BLUE RIDGE MOUNTAINS- VIRGINIA
The Blue Ridge mountains houses a parkway that is about 469 miles of pure beauty. It all begins in Front Royal, Virginia, and runs all the way down to Cherokee, North Carolina.
ELK COUNTRY LOOP- PENNSYLVANIA
The mountain forests in this part of Pennsylvania is gorgeous and is known for its inspiring beauty, especially in the fall as the colors of the leaves turn orange, mustard and scarlet. This loop makes for a wonderful road trip.
TOWN OF FALLS VILLAGE- CONNETICUIT
This village is filled with miles of stone canals running along the Housatonic River and the great falls. The churches, railroad depot, streets and houses have also maintained their 19th century integrity which makes for a unique sight on this road trip.
POINT MUGU STATE PARK- CALIFORNIA
Point Mugu State Park makes for a great road trip as it is located in the Santa Monica Mountains. It has five miles of ocean shoreline, with rocky bluffs, sandy beaches, sand dunes, rugged hills and uplands, two major river canyons and wide grassy valleys.
FREEDOM TRAIL- MASSACHUSETTS
The Freedom Trail is about a 2.5-mile route that leads you to 16 historically significant sites where you can explore museums, meetinghouses, churches, and burying grounds while learning about the brave people who shaped our nation.
LAKE HURON- MICHIGAN
This route, driving along Lake Huron you will see one small resort town after another in your view. You can go alongside the marina, explore the beach or drive and view the murals on the community playhouse.