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The Ultimate Summer Road Trip Plan

Long road trips are perfect for summer travels and exploration. The United States has some beautiful scenery to offer across the map. Take your RV to some of these beautiful sites and national parks nearby.

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Where should you go for your ultimate summer road trip?

Head to Florida Keys, Utah, Texas, and Colorado for some wonderful routes for you to explore. Here are some beautiful scenic options for your next summer road trip:

  1. U.S. 1, Florida Keys
  2. Route 12, Utah
  3. Bluebonnet Trail, Texas
  4. Trail Ridge Road, Colorado

1) U.S. 1, Florida Keys

Known as the highway that goes to sea, this overseas highway is an incredible engineering feat. Visitors can see colorful seascapes and swaying palms as they watch the horizon change colors traveling over the bridge. 

2) Route 12, Utah

This All American road is something truly spectacular to see. The scenery consists of orange mountains and forest trees. There are also rest stops on route for gourmet coffee and fine cuisine.

Pro Tip: Avoid taking large RVs on mountain trails. You can opt for taking something smaller like your toy hauler instead. 

3) Bluebonnet Trail, Texas

Visitors can find blankets of blue flowers covering the hills and meadows of central and southeastern Texas from late March through early April. Located 35 miles south of Dallas in a city called Ennis, people come for the bluebonnet trails and sightseeing.

4) Trail Ridge Road, Colorado

Located by Rocky Mountain National Park is Trail Ridge Road in Colorado. It covers the 48 miles between Estes Park on the park’s east side and Grand Lake on the west. Road trip to the Trail Ridge tundra for a place of vibrant life and vivid colors.

The Ultimate Summer Road Trip

Have a great time on your summer road trip with friends and family! These scenic routes will make for great memories on the road with your loved ones. Remember to make sure your RV has been serviced and is ready to hit the road before getting started. 

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