The United States is the perfect country for a road trip. Along with incredible scenery at almost every turn, you’ll find teeny towns and huge cities to break up the trip.

Since it is such a big country, flying between destinations means that you’ll miss out on seeing some of the best parts.

When you hire an RV for your holiday, you’ll be able to enjoy the freedom to change your mind and make different decisions based on recommendations from locals and other travellers.

In America, you’ll see glaciers, mountains, deserts, coastlines, forests, small-town America and famous cities like New York.


One great option is Route 66 which is from Chicago to LA, however there are also many other great routes that can take you all around the United States, so you can choose your path based on how long you have, where you’ve been before, and what you want to see next.

You may not have heard of the amazing Border to Border Route 93, but if you want to see some of the variety that the American landscape has to offer, this is the perfect chance. You’ll be driving along 1,457 miles from Canada to Mexico (or vice versa), and you’ll get to drive through four different states, traveling down the Loneliest Road in America and stopping in Las Vegas for some serious partying. You’ll also need your camera since you’ll stop at the Hoover Dam, Jasper National Park and Flathead Indian Reservation.

Another great road trip for those with an RV, is the Great Northern Route US 2. The main reason why you’ll want an RV is because it’s a lot longer than Border to Border so you’ll want the comfort and ability to take some time for a nap whenever you like.

You’ll travel through 2571 miles, and will go in and out of Canada on the way. You’ll also get to drive along the famous Theodore Roosevelt International Highway and will get to see farm lands, mountain ranges, national parks and great lakes. You’ll also get to see Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone National Park, Niagara Falls, towns like Main and Vermont and cities like Washington and New York (you can also detour to Chicago and Detroit).


Another fun driving route is the Gold Rush Route 49, and this is a great option for history buffs. You’ll be able to follow all of the roads that the fortune hunters took way back in the 1800s. The route number also comes from the immigrants who were looking for all the gold, since they were called “49ers.”

You’ll get to see the Empire Mine State Historic Park, Angels Camp Museum and the Kennedy Mines along the way.

If you only have a small amount of time, the Going to the Sun road is just a quick 50 miles of driving, however it also includes one of the most dangerous roads- Logan pass which is 6,646 feet high.


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