Hi everyone, we've been trawling through this forum for 12 mths and the wealth of knowledge is unbelievable, hence I'm turning to y'all for some advice please.
We're from Melbourne, Australia and in the planning stages of a family road trip to cover some of the National Parks in the west.
So far the plan is.....
Pick up an RV (22-26") in Las Vegas, head to Zion, then to Bryce Canyon, back down around the South rim of the Grand Canyon, to Monument Valley, Up to Arches National Park, up to Rocky Mountains National Park/Roosevelt National Forest, Thru Black Hills National Forest/Mt Rushmore, then across to Yellowstone, down to Yosemite and finally back to Vegas.
We've got 4 weeks to complete this trip and I'm just wondering whether we're trying to cram too much into 4 weeks (with 2 kids 9 & 11) or, have some of you seasoned travellers completed a similar journey in the same time frame?
We'll be travelling from approx last week in May so I think weather wise we'll be fine. We plan to get a fairly accurate roadtrip laid out so we can book our campsites well in advance so any advice would be much appreciated please. Thx :)