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Travel’s Best Road Trips 2015

Buckle up for the ride of a lifetime with Travel’s Best Road Trips 2015, our coveted list of the most picturesque and awe-inspiring drives around the world.

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Buckle up for the ride of a lifetime with Travel’s Best Road Trips 2015, our coveted list of the most picturesque and awe-inspiring drives around the world.

We pulled together a panel of 5 experts — including avid hiker and road tripper Michelle Bucher, 100RoutesAcrossAmerica.com founder Shannon Entin, and award-winning travel journalist Mike Shubic — to share their recommendations.

Page-Lake Powell, Arizona and Utah

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Located on the central border of Arizona and Utah is one of the most stunning recreational areas in the country, Page-Lake Powell. It’s extremely scenic, with tall canyons, red-rock formations and sand dunes, and it’s an unparalleled place for activities such as houseboating, waterskiing, kayaking, fishing, hiking, camping and so much more.

Page-Lake Powell is about 4 hours north of Phoenix, and there are a number of sights not to miss in the area. My favorites include Horseshoe Bend, one of the most photographed areas on the Colorado River; Antelope Canyon, the subject of a photo that sold for $6.5 million in 2014, setting an all-time record; Rainbow Bridge, which is accessible by boat; and Lone Rock, a spot on the western end of the lake with great access for boats to sand dunes and cliff jumping. Plus, the 710-foot-high Glen Canyon Dam is an engineering marvel.

Extraterrestrial Highway, Nevada
Just a short 2-hour road trip north of Las Vegas, you’ll find State Highway 375, aka the Extraterrestrial Highway. This is the place where more UFO sightings are reported than anywhere else in America. Highway 375 is located fairly close to Area 51, making it a unique road-trip experience.

Along the way, you’ll pass several alien-themed shops and roadside attractions. We brought along alien masks, tinfoil and toy alien guns to use while posing for pictures in front of the Extraterrestrial Highway sign — a highlight of this road trip. And keep an eye out for any UFO sightings while driving along!

Sea to Sky Highway, British Columbia, Canada

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The Sea to Sky Highway from Vancouver to Whistler, British Columbia, is a beautiful drive with lots of great attractions along the way. The road hugs the North Shore Mountains, offering picturesque views of the many small islands in the Pacific Ocean. Stop in the town of Squamish for a ride up the Sea to Sky Gondola, which takes you to the top of the iconic Stawamus Chief. This mountain is known worldwide for its rock climbing and hiking trails, as well as its stunning vistas of the valley below.

The Sea to Sky Highway is also a gateway to several stunning hikes in the Garibaldi Provincial Park region, including those around Elfin Lakes, the Black Tusk, Panorama Ridge and Garibaldi Lake.

Skyline Drive, Virginia

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Roads named Skyline Drive call to me. This road through Shenandoah National Park in Virginia has the views to live up to the name, but get out and hike for the real reward. Stop at a camp store — if only to observe the Appalachian Trail hikers gathered to rest, refuel and socialize. Strike up a conversation, and you’ll hear true tales of stamina and fortitude. I left with renewed vigor and a burning desire to do something epic in my lifetime, plus a bear sighting and a mountaintop family photo for our holiday card.

17­-Mile Drive, California
The 17-Mile Drive through the Monterey Peninsula rivals the Pacific Coast Highway in quintessential California fame and beauty. This loop hugs the coastline, running alongside Pebble Beach Golf Links, past the landmark Lone Cypress and through the Del Monte Forest.

For a $10 toll, drivers seeking a scenic route can experience everything they could possibly ask for packed into just under 20 miles of roadway. Our insider tips? Stop at the Fanshell Overlook to catch the harbor seals and at Spanish Bay to camp in the same spot where Don Gaspar de Portela landed in 1769. Unfortunately, motorcycles aren’t conducive to golfing; no bikers are allowed on this drive.

Beartooth Highway, Montana and Wyoming

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Charles Kuralt, the legendary host of the television show On the Road, called this “the most beautiful drive in America,” and it’s hard to deny that. The Beartooth All-American Road, aka the Beartooth Highway, runs from Red Lodge, MT, into the northeast entrance of Yellowstone National Park. While it’s less than 70 miles, the drive takes at least 3 hours, thanks to legendary switchbacks and a rugged landscape of forests and alpine tundra. It’s surrounded by the Custer, Gallatin and Shoshone national forests and the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness, and it borders Yellowstone, so you’re driving through a million­plus acres of undeveloped land.

Beartooth Highway itself is the highest-elevation highway in the Northern Rockies and one of the most rugged areas in the Lower 48 states (20 peaks surpass 12,000 feet in elevation). Hit the Rock Creek Vista Point rest area (which is at 9,000 feet above sea level) and the West Summit (whose highest point is at 11,000 feet) to feel the full significance of Beartooth’s elevation. Note that gnarly weather is a factor, so double-check that the passes are open before you make the trek.

Olympic Peninsula, Washington

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Seattle is known for its robust ferry system, which connects the islands of Washington state. From downtown Seattle, you can drive onto a ferry that will take you across the Puget Sound to Bainbridge Island, the start of a fantastic road trip around the Olympic Peninsula. You needn’t drive the full loop of more than 300 miles, but if you do, you’ll see picturesque shorelines, waterfalls, pristine lakes, mountain views and even a rain forest.

Take State Highways 305 and 104 toward Port Gamble, a town that’s straight out of Pleasantville. Highway 104 meanders north, and then turns into US Route 101W, which will take you to the town of Sequim. Fantastic inns, restaurants and outdoor activities await. On a clear day, drive to the top of Hurricane Ridge for views of Vancouver Island and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

On the western side of Olympic National Park is Sol Duc, an unforgettable rain-forest day trip. Marymere Falls, near the famed Lake Crescent Lodge, and the lake itself are also worth a stop. If you continue west along State Highway 112, you’ll reach the most northwesterly point in the contiguous US, Cape Flattery.

Heritage Highway 89, Utah
This route links several distinct areas of scenic beauty and Western history. Little Denmark was settled by early Mormon pioneers from Scandinavia. Glass and woodworking studios reflect this heritage, and the towns boast numerous well-preserved historic buildings. Sevier Valley is farming and ranch country. Visit the Butch Cassidy Museum in Richfield and his childhood home in Circleville; take a dip in the Mystic Hot Springs in Monroe; and shop for antiques in Sevier. Stop in Panguitch’s charming historic downtown and, farther south, watch as the red-rock rims of the Colorado Plateau begin to rise. Finish up in the colorful town of Kanab, or explore other wonderful destinations within easy reach, including Zion and Bryce Canyon national parks.

Great River Road, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa
Start in picturesque Dubuque, IA, home of the shortest, steepest railway in the world and an aquarium that showcases the fish of the Mississippi. Nearby, run the bases at the Field of Dreams baseball diamond, or cross into Wisconsin to visit the Dickeyville Grotto, an eccentric shop made of seashells and costume jewelry. Head north on the Great River Road to Prairie du Chien, WI, a river town with a colorful past. Visit villages such as Harpers Ferry and Lansing, IA, or check out the world’s largest six-pack of beer in La Crosse, WI. In Wabasha, MN, visit the National Eagle Center and see bald eagles in the wild. Finish with a pint of legendary Peanut Butter Porter at Dangerous Man Brewing Co. in Minneapolis.

Gulf Coast, Alabama

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Road trip along the Gulf of Mexico, and you’ll want to spend most of your time — and food budget — on Alabama’s coast. Yes, you’ll love its sugary white-sand beaches and Caribbean-like waters, but the real treasure here is the food. In Orange Beach, AL, don’t miss the build-your-own bloody mary menu at Brick & Spoon; the Murder Point oysters at Fisher’s Dockside; and Ginny Lane’s blackened shrimp and grits — served with sweet, crisp fried green tomatoes and a remoulade that I still dream about.

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From seasoned road tripper Mike Shubic to founder and CEO of RoadTrippers.com James Fisher, meet the panel of advisors behind Travel’s Best Road Trips 2015.

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From Mike Shubic, a seasoned road tripper and award-winning travel journalist, to James Fisher, the founder of the first complete platform for road trips and independent travel, meet the panel of advisors behind Travel’s Best Road Trips 2015.
1. James Fisher
Born and raised in the English countryside, James Fisher spent a large part of his childhood running African safari tours and epic road trips for his wonderfully eccentric family’s business. Fueled by ’80s Hollywood and a deep love for travel, James eventually journeyed to the United States to hit the back roads in search of the unique places that define America’s local cultures. What he found inspired him to create Roadtrippers.com, the first complete travel platform for road trips and independent travel. Today, Roadtrippers is powered by a database of millions of the best travel locations, including diners, national parks, museums, hotels and more.

2. Michelle Bucher
Michelle Bucher is an avid hiker, road tripper and travel writer from Vancouver, British Columbia. She spent the past 6 years on various drives across North America, looking for quirky roadside attractions, stopping at unique travel destinations, hiking in national parks and visiting famous landmarks. She has officially taken road trips through 48 US states and all 10 Canadian provinces. She has contributed to TravelPulse and Time & Place, and she was featured on Groupon’s blog for road-trip tips.

Michelle writes about her road trips and travel experiences at RoadTripBlogger.com. Aside from road-tripping, Michelle owns a marketing agency, where she manages several content marketing and social media contracts. Because the majority of her business is done online, she often hits the road with her laptop and works remotely from destinations across the country.

3. Mike Shubic
Mike Shubic is a seasoned road tripper and award-winning travel journalist who publishes the blog MikesRoadTrip.com. He’s no stranger to the Travel Channel, either; he was one of the participants in the 2012 Best of the Road contest, during which he took a trip across the country in search of the best food in small-town America. Mike can often be found traversing the byways of the US and Canada, looking for those hidden gems of the road. From unique destinations, unexpected discoveries and creative cuisine to intriguing inns and exciting attractions, the road is his page. The experiences are his ink. And every 300 miles, a new chapter begins. Whether you live vicariously or follow his example, Mike will do the exploring so you can have an adventure.

4. Shannon Entin
 

Feeling most at home when on the road, Shannon Entin grew up under the impression that the highest form of family fun was driving aimlessly to get anywhere. Today, Shannon takes her own family on extended driving adventures, crisscrossing America — from the Jersey Shore to the San Francisco Bay, Niagara Falls to Gulf Shores, AL, and beyond — always ready to veer off the interstate to investigate a quirky attraction or sample a local delicacy. Shannon contributes regularly to TravelingMom.com and ThisGirlTravels.com and has written for Rails-to-Trails magazine, Family Vacation Critic and Interval World magazine. She also authored 2 books as a dot-com pioneer. When she’s not skiing, hiking, running, fly-boarding or road-tripping, she home-schools her 2 children in northwestern New Jersey. Shannon shares her family’s travels and adventures at 100RoutesAcrossAmerica.com.

5. Mark Sedenquist
Born on the outskirts of Yellowstone National Park, Mark Sedenquist logged more than 60,000 road-trip miles by the time he graduated from college. As a logistician and property and project manager, he continued taking road trips whenever work and life allowed. When a wildfire destroyed his home and business in the hills above Pasadena, CA, Mark realized that his unexpected “stufflessness” offered a unique road-trip opportunity. Behind the wheel of a motor home, he set out on what he estimated would be a 6-month, open-ended tour of North America. The journey evolved into a 7-year, 200,000-mile odyssey that resulted in the founding of RoadTripAmerica.com. Now, with more than half a million miles behind him, Mark is continuing his mission to provide tools, advice and camaraderie to anyone who wants to plan a great American road trip.

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Meet the panel of advisors behind Travel Best Road Trips 2014. Our advisors live for the open road — especially one with awe-inspiring views in nearly every direction.

From off-road explorer and host Don Wildman to cinematographer and road tripper Allison Otto, our panelists know the most picturesque and adventurous drives across the globe.

1. Don Wildman
Don Wildman is fast becoming one of the most recognizable faces in documentary television. Whether he’s pulling back the curtain on a fascinating unseen view of America or bringing to light the puzzling and intriguing stories behind museum artifacts, Wildman takes viewers on an adventure with the mission to expose the real truth lying beneath the surface.

As host of Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum, Wildman journeys across America, going deep into the vaults of the nation’s most revered institutions and unearthing wondrous treasures from the past. Wildman also served as host of Travel Channel’s Off Limits, where he crisscrossed the United States, taking viewers behind locked doors to uncover the secrets of the country’s nation’s man-made world.

In Wildman’s new original series on Travel Channel, Monumental Mysteries, he uncovers some of America’s most intriguing events, greatest triumphs, well-known disasters, and even some notorious crimes that are linked to many of the nation’s history-rich monuments. Whether traversing obscure or familiar turf, his journey is full of fun and surprises.

2. Allison Otto
As an award-winning documentary filmmaker and photographer, Allison Otto loves spending her life on the open road and seeking compelling places and intriguing stories. Allison has clocked more than 450 road trips throughout the United States and along its back roads. She has also spent 2 years living in a fully restored, 26-foot-long, 1958 Airstream trailer. Her 3 Chihuahua rescue dogs are her favorite road trip companions and often accompany her on her adventures.

Allison has directed, filmed and edited for clients such as Travel Channel (Roadside Attractions), Lonely Planet, Outside television and Outside magazine. In 2013, Allison debuted her first documentary short, Keeper of the Mountains, which screened at more than 25 film festivals internationally and won 11 awards.

Prior to picking up a camera, Allison worked as a sportswriter, covering everything from Major League Baseball to the Badwater Ultramarathon in Death Valley. She graduated from Stanford University with a bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s degree in sociology.

3. James Fisher
Born and raised partly in the English countryside and partly on African back roads expeditions with his wonderfully eccentric family, James Fisher has always been on a pathway to a lifetime of travel and adventure.

James has long been fascinated with America. From watching Hollywood movies in the ’80s to traveling to more than 60 countries and experiencing America’s influence around the world, James came to the United States on a journey to discover what really makes this country tick, beyond the stereotypes. This journey led him to travel the back roads in search of the places and small businesses that define the local culture of America’s towns and cities. What he found amazed and inspired him, and led him to create Roadtrippers.com, the first complete travel platform for road trips and independent travel. In doing so, James has realized his own American dream along the way.

4. Robert Firpo-Cappiello
Robert Firpo-Cappiello is executive editor at BudgetTravel.com, where he is regularly awed by the array of easy road trips across the United States. In search of the “Great American Drive,” he recently toured western Montana’s Big Sky Country, the central coast of California, and last winter finally learned to ski in Colorado.

It’s no surprise Robert savored the chance to help curate Budget Travel’s Ultimate Road Trips App, which features 70-plus American drives through various states, including Alaska and Hawaii. When he’s not traveling or planning his next trip, Robert appears regularly as a travel authority on the Weather Channel’s Wake Up With Al, PIX 11’s Morning News in NYC, and on Rick Crandall’s weekly radio show, Boomtown.

5. Kim Mance

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Kim Mance is a travel writer and television personality based in New York. She has written and blogged for Condé Nast Traveler, Marie Claire, WorldHum and Huffington Post, and is editor of Galavanting.

Kim regularly appears as a travel and lifestyle expert on many national and local television outlets like CNN, ABC News, FOX News, NPR, Katie, Anderson Live, the Sundance Channel, and Better TV. One of her essays is included in Leave the Lipstick, Take the Iguana, a collection of humorous travel stories (Solas House, 2012).

6. Kathleen Rellihan
Kathleen Rellihan has worked as a digital producer for Travel Channel for over 6 years, managing web content for TV hosts like Samantha Brown and overseeing content areas of the website such as Road Trips and Girl Getaways. A Washington, DC resident, Kathleen’s job is an adventure in itself — her favorite day at work was when 5 tribesman from a remote island in Vanuatu hung out in her cubicle … clad in nothing but loincloths.

Kathleen embarked on her first cross-country road trip at the age of 9; in the decades since, her love for adventure travel has inspired her to dog sled in Quebec, search for the northern lights in Iceland, learn to surf in Costa Rica and give elephants a bath in Thailand. Kathleen’s most memorable road trip was driving across Italy in a tiny Fiat and as long as she can control the music, she’s always ready to hit the open road.

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Nothing says “road trip” more than cruising down the highway, windows down and music up, with all your worries disappearing in the rearview mirror and the open road lying ahead. Buckle up and get ready for a ride to remember with Travel’s Best Road Trips 2014, our coveted list of the most picturesque and adventurous drives across the globe.

We pulled together a panel of 6 road trip experts — including off-road explorer and host Don Wildman, Roadtrippers.com founder and CEO James Fisher, and cinematographer and road tripper Allison Otto — to share their recommendations for Travel’s Best Road Trips 2014.

This year’s list includes adventurous off-roading on the salt flats in Bolivia, a shoreline tour of the beaches of Lake Michigan, and a food-inspired drive through Italy’s Puglia region.

Warning: This list will give you the sudden urge to drop everything, get in your car, and go.

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Buckle up for a ride to remember! From Lake Michigans shores to Bolivias salt flats, our panel picked 10 road trips across the globe for our coveted list, Travels Best Road Trips 2014.
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Meet the panel behind Travel Best Road Trips 2014. From off-road explorer and host Don Wildman to cinematographer and road tripper Allison Otto, our road trip experts live for the open road.
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Nothing says “road trip” more than cruising down the highway, windows down and music up, with all your worries disappearing in the rearview mirror and the open road lying ahead. Buckle up and get ready for a ride to remember with Travel’s Best Road Trips 2014, our coveted list of the most picturesque and adventurous drives across the globe.

We pulled together a panel of 6 road trip experts — including off-road explorer and host Don Wildman, Roadtrippers.com founder and CEO James Fisher, and cinematographer and road tripper Allison Otto — to share their recommendations for Travel’s Best Road Trips 2014.

This year’s list includes adventurous off-roading on the salt flats in Bolivia, a shoreline tour of the beaches of Lake Michigan, and a food-inspired drive through Italy’s Puglia region.

Warning: This list will give you the sudden urge to drop everything, get in your car, and go.

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Best Road Trips 2014: Fan Favorite

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Our panel of road trip experts — from off-road explorer and host Don Wildman to RoadTrippers.com founder and CEO James Fisher — gave us their stamp of approval for the most picturesque and adventurous road trips in the world.

We want to hear from you! What did we miss? Tell us in the comments what is your favorite road trip! The place with the most votes will be added to our Travel’s Best Road Trips 2014.

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Best Fall Foliage Road Trips 2013

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Ready for Mother Nature’s spectacular autumn show? Travel Channel is kicking off fall with the debut of our “Travel’s Best” lists. Our panel of expert advisors — from veteran travel host Samantha Brown to long-term weather forecasters weathertrends360 — gave us their stamp of approval for the 10 best fall foliage road trips.

Meet our panel and see why they picked their favorite fall foliage drives. It might inspire your next fall getaway!

And before you plan your leaf-peeping road trip, check out our fall foliage forecast map for the peak times in every US region.

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Ready for Mother Nature’s spectacular autumn show? Travel Channel is kicking off fall with the debut of our “Travel’s Best” lists. Our panel of expert advisors — from veteran travel host Samantha Brown to long-term weather forecasters weathertrends360 — gave us their stamp of approval for the 10 best fall foliage road trips.

Meet our panel and see why they picked their favorite fall foliage drives. It might inspire your next fall getaway!

And before you plan your leaf-peeping road trip, check out our fall foliage forecast mapfor the peak times in every US region.

1. Travel’s Best Fall Foliage Road Trips 2013

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Ready for some leaf peeping? Check out our favorite fall drives, from New Hampshire’s Route 11 to Virginia’s Skyline Drive, and then plan your road trip with our maps.
2. Fall Road Trips 2013 Advisors
Meet the advisors behind our Best Fall Foliage Road Trips 2013. From travel host Samantha Brown to New England fall foliage photographer Jeff Folger, our panelists know the best leaf-peeping drives.
3. Fall Foliage Road Trips: Fan Favorite

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We want to hear from you! What did we miss? Vote for your favorite fall foliage road trip! The place with the most votes will be added to our Travel’s Best Fall Foliage Road Trips.
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Before you plan your fall foliage road trip, get the peak forecast. See weathertrends360’s recommendations for the best regions to see autumn’s spectacular color show this year.
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New England fall foliage photographer and sage, Jeff “Foliage” Folger shares his tricks of the trade for capturing stunning fall foliage photos.
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Travel’s Best Summer Foods 2014

See what summer foods made our Travel’s Best Summer Foods 2014 list.
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Summer is the best time for vacations and staycations, and what’s foremost on our minds while enjoying both? Food! But not just any food – we’ve pulled together a list of foods that scream “summer” and the restaurants in iconic summer destinations that prepare them best: juicy burgers at Le Tub in Hollywood, FL; fresh lobster at Beach Plum Restaurant in Martha’s Vineyard, MA; lip-smacking barbecue at Southern Soul Barbeque on St. Simons Island, GA, and more.

We’ve tapped the expertise of foodies, food photographers, food writers and TV hosts that know a thing or 2 about great food – including Diva Q/BBQ competitor and TV host of BBQ Crawl, Danielle Dimovski; food photographers Peden+Munk; chef and TV co-host (Breaking Borders) Michael Voltaggio; Eater.com editor, Amy McKeever; TV hosts Andrew Zimmern (Bizarre Foods) and more.

Meet all of the advisors and see what delicious summer foods made our list. And we know that we couldn’t possibly include all of the great foods around the nation, so head over to our Fan Favorites page and tell us which summer foods should be added to our Travel’s Best Summer Foods.

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From ice cream at Hawaii’s Matsumoto to lobster at Martha’s Vineyard’s Beach Plum, our advisors are giving you the best picks in summer foods and where to eat them in 2014!
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Meet the panel of advisors behind Travel’s Best Summer Foods 2014. Our advisors have traveled the nation, and along the way, sampled some of the best cuisine our nation has to offer.
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We want to hear from you! With all of the delicious cuisine in the US, there wasn’t possibly room enough to squeeze in every delicious morsel. Tell us in the comments which Summer Food should be added to our experts’ picks.
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Best All-American Vacations 2014

This summer, put away your passport and explore the good ‘ole USA!
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This summer, put away your passport and explore the good ‘ole USA! Get a true taste of Americana and marvel at the nation’s natural wonders with our picks for Travel’s Best All-American Vacations 2014.

Each winner was chosen by our expert panel of advisors, which includes Travel Channel hosts Don Wildman and Kinga Philipps, Roadtrippers.com founder and CEO James Fisher and the Martin family, who documented their RV trip to all 50 states at thatTripUSA.com.

With all that the US has to offer, there were plenty of destinations that couldn’t make our list. Check out this year’s winners and let us know if we missed one of your favorite US getaways. Visit our Fan Favorite page and let us know which All-American destination should be added to our experts’ picks.

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Get a true taste of Americana and marvel at the nations natural wonders with our travel experts picks for Travels Best All-American Vacations 2014.
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From Travel Channel hosts Don Wildman and Kinga Philipps to Roadtrippers.com founder and CEO James Fisher, our experts have determined the best getaways that are distinctly All-American.
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Now, we want to hear from you! With all that the US has to offer, there were plenty of destinations that couldn’t make our top 10. Tell us in the comments which All-American vacation should be added to our experts’ picks.
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