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Best RV Vacations in the Southeast

RV vacations have always been popular and they’re gaining additional attention as families are being urged to celebrate within their family unit as a means of reducing the spread of flu and pandemic level viruses. There’s a multitude of unique destinations from which to choose when planning a vacation in the southeast.

Scenic Highway 30A – Florida

The stretch of road leads to a variety of beach towns and each one has a unique personality all its own. Grayton Beach is an art community, while Seaside was featured in the film “The Truman Show” starring Jim Carrey. For those traveling the route in May, be sure to stop at the Alys Beach enclave for the Digital Graffiti Festival.

Memphis-Nashville, TN

Tennessee is the home of country music and the area is a dream journey for music enthusiasts. One of the most popular attractions is Graceland, the estate of Elvis Presley. There’s also the Memphis Rock ‘n Soul Museum, The Country Music Hall of Fame, and the revered Grand Ole Opry.

Blue Ridge Parkway – VA and NC

The Parkway has earned the name of “America’s Favorite Drive” and it’s the perfect getaway for the nature lover.  It spans 469 miles of the Appalachian Mountains and connects the Shenandoah National Park with the Great Smokey Mountains National Park.

Georgia to South Carolina

The 107-mile stretch includes Savannah, GA nicknamed “The Hostess City” for its southern hospitality. It’s a historic district with Gothic-Revival architecture and cobblestone squares. It also includes Chippewa Square where the iconic park bench scene was filmed for the movie “Forrest Gump” starring Tom Hanks. Travel on to Charleston, SC to explore Fort Sumter National Monument.

Williamsburg to Mt. Vernon, VA

The city of Williamsburg is home to the Governor’s Palace. It was the residence of Royal governors and was later the home of Thomas Jefferson and Patrick Henry. Vacationers will also find five James River Plantations constructed around Jamestown, the first European settlement. Arriving in Richmond, visitors will see the capitol building, the first state capitol after the Revolutionary War, that was designed by Thomas Jefferson in 1785. Finish the journey at Mount Vernon, George Washington’s home.

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