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Get Inspired With Our Most Recent Road Trip Articles

Whether you’re looking for a long stretch of blacktop to cruise at whim or lots of scheduled stops for great eats and interesting sights, Moon has your road trip covered. Here are our four most recent articles to get you started, or dig deeper and browse the latest Moon travel articles for all articles on Road Tripping.

A traveler crosses a footbridge to the Marquette Harbor Lighthouse.

Road Trip the Best of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Road trip the best of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The route outlined here will offer the most efficient way of limiting your driving time to segments of just a few hours while allowing you to take in as many attractions as possible.

A curvy mountain road flanked by trees in autumn colors.

Tips for Driving Hudson River Valley

Traveling by car affords the opportunity to meander along scenic back roads, across one-lane bridges, and down bumpy dirt roads, but it also means dealing with traffic congestion, toll roads and bridges, and other considerations–like wildlife! Be prepared with these handy driving tips for the Hudson River Valley.

Roadside America is a giant 3/8-to-the-inch scale model of bygone Americana, fleshed out with animated scenes that trace a typical day in the life of the country—circa 1930s.

Roadside America Miniature Village

Built by Reading native Laurence Gieringer, Roadside America is a giant 3/8-to-the-inch scale model of bygone Americana, fleshed out with animated scenes that trace a typical day in the life of the country—circa 1930s, when Roadside America first opened to the public.

Tracing the ridges and hillsides of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Blue Ridge Parkway hosts millions of visitors every year.

2-Week Itinerary for a Blue Ridge Parkway Road Trip

The Blue Ridge Parkway hosts millions of visitors every year. In just two weeks, you can drive the 716 miles from Washington DC to Knoxville via one of the greatest scenic roads in the nation. You can also easily reverse this route by beginning in Knoxville and ending in DC.