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Susan and I live in MD and we have taken some great East Coast road trips. So we came up with our list of the best East Coast RV Road trips!
The East Coast is a lot larger than it looks on a map and it’s positively covered with things to do and places to see. An RV road trip on the East Coast will be an epic journey you won’t soon forget.
The East Coast has a diverse group of attractions and locations to check out. So if you are a new RVer, that is a great place to start.
However, if you are going to properly explore the East Coast, you need to plan out your road trip beforehand. The East Coast is heavily populated, so you have to book early or you will miss out on the best campgrounds.
Here we will look at some of the best RV road trips on the East Coast.
1. Maine to Florida RV East Coast Road Trip
If you really want to see everything on the East Coast, the best thing you can do is start in Maine and start making your way south.
Along the way, you can stop at some interesting attractions and destinations. You will pass through a bunch of states and see all the most popular historical attractions by taking this route.
Every state from North to South has lots to offer, however, these are a few stops we highly recommend.
Since you will be starting out in Maine, you might as well see some of the sites before you start going south. No trip to Maine is complete without visiting Acadia National Park. Susan and I visited Acadia National Park in 2019 and it was magnificent!
It is home to some of the most stunning granite cliffs, lush forest hiking trails, and tranquil New England beaches in the country. You can head over to the Blackwoods Campground at Otter Creek which offers historical walking tours and cruises.
Cadillac Mountain casts a shadow over the campground, offering the opportunity to climb for an unforgettable panoramic view of the bay.
Although Maine has some larger and more famous cities, Portland is the place most RVs recommend to visit. It has a buzzing art, music, and food scene which makes it a must-see destination to start your east coast road trip.
If you are checking out the East Coast, there will be a theme of checking out some…