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Southeast U.S. Fall Roadtrips

SOUTHEAST U.S. FALL ROAD TRIPS With a hot summer in your rear view mirror, a fall road trip is the perfect way to embrace the changing season. Take a front row seat and buckle up to watch fall set the surrounding landscape on fire with the burning colors of autumn. 44 Blue Ridge Parkuway LENGTH: 469 MI - VIRGINIA TO NORTH CAROLINA This scenic highway connects Shenandoah National Park with the Great Smoky Mountains. It offers one of the most beautiful glimpses of fall foliage around. Start your trip in October to catch the Virginia Foliage Festival. Bourbon Trail LENGTH: 293 MI - KENTUCKY TO TENNESSEE Ditch the sweater and warm up with some southern bourbon on this road trip. Take it all in with fall festivities such as stopping along the Bourbon Trail, enjoying the scenic Cumberland Gap and checking out historic homes such as that of Abraham Lincoln. The Blues Highway LENGTH: 109 MI - TENNESSEE TO MISSISSIPPI Starting in Memphis, music and culture will lead you from Tennessee into scenic Mississippi. With amazing barbecue, live music around every corner and gorgeous scenery, you will be able to find some soul along this stretch of pavement. Natchez Trace Parkway LENGTH: 444 MI - TENNESSEE TO ALABAMA Travel back in time on this historic parkway through Civil War battlefields and Native American land. Take a break from the car, stretch your legs and take advantage of the bike paths along the way. Stop by Cypress Swamp for beautiful fall reflections. | Historic National Road LENGTH: 824 MI - MARYLAND TO ILLINOIS For a long trip down memory lane, enjoy the first federally funded interstate highway through six states & 200 years of American history. Created in 1811 from the authorization of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, this road provides a route to our past. US 44 Atlantic Coast Road Trip LENGTH: 350 MI - KITTY HAWK TO MYRTLE BEACH Lighthouses, traditional maritime villages and miles of desolate beaches are some of the many reasons this road trip is a fall must. Starting your trip in Kitty Hawk, make sure to spend some time at the infamous sand dunes where the Wright Brothers first took flight. brought to you by: SOURCES:

Southeast U.S. Fall Roadtrips

shared by NicoleJMartinez on Sep 30
Thinking about hitting the road this fall? We've got 5 Southeast U.S. road trip ideas to get you started. From The Bourbon Trial to The Blues Highway, you'll find adventure and history along each route.



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