USA: 5 road trips for spring time

Joshua Tree National Park, California

With more than 70 miles, this road is a great option to enjoy panoramic views, climb rocks and mountains and watch a wide variety of flora, including the famous Joshua Trees that your instagram followers will love.

In this park you will also find picnic tables and areas where you can share a meal with your family or friends while admiring the magnificent Mojave Desert.

Phoenix to Flagstaff, Arizona

It is well known that Phoenix is one of the best cities to enjoy Spring. This route is the living proof of that.

If you take this road trip, you will enjoy the Montezuma Castle National Park, home of the Sinagua people, the Red Rock Scenic Byway, 7 miles of sandstone red rocks and the Slide Rock State Park. 

The perfect final is Flagstaff, where you will find the world’s largest Ponderosa Pine forest.

San Antonio to Austin, Texas

This road trip is a time travel of about 80 miles of nature scenery.

From San Antonio to Austin you will find a few special places such as the town of Bandera, once known as the “Cowboy Capital of the World”, Fredericksburg, a Texas town with German origins that has a lot of restaurants and wineries to enjoy. 

In the nature department, you will have the opportunity to experience the Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, with their pink granite and rock formations and the Pedernales Falls State Park. 

Finally, in Austin you can live their exciting nightlife since it is well known as the “Live Music Capital of the World”

Grand Canyon, Arizona

Not in vain, the Grand Canyon National Park is the second most visited park in the United States. With 277 miles long and 1000 miles of road trip, the possibilities are endless.

You can make your own route, make as many stops as you want, appreciate the beauty of one of the most famous Parks in the whole world and, of course, take that picture your friends will envy forever.

The Florida Keys, Florida

We promise that driving through the Overseas Highway will be one of your best experiences on wheels. 

This highway take you all over the Florida Keys, traveling 113 miles and crossing over 40 bridges, including the Seven Mile Bridge, the longest one. There you will experience magical views through green-blue waters. 

Algo, you can dive and snorkeling in colorful coral reefs in the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park.

Do you know other road trips our readers should try? Feel free to comment below:

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