Planning a trip from So Cal to PA in Spring of 2020. I know there are many different possible routes there. I am a truck driver and can think of several routes I have driven. The thing about trucking is that you drive everywhere but donít see much. I mean you see the countryside but not really the sights. I can imagine there are a million places to see between the starting and ending point. Would love to hear your must see places to add to trip and I can adjust route accordingly. Fortunately we will have plenty of time for our trip. One good thing about being your own boss. Any comments will be appreciated. Thank you all in advance.
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Depending upon what you've done already.... I would suggest a Northern arc through Gand Canyon, Moab, Tetons, Yellowstone, Rushmore, Niagara Falls and then down into PA. There are a lot of interesting spots in between all of these locations.
Spring means different things in different parts of the country. Northern campgrounds tend to start opening in April to early May with some opening Memorial Day weekend. If you head East in February or March you may want to stay South as far East as possible.
Planning on April departure. Have done a bit of western region. (CA,AZ,UT) seen Mesa Verde in CO. And most of NV. Havenít made it any farther East then Denver in RV. Have driven 46 of lower 48 in my semi but I travel with my dog as copilot. Time to see it with my wife in the RV before we are too old.