With 50 states in the USA there is certainly a vast amount to see and do on your motorhome visit there. From the West Coast to the East Coast and the Deep South to the Mid-West, the choice is yours.

Yellowstone

A famous national park that covers Wyoming, Montana and Idaho. This was the first national park in the USA. The park is known for its wildlife and comprises of lakes, canyons, rivers and mountains, a perfect place to set up your motorhome.

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Grand Canyon, Arizona

Whether you have an arranged tour, take a helicopter ride or visit at your own pace this attraction cannot be missed. One of the seven natural wonders of the world it is a truly iconic American experience. Experience the spectacular sunrise and sunsets and set up your motorhome at the Grand Canyons South Rim.

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San Francisco, California

Colourful neighbourhoods and beautiful views are two of the many reasons this city is one of the best. The city boasts world class cuisine, cosy cafes and of course the famous Golden Gate Bridge. The tourist area of Fisherman’s wharf offers spectacular views of Alcatraz. Enjoy a ride on the cable car for the essential San Franciscan experience before settling down for the night in one of the many motorhome campsites.

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New York City

The big apple blends big city splendour with small town charm. Iconic landmarks and towering skyscrapers, the most populous city in the U S set at the forefront of food, fashion, arts and shopping. Visit Time Square, Central Park, Empire State Building or take the ferry to the statue of liberty, you are spoilt for choice in this fantastic city that never sleeps.

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Boston

This city situated on the East Coast has so much to offer visitors. One of the oldest US cities today Boston is thriving port city. Attractions to include boar trips, whale watching, freedom trail and Boston tea party ship. A beautiful city all year round especially during fall.

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New Orleans

New Orleans known for its European style architecture, vibrant live music scene and creole cuisine. It has many festivals, celebrations throughout the year the most notably Mardi Gras. Visit the French Quarter for its buzzing nightlife, Bourbon Street for its Jazz, Jackson Square and St Louis Cathedral.

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Lake Tahoe, Nevada

The largest mountain lake in North America situated in the Sierra Nevada mountain, this is a must see while touring the US in a motorhome. During the winter the resort brings in Skiers and Snowboarders and during the summer it is popular for hiking, scenic drives and lake activities. The most beautiful drive in America, a 72-mile scenic journey unlike any in the world.

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Miami and the Keys

Miami, South Beach, and Key West offers a road trip of under 500 miles so why not experience this in a motorhome and take in the beautiful coast and the sun, sea and beaches. The vibrant food and nightlife scene attract many from around the world but also the city unique art, history and culture is not to be missed.

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San Diego, California

Situated on the coast of Southern California and a city that is known for its beaches, parks and sunshine. Visit Balbour Park or the famous San Diego zoo or take a harbour cruise. With beautiful RV parks around mission bay and Campland on the Bay this city is truly worth visit.

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Chicago, Illinois

A big city in a small town mid-west feel. The perfect place to start your motorhome adventure for the Route 66. Before your journey along 66 starts visit the windy city for its thriving art scene, various shopping district and a mountain of eateries. Walk through the Millennium Park and Lincoln Park Zoo before experiencing the views of the Skydeck Chicago.

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Seattle, Washington

A pacific northwest city with a laid-back attitude. The city’s most iconic attractions include attractions such as Pike Place Market and the Space Needle. Why not start your journey in Seattle and travel down highway 101 in your motorhome to San Francisco and Yellowstone.

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Walt Disney World, Orlando

What better way to visit Disney that in your motorhome and set up at the Fort Wilderness Lodge and Campground. After having busy days at the parks come back to rest and relaxation in the resorts 750 acres of pines and cypress forests with deers, rabbits and ducks roaming around.

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Itineraries and Attractions

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Scenic Canyons Road Trip

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The Big One Route 66 Chicago to Los Angeles and onwards to San Francisco

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Cowboy Country – Colorado and Wyoming

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Florida and the Keys

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Music of the South

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Washington to Orlando

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Tri-State 10 days trip

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