Washington DC to Frederick
There are so many sights and sites you could fill a fortnight in Washington, DC so be sure to spend a few nights here enjoying all the capital has to offer before setting off on your motorhome holiday! Visit Capitol Hill, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, the Smithsonian and the Kennedy gravesite in Arlington National cemetery. It is just a short drive from Washington, DC to Frederick, Maryland. Surrounded by mountain views, wineries, orchards and vibrant Main Street communities. Overnight at Cunningham Falls State Park located in the picturesque Catoctin Mountains with plenty of outdoor activity opportunities. Visitors can hike on the Appalachian Trail, visit Maryland’s largest brewery, and tour a battlefield all in one day. https://goo.gl/aJLZW7
A place to stay: Cunningham Falls State Park
Frederick to Shenandoah
Today you are heading for Shenandoah National Park with over 500 miles of hiking trails and 196,000 acres Shenandoah National Park provides unique opportunities for bird watching, wildlife viewing, discovering the natural world, or simply admiring spectacular vistas. Drive the whole length of the Skyline Drive with outstanding views at each of the overlooks along the way.
A place to stay: Shenandoah Family Campground
Shenandoah to Williamsburg
Travel the Skyline Drive south to Waynesboro and just over two hours is Williamsburg, one of America’s favourite family destinations. Take the opportunity to maybe swing from the trees at Go Ape; march with Colonial Williamsburg’s Fifes and Drums or thrill to world-class roller coasters at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, one of the World’s Most Beautiful Theme Park. Make time to visit historical attractions like Jamestown Settlement and Yorktown Victory Center which offer hands-on exhibits and displays.
A place to stay: American Heritage RV Park
Williamsburg to Virginia Beach
Spend the next couple of nights camping in First Landing State Park where English colonists first landed in 1607. Native American canoes, Colonial settlers, 20th century schooners and modern cargo ships have navigated the park’s waterways and legend has it that Blackbeard hid in the Narrows. As Virginia’s most-visited state park, it’s an oasis within urban Virginia Beach.
A place to stay: First Landing State Park
Virginia Beach to Kitty Hawk
Leaving Virginia head South to North Carolina and the Outer Banks, a 330 mile stretch of barrier island beaches, two national seashores and dozens of charming small towns, the pristine landscape of the North Carolina coast is made for relaxation. Explore the seven coastal lighthouses, taste exquisite seafood caught the same day. Witness the mystique of wild horses and native wildlife in picturesque settings. Visit the Wright Brothers Memorial, home of the first powered flight
A place to stay: Kitty Hawk RV Park
Kitty Hawk to Wilmington
Take the scenic drive today from the Kitty Hawk area down the coast taking the ferries where needed and make your way to Wilmington, with both village charm and a cosmopolitan lifestyle, the Wilmington Historic River District and Island Beaches offers great dining, unique shops and vibrant nightlife. Downtown, stop at a quaint café, take a garden stroll, tour local film sites or board Battleship North Carolina.
A place to stay: KOA Campground Wilmington
Wilmington to Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach boasts 115 golf courses, each designed to protect the natural habitat and wildlife indigenous to the area. Technically challenging and aesthetically beautiful, the greens have been created by world-famous architects. Visit Broadway at the Beach with 350 acres of fun, it is the most popular tourist destination in the Myrtle Beach Area with a wide range of outstanding activities for visitors of all ages.
A place to stay: KOA Campground Myrtle Beach
Myrtle Beach to Savannah
Say farewell to South Carolina and hello to Georgia as you travel to beautiful and historic Savannah. With its pedestrian-friendly layout and innovative urban design, Savannah serves as a balm for the senses. The city inspires visitors with its emerald tree canopy, quaint cobblestone streets and majestic architecture. Enroute visit Charleston defined by its cobblestone streets, horse-drawn carriages and pastel antebellum houses.
A place to stay: Skidaway Island State Park
Savannah to Orlando
Now it’s time to head to the sunshine state and its world of theme parks: Walt Disney World, Universal Orlando® Resort, SeaWorld. How many days have you got? Enjoy as much of it as you can…
A place to stay: KOA Campground Kissimmee
Abridged version of an itinerary supplied by our Motorhome Partners in USA