One of America's favorite road trips, the 469-mile long Blue Ridge Parkway stretches from Virginia to North Carolina, riding along the spine of the Appalachians most of the way with hundreds of spectacular views around countless corners.
Visit America’s most visited National Park and you’ll enjoy the many historic log buildings, a wide range of wildlife in diverse ecosystems, extensive hiking trails and stunning viewpoints from scenic drives and mountain peaks.
One of America's Classic Driving routes - the Overseas Highway. Take your convertible, swimwear and partner for a day in the sun, exploring beaches, parks, towns and history along the way. Tour Northbound AND Southbound.
Between climbing three historic lighthouses, searching for wild horses in the dunes, building sandcastles, surfing and fishing and paddling around, and soaking up the sun - there's a rich selection of cultural, natural and historic places of interest.
Shenandoah National Park is home to hundreds of animals, historic sites, beautiful views and unique hiking trails. The most popular activity is to drive the famous Skyline Drive - all 105 miles along the spine of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Vermont's Main Street. A road trip for those that like food sampling, shops with arts & crafts and the prettiest New England towns, villages and covered bridges. And when it's fall you'll be blinded by the autumn colors.