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.
The Missouri River unfurls like a ribbon through the prairies of North Dakota, charting a route famously followed by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. Learn more at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center in Washburn and at the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Site, where guide Sacagawea joined the expedition. North Dakota campgrounds and RV parks in nearby Bismarck and Minot make a great vacation base. Along the state’s western edge, Theodore Roosevelt National Park preserves the magnificent badlands, a surreal world of misshapen buttes and painted canyons.