After a “canceled” summer in 2020, people are ready to get out of the house and start traveling again. Here are some of the best summer road trip destinations that you and your family and friends can venture to. Just don’t forget to pack the BuzzBallz!
Destin-Fort Walton Beach, FL
Northeast Florida is an easy road trip from states including Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana, Texas, Tennessee, and more. With its sugar-white sand beaches, emerald green-blue water, and warm weather, the Destin-Fort Walton Beach area offers a place for visitors and locals alike to relax, partake in water adventures, and enjoy a small-town vibe that highlights their award-winning seafood and eats.
Estes Park, CO
Head to the heart of the Rocky Mountains to find the quaint town of Estes Park, CO. If you prefer the summer in the great outdoors, this is an off-the-grid nature adventure made for you! Between the national parks, hiking trails, wildlife, mountain munchies, and more, this destination will give you the “rocky mountain high” for your summer vacation.
Jackson Hole, WY
Similar to Estes Park, Jackson Hole, WY has everything from whitewater rafting, wildlife safaris, fly-fishing, and more throughout its 115 miles of mountain bike trails and national parks. While the destination is spectacular alone, the road trip there through Idaho, Montana, Colorado, or Utah adds tons of bonus sites, such as mountain ranges, parks, and quaint mountain towns. Jackson Hole and its surrounding areas offer travelers a cooler summer both temperature and status-wise.
Do you call yourself a foodie? If so, Charleston, SC is an ultimate summer spot for foodies. The city has hot spots for barbeque joints and high-end seafood, as well as a hub for unique food trucks. After a good meal, you can take yourself on a Charleston Boat Tour to get a better view of Charleston Harbor, or you can relax on the Isle of Palms County Park beach and recover from your food coma.
One spot maybe not so known to travelers is Greensboro, GA, a hidden gem encompassing the peaceful Lake Oconee that sits along 30 acres of shoreline and is surrounded by Georgia pines. Visitors can partake in a variety of relaxing or recreational activities including mountain and water biking, boating, fishing, golfing, and more. Greensboro is also rich in Southern history and tradition, and you can explore the historical buildings downtown filled with enticing wares, unique antiques, clothing, jewelry, and more.