This is the most iconic road trip in your state

Hitting the road to get away from it all and explore new places has never felt more thrilling. These iconic road trips offer everyone an adventure with stunning coasts to epic mountains or even music and bourbon trails.

Whether you’re looking for roads less traveled or a cheaper way to vacation, here’s The Most Iconic Road Trips in Every State to inspire your next holiday.

Mobile is less than two hours from the white sand beaches of the Gulf Coast and is perfect for a weekend road trip.

Alabama’s Mobile to Fort Morgan

Alaska is a regular destination on people’s bucket lists. Whether you’re looking to extend a cruise or prefer road trip vacations, driving the Seward Highway is awe-inspiring.

Alaska’s Anchorage to Seward

While you could drive this stretch of I-17 in about 4 hours, give yourself a week to explore all its beauty. From Phoenix, head north to the Montezuma Castle National Monument.

Arizona’s Phoenix to the Grand Canyon

California’s Pacific Coast Highway is perhaps the most famous road trip in America. Enjoy all that California has to offer over a 600-mile two-week trip. Explore large cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles, small towns like Cambria and Manhattan Beach.

California’s San Francisco to San Diego

This 32-mile road trip on National Scenic Byway State Route 169 is perfect for a day trip or staycation. Leave the crowds behind and explore small, quaint New England towns and countryside.

Connecticut’s Lisbon to North Woodstock

One of the most iconic road trips in America takes you from a vibrant multicultural city to the edge of the world, U.S. Route 1 Mile Zero, the southernmost point in the continental United States.

Florida’s Miami to Key West

Leave the urban sprawl of Atlanta behind on a US-19 N road trip to experience Georgia’s rolling hills, valleys, and mountains.

Georgia’s Atlanta to Helen

The Road to Hana day trip is one of the most popular activities on Maui for a reason. This 52-mile journey allows you to explore an undeveloped portion of the island that feels like the Hawaii of yesteryear.

Hawaii’s Paia to Hana

The Teton Scenic Byway road trip is perfect for fall foliage, the spring bloom of wildflowers, or the annual summer balloon festival.

Idaho’s Swan Valley to Ashton

Add what Teddy Roosevelt called “the world’s most beautiful drive” to your vacation bucket list. The Ohio River Scenic Byway runs next to the Ohio River and puts the best of Southern Illinois on display.

Illinois’s Cave-in-Rock to Cairo

A perfect trip for outdoor enthusiasts or history buffs, this 328-mile drive features stunning vistas, quaint river towns, limestone bluffs, and opportunities to learn the history of the people living there for thousands of years.

Iowa’s New Albin to Keokuk

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