Road Trips

Two Week New England Road Trip Itinerary

A great loop through American history, high peaks, and picture-perfect countryside, this two-week trip is a “grand tour” in every sense. The full itinerary means quite a bit of time on the road, so those looking for a more leisurely vacation should snip out bits of this route in exchange for extra beach days, hikes, and free time to explore along the way. But if you’ve got an itchy pedal foot and the urge to put in miles, this gives you the lay of the land and the very best of New England.

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Toronto to Ottawa: A Celebratory Canadian Road Trip

Canada is celebrating its 150th birthday in 2017, with festivities from coast to coast. But nowhere will the party be bigger all year long than in Ottawa, the nation’s capital. To get you to Ottawa, we’ve designed a week-long road trip that starts in Toronto and meanders through several uniquely Ontario experiences, from toasting Canada’s birthday in a growing wine- and beer-producing region, to exploring the country’s first capital, en route to Ottawa’s bang-up festivities.

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Canadian Road Trip: Georgian Bay, Ontario

Perfect for outdoor adventurers, a road trip around Georgian Bay takes you to three national parks (where admission is free in 2017, as it is in all Canada’s national parks for Canada’s 150th Anniversary), several provincial parks, and to the world’s largest freshwater island, where you can hike, canoe, and learn more about the area’s aboriginal culture.

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Plan a California Coast Road Trip (Including Detours for Big Sur)

This day-by-day California coast road trip accounts for detours and road closures along key sections of the PCH. This itinerary includes helpful travel maps and is flexible enough to start in San Diego, Los Angeles, or San Francisco. Only have two to four days? Each section can also be its own quick getaway.

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Moon Guides Author Spotlight

Jen Rose Smith

Jen Rose Smith came to Vermont for the mountains and lake, then stayed for everything else. She spends her time exploring the state on bicycles and backcountry skis with her husband, Daniel, searching out the sweetest picnic spots, swimming holes, and snack bars.

Jen is a freelance writer whose work on travel, food, and drink has appeared in Best of Burlington, Local Banquet of Vermont, Vermont Magazine, Traveler’s Tales: Best Women’s Travel Writing, Culinate, and Overnight Buses. Since settling in Vermont, she’s continued to travel extensively, hunting iguanas in Mexico, cooking in Italy’s, and riding her bicycle across Newfoundland’s wilderness. Her adventures in Vermont while researching and writing Moon New England Road Trip have been just as compelling, and there’s no other place she’d rather live.

Jen Rose Smith is the author of Moon New England Road Trip and Moon Vermont.