Summer is just around the corner, which means it’s time to start planning summer vacation trips. While there are a plethora of places to visit in an overland trailer, the continental U.S. has a bounty of exciting and scenic road trips worth considering.
Black Series travel trailers make it simple to travel just about anywhere, thanks to their independent suspension, built-in power system, and sizeable water tanks. So, any of these impressive routes are worth trying for a great summer adventure.
So, let’s look at some of the most popular scenic road trips to enjoy this season:
The Florida Keys
When it comes to dazzling scenery, Florida pulls out all the stops. So, consider taking a road trip along U.S. Route 1, otherwise known as the Overseas Highway, which covers a stretch from Miami through the Florida Keys to Key West. Further, the highway links together several islands like a string of pearls, offering travelers the chance to take in the crystalline blue ocean views and traverse the 7 Mile Bridge, one of the largest bridges in the world.
Florida is known for its balmy summer temperatures, making stops along the way at the various pristine beaches a must. Further, The Sunshine State is home to the only living coral barrier reef in the United States, making it an excellent location for snorkeling and diving. In addition, it is home to the Everglades National Park, a reserve with wildlife like manatees, American crocodiles, and other fascinating critters. Besides the natural wonders of this area, a short detour will land visitors at Disney Land, a theme park for all ages.
So, travelers looking for sunshine, ocean views, salty air, and various fun activities may want to consider this tropical road trip.
California’s 17-Mile Drive
Skipping over to the western coast of the United States, the 17-Mile Drive in California provides travelers with a unique ocean experience. While the stretch isn’t that long, spanning only a ten-mile drive, it offers tourists the opportunity to take in some of the most breathtaking views in the state. An $11.25 entrance fee to the path gains visitors access to the privately-owned road just off Highway 1. Here travelers can take in the views of the Monterey Peninsula as they make their way through the Del Monte Forests, which give rise to weather-beaten cliffs and hordes of harbor seals.
While there isn’t a spot to park a camper trailer along the stretch, a few sites nearby are perfect for setting-up a Black Series RV.
For those travelers who revel in the beauty of wide-open plains, the Bluebonnet Trail in Texas is a must-see. Ideal for those wanting to take a trip in late spring, the strip between Houston and Austin is breathtaking between March and May when the wild Bluebonnets are in bloom. Fields and fields of blue span as far as the eye can see, offering an Insta-worthy photo opportunity.
Additionally, there are plenty of places to park an off road trailer and enjoy the wilderness. For instance, from Austin, travelers will encounter a series of seven lakes, including Lake Buchanan, that link up to the Colorado River, providing an exceptional fishing experience.
Although Black Series equips its off grid trailers with full-sized appliances, propane stoves, and all the necessary requirements to make a sumptuous meal, not all travelers want to cook on their road trip. As a result, those looking to explore the culinary delights of the West Coast may want to experience California’s Silverado Trail.
Along this route, the scenery and gourmet offerings are in strong contention, one as exquisite as the other. The Silverado Trail, located on Napa Valley’s eastern edge, takes a meander through the extensive vineyards of over 40 wineries, offering travelers the opportunity to stop off and sample great wines and sumptuous cuisine. Some of the highlights along the way include the Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars and the French Laundry Restuarant.
Road trippers traveling in an overland trailer from Black Series looking for a route that combines natural vegetation and endless sea views may want to head out to Oregon’s Highway 101.
Situated between Port Orford and Brookings, the 300-mile stretch provides a breathtaking contrast between Oregon’s farmlands and captivating cliffs that look out over the ocean.
Since the entire Oregon coastline is owned by the state, travelers can enjoy uninterrupted views of the state’s natural beauty. Offering multiple places to set up camp in an off road camper trailer, the route also gives rise to several quaint towns that offer dining and shopping.
The Kancamagus Highway in New Hampshire, more commonly known as “the Kanc,” offers a unique and breathtaking tour through the state’s beautiful forested areas.
Ideal for a road trip at any time of year, the stretch takes travelers across the White Mountains and Swift River. In addition to offering excellent hiking trails and kayaking, the route gives rise to several dazzling waterfalls. However, one of the best times to visit is late summer heading into fall, when the leaves of the Maple, Alder, and Birch trees start to turn, offering a show of vibrant reds, yellows, and oranges.
As a result, this has become a top destination for RV travelers in the U.S.
When it comes to summer travel in the U.S., there are many exciting places to see, from the glistening coastlines to the mountainous regions and never-ending stretches of desert. Each holds its own unique beauty and plethora of fun activities, from dune-boarding and kayaking to hiking and flower-picking. There is something for everyone, and summer makes it that much more enjoyable.
Traveling with friends or family aboard a Black Series offroad trailer makes it simple to head off the beaten path to enjoy a more immersive experience at these sites, all while living in luxury. So, start planning the summer road trip of a lifetime with family and Black Series.
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