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.
In southern Utah, the desert isn’t a plain old sandbox but a magical landscape of red arches and spires that look like dissolving sand castles. Five national parks — Arches, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands and Zion — and the immense Grand Staircase - Escalante National Monument provide plenty of reasons to park your RV for a while. Classic mountain scenery awaits too, with the ragged Wasatch Range running like a bony spine down the upper half of the state. Many northern Utah campgrounds stay open all year, so you can enjoy the state’s world-famous powder snow on the ski slopes. Your RV, tent or cabin will make the perfect base camp for exploration in the area.