Are you and your family thinking about a Summer Road Trip? Here are the top 10 road trips in America, according to Forbes Magazine.
Pacific Coast Highway, California -- The winding roads along California's Highway 1 provide unbeatable views of the Pacific Ocean. Lucky for us, we live here and can drive this amazing highway any time we wish. Some of the most scenic parts are right here in Monterey County!
Going-to-the-Sun Road, Glacier National Park, Montana -- This 50-mile road in northwest Montana is a National Historic Landmark and cuts Glacier National Park in half.
Blue Ridge Parkway, Virginia and North Carolina -- This road trip is a must for folks who like to view the beauty of Fall foliage.
Olympic Peninsula, Washington -- Loop around the Olympic Peninsula to take in the picturesque shorelines and waterfalls of Washington state, as well as the snow-capped peaks of the Olympic Mountains, and even the Hoh and Quinault rainforests.
Brandywine Valley, Pennsylvania and Delaware -- Located between southern Pennsylvania and northern Delaware, this 12-mile stretch from Kennett Square, Pa. to Wilmington, Del. may be the shortest of our trips, but it's no less worthy of a drive.
Cape Cod, Massachusetts -- This 40-mile trip that winds through Cape Cod on Route 6A will take you past a variety of quaint East Coast towns—think Sandwich, Barnstable, Yarmouth, Dennis, Brewster and Orleans—so you can explore the historic charm of the area.
Columbia River Highway, Oregon -- This highway is a National Historic Landmark and offers drivers spectacular views of the area's waterfalls, including Multnomah Falls, and numerous overlooks along the Columbia River Gorge.
Red Rock Country, Arizona -- Hit the road for this 100-mile drive on Interstate 17 north to see the Montezuma Castle National Monument, an impressively preserved ancient cliff dwelling.
Outer Banks, North Carolina -- For the 100-mile route, start in the town of Corolla and head south to Kill Devil Hills to visit the Wright Brothers National Memorial, the spot where the duo made some of its famous first flights.
Route 66: Chicago to Arizona -- There's probably no more recognizable highway in America than Route 66. It was one of the original roadways that ran all the way from Chicago to Los Angeles.
To prepare your vehicle for the road trip, bring it by Robert’s Collision & Repair for a 20-point safety inspection. To schedule an appointment, call us at (831) 373-1535, or request your appointment online. We look forward to making sure your vehicle is road trip worthy.