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Recent Road Trip Articles

  • North Carolina Road Trips: The State’s Best Scenic Drives A winding road cuts around the edge of a heavily forested mountain.Resident and author Jason Frye shares four great drives to experience the natural beauty of North Carolina, including the gorgeous Cherohala Skyway.
  • Driving Tours of the Grand Canyon’s South Rim Sunset over the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.Interested in driving historic Hermit Road or the scenic 23-mile stretch known as Desert View Drive? Here’s everything you need to know about driving tours of the Grand Canyon’s beautiful South Rim.
  • Essential Information about Driving in the Grand Canyon A stunning sunrise over the Grand Canyon.For the most part, driving in Grand Canyon National Park is relatively easy—so easy that it can lead to a false sense of security. Here are some key tips to make your drive a successful one, including information on backcountry driving, road conditions, and where to fill up your tank.
  • Shenandoah National Park: Scenic Drives, Hiking, Camping, and More Shenandoah National Park in Virginia.Shenandoah National Park is 75 miles west of Washington DC. Whether you’re interested in road tripping Skyline Drive or hiking Old Rag Mountain, author Michaela Gaaserud tells you what you need to know to enjoy the park.
  • Take a 10-Day Family Road Trip in Arizona Red Rock State Park in Sedona, Arizona.Phoenix, Scottsdale, and Sedona offer a diverse range of activities for the whole family. Start in the Valley of the Sun and explore downtown Phoenix’s museums and parks, then head north to Sedona for a series of outdoor adventures. Finally, make your way back to Scottsdale for some Old West fun. Here’s some more information ...

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Recent California Road Trip Articles

  • A Road Trip through California’s Gold Country Wineries A quaint wooden sign hangs in a green garden before a two story historic B&B.Almost every corner of the Gold Country now has wineries and tasting rooms offering homegrown estate vino to visitors. Fun and unpretentious, these wineries often feature vintners working in their own tasting rooms. Christopher Arns shares some of the best options for wine tasting in the Gold Country.
  • Discover the California Road Trip Low waves roll in to a sandy beach surrounded by tall sandstone cliffs.Take a look at a map of California, and you’ll discover that some of the top destinations in the country are within a day’s drive of one another: San Francisco, Yosemite, and Los Angeles. Push past the state’s borders and add Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon, and you’ll have the road trip of a ...
  • Road Trip to Yosemite: Route Suggestions from SF, LA, or LV View from the center of a two-land highway with mountains and a hint of a lake in the distance.Yosemite has five different park entrances, which makes it easily accessible from a variety of destinations. For those traveling from San Francisco, Los Angeles, or Las Vegas, here are the easiest ways to get to the park.
  • Visiting Los Angeles with Road Trip Expert Jamie Jensen City lights spread out, cut through by a ribbon of light made from tail and headlights.Love it or hate it, one thing you can’t do about L.A. is ignore it. Road trip expert Jamie Jensen has recommendations for where to eat and where to stay when you’re there. In keeping with the city’s car-centered culture, he also suggests a tour that focuses on a pair of quintessential L.A. drives.
  • Gateways to Yosemite: Places to Stay Outside the Park Water pools around small smooth stones with the grassy valley and rising mountains in the distance.If you want a small inn or inexpensive motel for your visit to Yosemite, consider staying outside the park proper and driving in each day. Here are some great accommodations located in towns near both the west and south entrances to the park, as well as restaurants and other useful stops nearby.