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6 road trip pit stops you've gotta see
Jul 17, 2016
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When you plan a cross-country road trip, you’re often
planning the pit stops that you want to take along the way. The perfect road trip includes a mix of scenic views, historic landmarks and, of course, great food and drinks. If you’re planning a cross-country drive, you won’t want to miss these six great spots!
A Taste of Local Spirits in VT
in Queechee, VT distills their alcohol with maple syrup and apples sourced from local Vermont farmers. Stop by for a tasty visit to their distillery tasting room!
Photo Credit: Flickr/ChrisV
Natural Playground in Asheville, NC
is a natural mountain waterfall that attracts thousands of adventurous visitors each year. Children and adults alike line up to slide down the 60-foot boulder into a pool below. For the cautious travelers, lifeguards are on duty during the daytime hours.
Photo Credit: Flickr/LouisL
Biscuits Abound in Nashville
To get a real taste of the South, a pitstop for bottomless biscuits at the famous
in Nashville, TN is a necessity. And while you’re in town,
is only a short drive away in the heart of the city.
James R. Martin
Immersive Art in Santa Fe, NM
The newly opened art space
in Santa Fe, NM is an interactive art exhibit, jungle gym, haunted house, and children’s museum all wrapped into one. A must-see if you’re in the Southwest!
Enrique A Sanabria
Music, Food, and Fun in Memphis
While many flock to Tennessee to stop in Nashville or to visit
, a trip to the state isn’t complete without a visit to
- the lively heart of Memphis’s entertainment, food, and music scene.
Wine Touring in Upstate New York
If you need a rest from all that driving, treat yourself to a wine tour at one of the many vineyards along the
Keuka Lake Wine Trail
in upstate New York. You can even get a Keuka Passport, which gives you access to wine tastings at seven local wineries for only $12.
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