If you’re looking for a road trip that feels quintessentially “New England”, look no further than the White Mountains. Covered bridges, quaint towns and rolling, wooded landscapes await as you explore New England’s White Mountains.
They call Alaska the Last Frontier, a state of such immense size and beauty that an Alaska camping trip feels almost untarnished by civilization. Even Anchorage, its largest city, butts up against wilderness with views of roaming moose and beluga whales along Cook Inlet. Take your RV 235 miles north to admire North America’s highest peak, 20,320-foot Denali, in Denali National Park and Preserve. To the south, Alaska campgrounds in the Kenai Peninsula let you fish for salmon, watch for grizzlies or check out “The End of the Road” hamlet Homer. Load a car onboard the Alaska State Ferry for a stunning cruise through Prince William Sound or down the Inside Passage.