Most Iconic Road Trips in Every State

Hitting the road to get away from it all and explore new places has never felt more thrilling.

Whether you’re looking for roads less traveled or a cheaper way to vacation, here are The Most Iconic Road Trips in Every State to inspire your next holiday.

Explore the 32-mile-long peninsula of sugar-white sand beaches, watch for dolphins, and fish, or visit the 200-year-old Fort Morgan on the coastal roads of AL-180 and  AL-182.

Alabama’s Mobile to Fort Morgan

Alaska’s Anchorage to Seward

Alaska is a regular destination on people’s bucket lists. Whether you’re looking to extend a cruise or prefer road trip vacations, driving the Seward Highway is awe-inspiring.

Enjoy Flagstaff’s college culture and star gazing at Lowell Observatory. For a grand finale, explore the South Rim of The Grand Canyon 90 minutes away.

Arizona’s Phoenix to the Grand Canyon

This 32-mile road trip on National Scenic Byway State Route 169 is perfect for a day trip or staycation. Leave the crowds behind and explore small, quaint New England towns and countryside.

Connecticut’s Lisbon to North Woodstock

This road trip features six state parks offering soaring sand dunes, lakeside relaxation, and rugged hiking.

Indiana’s Northern State Parks Loop

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