It’s time to start thinking about your next road trip. We have all been cooped up for most of the year indoors or in our home states looking to vacation, road trip, and just explore the beautiful country we live in. If you own an RV, this is the year to start planning an RV road trip. Go dust off the cobwebs and clean up the rust because your family is looking to explore the country.
There are many places in the United States that should be explored, but there are also ones that are best traveled to in an RV or camper.
The original Route 66 went from Chicago to Santa Monica, California. It was featured in Hollywood, as well as literature for years. Now, it has been split up since and is not considered a part of the U.S. highway system. This happened in 1985, but it is divided into various National Scenic Byways. There are plenty of places to stop along the Route, and you can really discover the heart of the country by exploring these byways.
This area is of course a classic for many Americans. The amazing canyon will leave you in awe when you see it. This is one of the best places to travel to in your RV. If you want to experience what this country has to offer in beautiful landscapes, the Grand Canyon won’t let you down. Travel to either the South Rim or the North Rim for different perspectives.
Blue Ride Parkway
The Blue Ridge Parkway is the perfect place to drive your RV on a road trip. Not only is the parkway settled right into the mountains, it gives you a magnificent view of the Appalachians and two national parks with the Shenandoah and Smoky Mountain. You can explore miles of wilderness in Virginia and North Carolina when road tripping on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Big Sur, California
Big Sur in California is also another perfect spot for an RV road trip. Get to know the California coast by driving up or down the coast and witness the beautiful beaches and ocean California has to offer. There are plenty of RV campsites you can park and rest nearby.
Why Choose to Road Trip in an RV?
RV Road Trips are great vacations for the family. They can be very educational to kids because it allows them to see parts of the country they would never think to see. You also have the opportunity to make great memories when traveling on the road in an RV. One of the biggest benefits of road tripping in an RV is the fact that you can pull over almost anywhere and camp for the night. You don’t have to spend money on expensive hotels or house rentals either, which means it can create more of an opportunity to spend your money elsewhere.
Update and Repair Your RV
At Hemet Valley RV, we have been repairing RV siding and doors for the RV industry for many years. We encourage people who have RV’s to go out and road trip with an updated and safe vehicle. Contact Hemet Valley RV at 951-765-5075 today or visit us online for more information about our RV siding repairs and storage in California.