Great Family Road Trip Destinations
PHOTO: Woman parked oceanfront in a convertible. (photo via FS-Stock/iStock/Getty Images Plus)
Bring Back the Family Road Trip
When thinking about vacation nowadays, many people immediately imagine laying on a beach in the Caribbean or gallivanting around Europe, but there was a time when a family vacation meant piling into the station wagon and road-tripping around the country. There are still plenty of U.s destination that make a family road trip worthwhile. Whether you plan on renting an RV or just loading up the family car, here’s a list of places you should consider visiting.
PHOTO: Washington, DC’s iconic monuments (Photo via Ultima_Gaina / iStock / Getty Images Plus)
Every family should make the trek to Washington, D.C. Filled with history, museums and national landmarks, it’s easy to bring history lessons to life just by walking around. Make your way out to Mount Vernon to see our nation’s first president’s home and get inquisitive minds captivated by The International spy Museum.
The Four Corners Monument at the border of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. (Photo via YinYang / iStock / Getty Images Plus)
Four Corners Monument
Adding the Four Corners Monument to your road trip is a must for anyone traveling remotely near the area where else can you stand in four different states at the same time? Plus, the surrounding valley is beautiful and makes for a beautiful drive.
PHOTO: The Salem Witch House was the site of the infamous 1692 witch trials in Massachusetts (Photo via openroads.com/Flickr).
Bring your child’s school lessons to life by taking them to the spot where the Salem Witch Trials occurred. Make it extra spooky by visiting in as All Hallows Eve approaches, or extend your trip to incorporate the historic sites of Boston and Plymouth as well.
PHOTO: Austin, Texas (photo courtesy RoschetzkyIstockPhoto/iStock/Getty Images Plus)
Driving through Texas can be a road trip all its own—taking about twelve hours to go from east to west. But whatever you do, don’t miss out on experiencing Austin. From their eclectic vibe to the phenomenal food scene, Austin is a great place for families.
Hershey Park in Hershey, Pennsylvania (Photo via Hershey Park)
Less than two hours away from Philadelphia is Hershey, Pennsylvania Here, even the air smells like chocolate. Relax with a chocolate spa day or get your adrenaline pumping with the amusement rides. Take the scenic route to Hershey by stopping in Lancaster’s Amish Country first.
PHOTO: Forsyth Park, Savannah, Georgia. (photo via Pgiam/iStock/Getty Images Plus)
Experience the Old South in Savannah,Georgia with its moss-covered trees and large plantation-style homes. Go on a historic tour of the town.
PHOTO: Grand Canyon (photo via screaming_monkey / Flickr / Creative Commons)
Grand Canyon National Park
Seeing the Grand Canyon should be on everyone’s bucket list—after all, it is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The vastness of the canyon presents a couple of different options as to where you should visit— the North Rim vs the South Rim. Equally important is knowing what time of year you should visit so as to avoid the massive crowds that can deter from the majesty of the site. your belief in ghosts, check out the local beaches or cheer on the Savannah Bananas baseball game at Grayson Stadium. Attendees enter main entrance at Legoland Florida.
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Known as “The Theme Park Capital of the World,” visitors have their choice of entertainment from Walt Disney World to Universal to SeaWorld to Gatorland to LEGOLAND to The Holy Land Experience.
PHOTO: A plate of Buffalo wings. (photo courtesy of Fudio/iStock/Getty Images Plus)❮❯
Buffalo, New York
Located just about thirty minutes from Niagara Falls, Buffalo, New York offers visitors even more attractions for those traveling to the area. Get your fill on the Buffalo Wing Trail, see the revitalized water front and enjoy unique museums like the Herschell Carrousel Factory Museum.
Rock City Falls, Tennessee. (Photo by Lauren Breedlove)
Chattanooga Tennessee is truly blossoming as an ever-growing go-to destination, with developing neighborhoods, a waterfront park and an expanding food scene. Plus, there are all the old stand-bys like the aquarium, Ruby Falls and Rock City.
PHOTO: Daytime scene during Louisville’s Waterfront Fourth (Photo via Sandor Zaldivar)
Louisville, Kentucky is a great destination for any time of the year—not for just the Kentucky Derby. And although there are plenty of museums in the downtown area that are worth checking out—including the Louisville Slugger Museum for any baseball fans—it’s important to venture out to some of the surrounding neighborhoods to enjoy local events and attractions like the Louisville Mega Cavern.
PHOTO: Biltmore Estate, Asheville, North Carolina. (Photo via Flickr/Blake Lewis)
Asheville, North Carolina
Nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina is the utterly unique town of Asheville. From the Friday night drum circle to the largest privately-owned home in the United States to a plethora of delicious eats, there’s something for everyone here in ‘The Land of the Sky.”
PHOTO: Old Faithful geyser at Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park (Photo via wisanuboonrawd/iStock/Getty Images Plus)
Yellowstone National Park
See Old Faithful go off like clockwork, snowmobile in the winter and hike during the summer, or just enjoy the beauty and stillness of nature in the over two million acres of protected land that make up Yellowstone National Park. There are over 400 national parks within the United States, so even if driving out to one of the more well-known parks may seem a little too much for your family, there’s sure to be an option closer to home.
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