The U. S. is a vast nation with a wide network of national parks and historic landmarks that appeal to many travelers. What better way to see some of America's most notable spots than with a motorhome? Motorhomes are, basically, homes away from homes in which travelers can pack their family and friends for a prolonged road trip in style.
Each motorhome model varies in features and accessories, but can usually sleep up to eight passengers comfortably, making the motorhome a cost-saving and efficient way to see America up close and personal. If you're just getting into motorhome travel or have been vacationing in motorhomes for years, be sure to hit up these popular trips for motorhome trekkers:
Yellowstone National Park
Perhaps more than anywhere else in the country, you'll find a plethora of motorhomes in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone is home to some of the country's most celebrated wonders, including wildlife, geysers and hot springs. No matter what time of year you head to this well-trafficked national park, you're sure to find something to hold your interest.
One of the reasons that so many travelers choose to vacation in Yellowstone from motorhomes is because of the scarcity of camping sites and hotels within the park itself. Campers often have to book their campsites months in advance, and even hotels can be hard to afford, if they are available. However, a motorhome offers comfortable accommodations anywhere, anytime, facilitating a worry-free trip for all involved.
Route 66 is the nation's most celebrated cross-country roads, which connects the east coast to the west coast and back again. The route, which was made famous in the mid twentieth century through popular culture music and artifacts, winds through scenic towns, such as Flagstaff, Arizona, and takes travelers through mile after mile of America's beautiful country side. Folks in motorhomes can drive into one of the many motorhome parks or they can pull into a parking lot for a few hours of sleep before taking in another day of this historical landmark highway.
How can you get from Key West to Bangor, Maine without turning right? Find Interstate 95! I-95 is the one and only road that connects the east coast's southern-most point to its northern-most point, making it one of the nation's most travelled highways. Drivers will roll through countryside, wine country, sunny beaches, and steep mountains while taking their motorhomes up and down I-95. Plus, with the copious truck stops along the way, motorhome travelers will always have a safe place to pull over for a night's rest.
No matter what you plan to do with your motorhome vacation, be sure to take a full tank of gas, fridge full of snacks, and camera. You'll love winding through the country's back roads, speeding along the highways, and stopping for a comfortable night's rest - even when a hotel isn't in sight. Efficiency, comfort, and style are three attributes for which motorhomes will always be known.
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