enjoying a slow, mindful life is the norm? If so, join Just 5 More Minutes and say hello to the San Juan Islands of Washington State here.
Moab is a town that will always have Making Sense of Cents' heart. This small town in Eastern Utah, with a population of only around 5,000 people, has spectacular views and countless things to do. See how to make the most of a trip here.
After exploring 49 states, the Newschool Nomads have plenty of places to choose from when giving travel recommendations. The one that is constantly at the top of their list because of the variety of activities is the Black Hills in South Dakota. See why the mix of history and indoor/outdoor activities makes it a frequent travel spot here.
When most people think about Southern California, a camping adventure isn’t what comes to mind, but Shore Looks Nice knows traveling by RV is the best way to experience the California Dream. Check out an hour-by-hour guide on how it can be done here.
Fancy Gap, Virginia
Fancy Gap, Virginia may barely be four square miles, but RV Family Travel Atlas thinks it's the perfect base camp for exploring nearly 500 miles of small towns, national parks, and a little Hollywood nostalgia. See how you can experience it for yourself here.
Glacier National Park
It may only be accessible for part of the year, but Shore Looks Nice thinks that is part of Glacier National Park's appeal. See why this spectacular national park is one of their favorite destinations for hiking, biking, and breathtaking views here.