10 Best Spring Break Roads Trips10:22 AM
Looking for something to do for spring break? Why not cross a few things off your bucket list with some of these classic Spring Break road trips, and some not so normal ones too. Everyone heads South for Spring, but there are a few places in the North that you won’t want to miss either! Check out our list of the 10 best Spring Break road trips.
The Florida Keys – Travel from Miami down to the Florida Keys. See the sights along the way and end at the southernmost point in the United States. Hit Duval Street in Key West and hit up the nightlife or enjoy the beaches.
Wine Country – Take the California Wine Country Road Trip. Stop at the vineyards along the way and do the wine tasting. Have lunch and dinner surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery in the country.
Loews Coronado Bay – This destination allows you to take in the beaches, the 2 zoos, museums, water sports and more. The drive to your destination can be fun too, don’t forget to look out your window along the way!
Wisconsin Dells – The Wisconsin Dells is famous for their water parks, both indoor and outdoor. Come and enjoy the lazy rivers, slides, whirlpools and every water ride you can imagine. The road trip through Wisconsin Dairy country shouldn’t be missed either!
Road trip through the south – This 7-day road trip through the south starts in Winston-Salem, NC and ends in Savannah, GA. It has everything planned out including some of the greatest attractions along the way.
Texas Hill Country Bluebonnet Tour – This road trip will allow you to take in some of the most beautiful bluebonnets in bloom along the way. Start in Austin and take U.S. 290 west to Johnson City’s along the Wildflower Loop. Then head along U.S. 281 N to Burnet, which has been labeled the official bluebonnet capital of Texas.
Pacific Coast Highway – The famous drive along the West Coast along the Pacific Ocean taking in the beaches and scenery. There are plenty of landmarks to stop and see along the way.
Route 66 – The iconic route 66 road trip. This route has some of the most popular tourist destinations and restaurants. Great things to see like Meramec Caverns, the Brady District in Tulsa, Oklahoma and the Route 66 Museum.
Acadia All American Road, Maine – Visiting The Arcadia National Park and traveling Park Loop Road will take your breath away. The natural beauty is impressive and you can’t beat a drive through New England on the way there!
Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway – The Dinosaur Highway loops through western Colorado and eastern Utah. This trip hits everything from the Dinosaur Quarry to some of the best Dinosaur museums in the country.
Have you taken any spring break road trips? Which one has been your favorite?