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5 Best American Road Trips One Must Travel Once in Lifetime

Last updated : Aug 24, 2015

Long Drives make you experience the best parts of nature. You can feel the wind as it touches you and whispers in your ears. Road trips are classic American pastime. There’s no better way to experience the delightful harbor towns, dramatic vistas and rocky cliffs that point at America’s diverse landscape than a road trip. We believe that Road Trips, if accessible, are the best way to travel around. We have made a list of a few breathtaking road trips in America, so pack your bags and jump into the car as these trips eagerly await you.

5 Most Awesome American Road Trips You Must Travel Through

1. Boston to Rockport, Massachusetts

The Massachusetts coast is alluring, dotted with historic fishing towns. On the way you will find Salem.: It’s home to the infamous Salem witch hunts but it’s also quaint and beautiful. Good Harbor Beach and theFisherman’s Memorial are worth seeing, and you can also go whale-watching. End up in Rockport, a boho art colony where artists are inspired by a 150-year-old red fishing shack on Bradley Wharf. Or check out Halibut Point State Park.

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2. Kohala Coast to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Start at Kohala Coast and then take a dip at Maniniowali Beach, known to locals as Kua Bay.Head south At Highway 11, stop at Coffee Shack, Have a strong cup Kona coffee, then continue on to the 180-acrePuuhonua O Honaunau National Park. It’s a beautiful drive along old lava fields and tropical forestry for about 40 miles. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, has lava caves to explore.

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3. Reno Loop, Nevada

Start with rock climbing at Whitney Peak Hotel. Next, take Nevada State Route 431 to Incline Village on the coast of Lake Tahoe. Stop here to play some tennis, or go sailing. Get back in the car and take Nevada State Route 28 to Stateline. Heavenly Mountain Resort’s activity center at the top of the gondola includes a zipline and rope courses. Take the State Route 341 to Virginia City. Virginia City is also packed out of ghosts, so check out haunted sites like The Washoe Club Haunted Museum, Piper’s Opera House, or the Silver Queen Hotel.


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4. Napa Valley to Mendocino, California

Hit some of the wine tastings and tours in Napa Valley. You can also check out the Boyes Hot Springs at the Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa. In Healdsburg, you can stop to soak up some of the wine with fresh, crafted cupcakes at Moustache Baked Goods. You’ll pass through small towns, tree-lined streets, open sky, end up on Highway 1 along the rugged coast, until you reach the rustic town of Mendocino. It is embroidered with Cyprus forests and picturesque cliff sides, many that overlook blowholes and sea caves.


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5.From Austin to Marfa, Texas

From Austin take U.S. 290 to I-10. About an hour and a half from Austin, the small town of Fredericksburg attracts tourists with family-run shops on Main Street. It’s also known for Enchanted Rock, a former spiritual holy ground for Native Americans. After six hours you will arrive at Marfa, a peculiar, trippy town run by an artist colony. Keep your eyes out for mysterious lights in the town ,hovering radiant balls of white, yellow, and red light.


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