America is calling. From sea to shining sea, our country is filled with opportunities for adventure, exploration, and good old-fashion relaxation. Home to majestic national parks, music cities, and long weekend escapes, the United States invites you to step away and enjoy the scenes in your own backyard. Whether you’re looking to take a cross-country road trip or discover one of North America’s vibrant cities, AAA is here to help you plan.
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Soak up views of iconic Northwest landmarks on the Grand Pacific Northwest Road Trip, which covers 550 miles in Oregon and Washington state. From the waterfalls along the Historic Columbia River Highway to the summer wildflowers of Mount Rainier National Park, this road trip is sure to please nature lovers. For even more adventures in the “upper left” of the U.S.
See the signature haze of the Great Smoky Mountains on the Smoky Mountains Road Trip, a 500-mile loop that provides plenty of ooh- and aah-worthy views of America’s most-visited national park. AAA’s route begins and ends in Knoxville, Tenn., and includes stops in fun mountain towns like Gatlinburg, Tenn., and Asheville, N.C.
Vegas to National Parks
A multiday road trip from Las Vegas is a great way to explore the southwest and check off a few bucket list items. AAA’s Vegas to National Parks to Vegas Road Trip covers 860 miles in Nevada, Arizona and Utah, and includes stops at manmade landmarks like the Hoover Dam and Route 66 as well as at natural wonders like the Grand Canyon and the hoodoos of Bryce Canyon.
Northern CA & Southern OR Coast
Definitely not short on scenery, the Northern CA & Southern OR Coast Road Trip can easily be split up over a few days so you have plenty of time for exploration. You’ll start in California’s Central Valley, then wind your way up the Pacific coast to see towering redwoods, quaint beach towns, shifting sand dunes and breathtaking ocean views on Oregon’s US 101.
It’s sunny skies ahead on the Southern California Road Trip, a 7-hour journey from Los Angeles to Temecula wine country that features palm tree-dotted beaches, coastal cliffs, rugged desert canyons and a stop in San Diego. Travel editors recommend you plan this trip for spring or fall, as temperatures at some points along the drive can top 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
From the towering cacti of the Sonoran Desert to the Wild West saloons of Tombstone, photo-worthy sights are aplenty on a Southern Arizona Road Trip. You’ll pass through the vibrant cities of Tucson and Scottsdale on this trip, which has art galleries, authentic Mexican restaurants and splurge-worthy resorts along the way.
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Road Trip Discounts & Savings
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