Scenic and Historic Highway Drives

Scenic and Historic Highway Drives

Scenic and Historic Highway Drives

 

When it comes to road trips in the United States, we are gifted with some of the most beautiful driving vistas in the world. Whether it be the Pacific Coast Highway or Old Route 66, there is so much in store for the RV enthusiast. Besides the better known routes, here are a few byways you may not have considered, and perhaps should!

Arkansas: Talimena Scenic Drive

At only 54 miles, this winding drive includes some of the most beautiful autumn colors you will see. Equally breathtaking in Spring when the wildflowers are in bloom.

Indiana: Ohio River Scenic Byway

Spotted with vineyards, art galleries, and historic small towns, this 303 mile stretch of beautiful forest and meadow is simply magical. Clifty Falls State Park is along this route with its gorgeous limestone cliffs for a change of scene.

Massachusetts: Mohawk Trail

One of the most scenic drives in New England. As the name suggests, the original trail was a part of life to Native Americans. When you see how beautiful this stretch of highway is, you will understand why.

Missouri: Highway 19

The Ozark National Scenic Waterways are some of the most beautiful terrain in the world and Highway 19 runs right through much of it. Nearly 200 miles of lakes and mountains.

North Carolina: Blue Ridge Parkway

This 470 mile stretch through Appalachia is simply one of the most charming drives in America. You will need to plan for more than a single day in order to take it all in, but it will be worth it for sure.

Utah: US Highway 89

This is 124 miles of every terrain that the diverse State of Utah has to offer. From sweeping canyon lands to gorgeous mountain passes, it will take your breath away.

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