The United States is an amazing country to explore, especially if you are a road trip lover. This country has countless beauties peppered from East to West. In this post, we’ll introduce the top 10 road trips in the U.S.
Florida Keys Scenic Highway, FL
Known as the “Road to Paradise”, this 110 miles long highway, Florida Keys Scenic highway connects Key Largo to Key West, giving you the view of palm trees and turquoise waters.
Saddle Road, HI
Saddle road in Hawaii used to be one of the most dangerous roads in the U.S. but it went under real renovation. Now it’s the “Go-To” road for exploring Hawaii’s eye-catching nature.
North Shore Scenic Drive, MN
This fascinating road is made for nature lovers as it connects eight state parks to each other and offers surreal scenes along the way.
Silverado Trail, CA
Connecting the towns of Napa and Calistoga, Silverado Trail gives you access to stunning wineries, mineral pools along the way.
Beartooth Highway, MT
Open from mid-May through mid-October, Beartooth highway is called “the most beautiful drive in America” by Charles Kuralt, the late CBS correspondent. This highway takes you thru endless breathtaking scenes of snow-topped rocky mountains, the bluest of blue skies, and bypasses through Custer National Forest, Shoshone National Forest, and Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness. The reality is that Beartooth highway has not been changed as much since General Philip Sheridan and his 120 men crossed it during the Civil war.
Blue Ridge Parkway, Carolinas and VA
Taking you through Virginia and North Carolina, Blue Ridge Parkway offers spectacular scenes from the mountains to countless waterfalls. The bonus part is that you also get to explore America’s culture by visiting Cherokee life, and Southern Appalachian crafts and music.
Passing thru eight states and three time zones, Route 66 is probably the most famous road in the States. It connects numerous small towns and large cities. Route 66 is so famous that China made one identical to it!
Pacific Coast Highway, CA
Classical Pacific coast highway connects Northern California to the South, passing from San Francisco, Santa Barbara, to Los Angeles and San Diego. Whether it’s two days or a 3 weeks trip, you want to make sure you stop by each city along the way.
Stowe to Rochester, VT
With Farms, breweries, wineries, creameries, gourmet shops, and restaurants on the sides, this road is heaven on earth for foodies!
Jackson to Yellowstone National Park, WY
This road takes you to Yellowstone National Park, the world’s first national park! Enjoy watching wolves, bison, elk, bears, moose, and dozens of bird species on your trip to this amazing park and thank President Ulysses S. Grant who signed the Yellowstone National Park Protection Act into law.