We're heading out next Wed. for our fall trip to see friends in Maine then on to New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and PEI.
After Canada, we'd like to head back to Florida a different way. I'd like us to cross through New Hampshire and Vermont into New York, then proceed south from somewhere in New York. Problem is, I know nothing about these 3 states except from articles I've read and photos I've seen which made me think they offer things we enjoy. We both been to Niagara Falls, my husband as an adult, and I as a very young teenager. Even though that was many years ago, we wouldn't want to include the Falls on this trip. We wouldn't have time to do much sightseeing. This would be more of a scouting trip for a future, longer, adventure.
We're both amateur photographers and love beautiful scenery, day hiking, interesting geologic features, and pretty much anything having to do with nature and/or wildlife.
I've searched this forum back 6 months and taken notes, but I'd still love to hear more from anyone with something they want to share regarding the best routes for us (31 ft RV pulling a 4 dr, 4X4 Wrangler) and places to camp. We're not really into resort-type campgrounds with a million things to do. Quiet, in a more natural-looking location, is more our style. Prefer to have water and electric but can dry camp for a few days. Sewer at site not necessary but a handy dump station is a plus.
Also any absolute must see/must do things - just in case the Mayans are right and the world ends on Dec. 22 and we don't have a chance to get back up that way in the next year or two.