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American Panorama
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16 Days - 3833 miles
American Panorama RV Travel Itinerary - Los Angeles to Orlando. If the Great American Southwest is your ticket, we’ve got the trip for you! Start your RV rental in Los Angeles and glide down the road to lively Las Vegas! Our trip plan takes you straight to the Grand Canyon, through historic Tombstone and on to the Gulf Coast. When you’ve followed the road all the way to Orlando, you’ll have many miles of RV-comfortable memories to call your own.
Atlantic Seaboard RV Vacation Itinerary
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16 Days - 2355 miles
There’s something exhilarating about cruising along the Atlantic, exploring quaint villages and seeing some of the best historical sites in America. Why not do your cruising in a motorhome rented through El Monte RV Rentals? Follow this trip plan from Linden, New Jersey to Orlando, FL, through beautiful towns like Mystic, Williamsburg and Myrtle Beach. Plunge into history in Boston and the District of Columbia. If history and scenery are a passion, get started! This Atlantic Seaboard itinerary has it all.
Baja California
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20 Days - 2318 miles
Sometimes a motorhome rental opens the door to more than just scenery. Our Baja California Itinerary plunges you into adventure after adventure. See the grey whales at Guerro Negro. Play a round of golf on a world class course in Cabo San Lucas. Explore the Indian rock paintings at Catavina. Do it all on our suggested trip that stretches from Los Angeles to Cabo, and back. We here to get you started down the Baja in an El Monte RV!
Best of the Wild West
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12 Days - 1629 miles
The best of the Wild West! You will start in Colorado and travel through Wyoming, Nebraska, South Dakota and Utah, seeing where history was made. Meet heroes and heroines such as Calamity Jane, Buffalo Bill Cody, Indian Chief, Crazy Horse and visit breathtaking Mount Rushmore!
California Dreamin'
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11 Days - 1175 miles
In less than 1200 miles and around 10 to 11 nights, you will go on a circle tour from Southern California to Northern California and back again taking in some of the most amazing spectacles California has to offer! From Disneyland to giant Redwood trees; from Yosemite to Big Sur; from Hearst Castle to Malibu beach... All so different and all so amazing!
Florida Beaches
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10 Days - 833 miles
Visit the beaches on the Gulf of Mexico, drive across the Everglades "Alligator Alley" to Miami and then up the East Coast. Visit Safari Park, Kennedy Space Center and Daytona before returning to Orlando for Disney World, Epcot Center and much more!
Grand Canyon & Pueblos RV Vacation Itinerary
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11 Days - 1476 miles
Start on a wonderful trip taking in both Las Vegas and Salt Lake City plus Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Arches National Park, Monument Valley, Lake Powell, Grand Canyon, Route 66 and the Hoover Dam - a real whistle stop tour of some of America's greatest icons.
Las Vegas Celebration
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8 Days - 504 miles
Celebrate Las Vegas style! Whatever the event, follow it with a motorhome "celebration". Why not see the sites and sounds of Las Vegas, Red Rock Canyon and experience the incredible salt flats of Death Valley.
Mountains of the Northwest
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11 Days - 1469 miles
Five of the best loved National Parks of the Pacific Northwest, plus the rugged and scenic Pacific Ocean makes this a wonderful journey of contrasts. You'll visit the soaring volcanic mountains of Washington state, the beaches and coastline of Oregon and California, the world famous wine regions and the magic of San Francisco.
Northeast Discovery
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15 Days - 2256 miles
See it all on this whistle stop tour. New York to Philadelphia and then to the nation's capital, Washington, DC. Historic Williamsburg and the Shenandoah National Park, to a modern icon, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and back to nature at Niagara Falls.
Northwest Adventure Trail
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18 Days - 2828 miles
Northwest RV Travel Itinerary - Bellingham, WA to Bodega Bay, CA If you’ve never experienced the grandeur of Banff or the excitement of San Francisco, you owe it to yourself to follow our Northwest Adventure Trail. We love this trip—scenery, urban night life and the diverse cultures of the Pacific Northwest, all in one vacation. It all starts with an RV rental in Bellingham, WA and rolls through some of the most breathtaking scenery in the world. Don’t miss this journey! It’s one you won’t soon forget.
Route 66 America's Main Street
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12 Days - 2311 miles
Route 66 is a legend. Since 1926, it has provided the way for travelers to follow their dreams. No other highway has been immortalized in song, prose, and film. This journey involves driving on Freeways and stopping at places where the old road still exists.
Southern California Journey
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8 Days - 416 miles
The Best of Southern California: Beaches, Mountains, Deserts…all within a few hours.
Southern Music and Heroes
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13 Days - 2469 miles
In about 400 miles you will see Atlanta, antebellum homes and the gorgeous beaches of Florida's 'Panhandle'. You can take a ferry ride, play the casinos on the Mississippi coast and get really jazzed up in New Orleans. Take a swamp tour, go to the zoo and follow the trails of both Elvis and Bill
Utah's National Parks
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7 Days - 928 miles
Take an awe-inspiring trip to Utah's "Big 5" National Parks.
Whistle Stop California & Nevada
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12 Days - 1525 miles
Begin this tour in Las Vegas, as we have below, or just as easily in Los Angeles or San Francisco. See cities, beaches and National Parks in this whistle stop tour.

Do, please, think about spending longer in some places as there is so much fun to be had along the way.

Southern Music and Heroes

Southern Music and Heroes RV Vacation Itinerary

 

In about 400 miles you will see Atlanta, antebellum homes and the gorgeous beaches of Florida's 'Panhandle'. You can take a ferry ride, play the casinos on the Mississippi coast and get really jazzed up in New Orleans. Take a swamp tour, go to the zoo and follow the trails of both Elvis and Bill.

Destinations

 
Day 1 - Louisville to Atlanta South
420 miles - 7 hours

Pick up your motorhome and drive to your first campground, the Atlanta South RV Resort.  Here you will get used to how your motorhome hooks up to electricity and water. Have a relaxing evening in this lovely location.

 
Atlanta South to Thomasville
Day 2 - Atlanta South to Thomasville
224 miles - 4-5 hours

After an hour and just 62 miles into the drive you will arrive at Tobesofkee Recreation Area - near Macon. You can enjoy fishing, camping, boating, tennis and swimming from one of three white sand beaches. In the afternoon you will continue your drive for a further 160 miles. Consider staying for a night or two at Sugar Mill RV Park, our suggested campground just north of Thomasville.

 
Day 3 - Thomasville to Indian Pass
134 miles - 3 hours

This morning enjoy a visit to Pebble Hill Plantation. The drive is less than 10 miles. This stately home stands amid the magnolias and long leaf pines of southwest Georgia. Pebble Hill covers 3,00 acres and dates back to 1825. The main house furnishings include prime antiques, Audobon prints, and a wealth of sporting art.
 

Next head south, dropping in to see Florida's State capital, Tallahassee, before driving the eastern edge of Apalachicola National Forest to today's suggested campground, Indian Pass Camp.

Situated at the far western end of Apalachicola Bay, the campsite lies in the midst of a beautiful, deeply fertile area, full of unspoiled beaches and rich estuaries. There are no high rises in Indian Pass - just wonderful beaches, oysters and sunsets.

 
Day 4 - Indian Pass to Perdido Beach
210 miles - 4 hours

It's all about the views!  The Gulf Coast beaches of Florida's Forgotten coast.  Follow it around St. Joseph's Bay and stop at the local town, Port St. Joe, for breakfast.  Continue on Highway 98 all the way to Pensacola, following the gulf and through towns and hamlets - Mexico Beach, Panama City Beach, Santa Rosa, Destin and Fort Walton Beach.  Cross the channel to Pensacola and on to tonight's suggested campground, Playa del Rio on Perdido Beach.

 
Day 5 - Perdido Beach to Gulf Port
116 miles - 3 hours

Excitement to start the day:  a trip on the Mobile Bay Ferry, which we suggest you book in advance, from Fort Morgan to Dauphine Island.  Mid channel, you will cross from Florida to Alabama - and after you arrive on Dauphine Island, in just 90 minutes you should be at tonight's suggested campground, Gulf Haven, located near the casinos, the beach and shopping.

 
New Orleans RV Vacation Idea
Day 6 - Gulf Port to New Orleans
80 miles - 1 hr. 30 min.

A highlight of this trip s your stay in New Orleans, and where better than the French Quarter RV Resort.  We don't need to say much about this amazing city, which has in recent years seen such devastation, yet has recovered so amazingly due to the resilience of it's people.  Find more about things to do on www.neworleansonline.com.

 

 
Day 7 - New Orleans to Lafayette
160 miles - 3 hours

Just over 90 miles to Baton Rouge, state capital of Louisiana.  Visit Baton Rouge Zoo where conservation is paramount.   Another 70 miles and you will arrive at our suggested campground - the KOA at Lafayette.  Not well known to international travellers, Lafayette has lots to offer including their scenic byways program.  You've heard of the swamps and wildlife along the Mississippi river?  Why not take a tour?  A specialist is the Atchafalaya Experience who accommodates photographers, birders and lovers of nature who want to see Louisiana's answer to the Grand Canyon, the Atchafalaya.  North America's largest river swamp ranks among the top ten wilderness areas in the United States.

 
Day 8 - Lafayette to Shreveport
217 miles - 4 hours

Head for Shreveport for a little bit of Elvis history.  He got his start here on the stage of the Shreveport Municipal Auditorium, performing for the Louisiana Hayride radio show on October 16, 1954.  Now a National Historic Site containing the Stage of Stars Museum at 705 Elvis Presley Avenue, the auditorium honors famous music legends like Elvis, Hank Williams and Johnny Cash.  On December 15, 1956, immediately after he left the auditorium's stage at the end of his "Farewell to Shreveport" concert, the famous sentence "Elvis has left the building" was coined.  Suggested campground tonight is Tall Pines RV Park, which was voted one of the top 100 Good Sam Parks for 2010!  And, that's out of 1,600 Good Sam parks!

 
Day 9 - Shreveport to Little Rock
217 miles - 4 hours

Cross into Arkansas and touch the Texas border:  you'll even cross into Texas if you stop for a while at Texarkana.  Head for the State Capital where the 45th US President was Governor before moving to the White House.  Bill Clinton's birthplace is at Hope, just up the road from Texarkana and well worth a visit on the way to Little Rock.  We suggest the KOA campground.  Plan to stay a couple of nights so you have time to see the Clinton Presidential Center just ten minutes from the campground.  If you fancy a boogie, River Market District for live music is the place.  

 
Memphis RV Vacation Idea
Day 10 - Little Rock to Memphis
140 miles - 2 to 3 hours

You've seen where his career kicked off in Shreveport, now head for what became Elvis' hometown - Memphis - as well as a great place to visit.  Since you will be visiting Graceland, the campground next door, right by the Heartbreak Hotel is convenient and comfortable.  Elvis became the most celebrated entertainer in the world.  Visit his car museum and "Access Elvis"; see his costumes and go through the Lisa Marie and Hound Dog airplanes.

 
Nashville RV Vacation Idea
Day 11 - Memphis to Nashville
248 miles - 4 to 5 hours

Keep your feet tapping to the rhythm at the home of country music, Nashville, Tennessee.  Don't hang about - just get on the road to our suggested campground the KOA in Nashville, ideally placed in music city.  The on-site tour desk staff will help with tickets to the Grand Ole Opry as well as with shuttles to and from local attractions.  They'll book sightseeing tours leaving right from the campground, including to the homes of many country music stars.

 
Day 12 - Nashville to Stone Mountain
270 miles - 4 to 5 hours

Check out Stone Mountain's website and understand why we're suggesting this area for your last night.  The mountain displays the largest bas relief carving in the world and honors three important names in the Confederate States of America:  Stonewall Jackson, Jefferson Davis and, of course, Robert E. Lee.  Suggested campground - Stone Mountain Park.

 
Day 13 - Returning Your Motorhome
33 miles - 45 minutes

Time to return your motorhome in Elizabethtown. Please fill up with petrol before returning by 11:00am.

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