A road trip is a great way to travel to see more of a certain area without having to depend on public transportation or flights. Many nature destinations in the U.S. including national parks aren’t located near a major airport, so a road trip is the best way to visit them. One great advantage of a road trip is that you can pack a lot more since you have an entire car to fill up.
Pin Share Email Tweet Big Sur is the dramatic coastline in California between Carmel and San Simeon. Here you can find breathtaking views, hiking trails, beaches, waterfalls and more. With so many incredible things to do in Big Sur it
Pin Share Email Tweet Northern California has a number of incredible off-the-beaten-path destinations. This weekend road trip will take you to Lassen Volcanic National Park, a lesser known national park with geothermal features. Next you will visit the beautiful Burney
In Death Valley National Park you can find the lowest elevation point in North America as well as the hottest place on earth. The extreme conditions of the park make for unique natural wonders to explore including the salt flats,
Pin Share Email Tweet Sedona is a town in Arizona surrounded by beautiful red rocks. Sedona offers a perfect destination for a relaxing weekend getaway from the city. Spend time hiking, walking around the shops in the downtown, and dining
Yellowstone National Park is a unique national park that protects an area where large volcanic eruptions happened over 631,000 years ago. The park has diverse wildlife including bison, wolves, bighorn, elk, grizzly bears, black bears, and moose. Within the park
Monument Valley has incredible rock formations formed through erosion by wind and water. You can drive around Monument Valley, hike between the rock formations, watch the sunset and sunrise, and enjoy incredible views. A weekend is the perfect amount of