Hi, I just found this forum and have already printed many tips. We're planning a pretty extensive trip this Summer. We're traveling in a 35' Class A RV needing 14' clearance overhead, towing a Jeep or Samarai (don't have tow vehicle yet). We prefer State Parks and National Forests vs RV resorts.
We live in S.E. Florida and plan on being on the road at least 2 months, possibly 3. We want to see many places we've never seen-The first goal is Sedona, then Bryce Canyon in UT, visit friends in Denver, over to St. Louis Arch, visit friends in Allentown, PA, then up in to Maine, on to see Niagra Falls, the Statue of Liberty, visit the Smithsonian in D.C.,the Chincoteague ponies, then to Charleston and who knows what else, then back home to FL.
I have Delorme Street Atlas w/Earthmate GPS, but it doesn't give much detail about small towns, too steep mountain roads/switchbacks etc. Rough mileage for this loop is about 8,000.
Does anyone have any tips on /don't miss if your within 50 miles ideas along the way/avoid this area? Or bad weather patterns typical to an area during July/August?
Thanks for any input,