The Best US Landmarks for RVers to Visit
We’ve got so many great sights to see right here in the US, all across the country. RVing offers you the chance to get out there and see some of these amazing sights, whether you prefer a mountain landscape, city views, or the beach. If you’re planning an RV trip across the states, then here are some of the must-see landmarks to add to your route.
We couldn’t pick just a couple of national parks to mention on this list. There are so many incredible ones for you to visit. If you travel to explore the great outdoors and enjoy the natural sights this country has to offer, then here are some of the national parks you should try to visit:
- Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
- Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
- Yosemite National Park, California
- Glacier National Park, Montana
- Zion National Park, Utah
- Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
This 60-foot-high landmark in Keystone, South Dakota features the faces of some of the most well-respected presidents in US history – George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. It usually attracts around 3 million visitors every year. A walk down the avenue of flags to view these incredible carvings will have any American feeling patriotic.
Soak up more US history at The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas. This historic fortress was the site of the Battle of the Alamo in 1836, during the Texas Revolution. Take a trip to San Antonio Missions National Historical Park and the museum now housed in The Alamo to learn more about this history and enjoy some great sights.
The Hoover Dam
The Hoover Dam was constructed in the 1930s to provide a source of hydroelectric power and irrigation water. As well as being an incredible sight with an interesting history, walking across the bridge over the dam will take you from Nevada into Arizona, even crossing into a different time zone.
The Florida Keys
If you’re looking for beaches and sunshine, then The Florida Keys is a must-visit addition to your RV trip. It’s warm pretty much all year round, so this is even a good option for your winter road trips. It’s a tropical landscape where you can relax on the beach or dive into the ocean. And there are some nice national parks nearby, too, such as the Everglades National Park.
The Golden Gate Bridge
This striking red suspension bridge is an incredible sight to see, spanning a mile across the San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Walking or driving across the bridge is a great experience. You can also explore the surrounding Golden Gate National Recreation Area and, of course, visit the city of San Francisco.
These are just a few of the US landmarks and attractions that would make a great addition to your next RV trip. What are your favorite spots to visit on an RV trip? Contact Magne Shade for all the RV accessories you need for your upcoming trip.← back to news