Hello all, new on here but would like some advice/views.
We live in England are thinking of taking a 4 week trip from New York to Los Angeles with our 2 children who will be 13 and 8 years old when we go. We'd like to take in a few days of theme parks on our way as we all really enjoy them.
We've planned a rough route as follows:
Sandusky (for Cedar Point theme park)
Chicago (maybe 6 Flags theme park)
Denver (realise that the drive between these two points may be tedious)
Salt Lake City
Los Angeles (Disneyland)
Would welcome any suggestions or insight. We'd be going around Easter, so weatherwise would guess it will be quite a range of temperature getting progressively warmer. We're debating the RV vs SUV thing - would it be too cold to camp at that time of year?
Is there anything we should make time for between Chicago and Denver or is it best to just drive as fast as possible from one to the other and use the time in our other destinations? Also, what's the best route from Denver to Salt Lake City? Any suggestions on good theme parks I may have missed - think there's a Wet and Wild in Vegas but not sure what else,
Thanks for any info!