Destinations to See in All 50 States

How many times have you considered going on a road trip? How many times have you actually gone? There’s truly something exhilarating and freeing about the open road—picking a place on the map, hopping in the car, and just driving.

Think about it: You’re in the car (we’re picturing a door-less Jeep Wrangler, a sleek convertible, or a spacious SUV) with your favorite people. Your only concerns are what snacks you want to eat, how much gas is in the tank, and what playlist you should start with. You open a map, close your eyes, point to a random location, and put the car in drive. You’re starting the great American road trip. It’s a thing of dreams, but with this guide, that dream can become a reality.

We’ve compiled a list of can’t-miss road trip destinations in all 50 states with tips for how to get there and where to rest your head at night. Combine that with our Ultimate Guide to Planning Road Trips, and you have everything you need. All you have to do is pick a starting point and hit the road.

Alabama – U.S. Space and Rocket Center

If you aren’t familiar with Huntsville, Alabama, you might think it’s just a farming town – and it was, until the Space Race in the 1960s. Now, it’s home to the second largest research park in the country, the U.S. Space and Rocket Center, where the rockets that sent the first U.S. satellite into orbit were created. Modules for the International Space Station were designed and built there, and the upcoming Space Launch System is currently being designed on the property. If rockets and space tech aren’t your thing, there are plenty of other attractions in Huntsville. Book a room at the Westin Huntsville, located just over one mile from all the extraterrestrial fun, before heading onto your next destination.

Alaska – Mendenhall Glacier

Channel your inner Elsa (#WhatsUpFrozenFans) and let it go at the Mendenhall Glacier in Juneau, Alaska. You can get a stunning view of the 13-mile long glacier at the Forest Service’s visitor center or you can explore the glacier on foot. Just be warned, this 8 hour trek is “snow joke” and is not advised for inexperienced hikers. Of course, you can go on other adventures in Juneau. Prop up your feet and relax at Four Points by Sheraton between your excursions.

Arizona – Saguaro National Park

Arizona is full of natural wonders, but we suggest you check out Saguaro National Park. Well, there’s also this cool place called the Grand Canyon that might be worth a peek, but you can’t pass up the desert views near Tucson. This is one of the only places you can see giant saguaro cacti (the symbol of the American West) and the wildlife that inhabits the area. You can camp at the park, but if you prefer to sleep under a roof instead of under the stars, you can stay in one of many hotels in Tucson.

Arkansas – Crater of Diamonds State Park

If you’re in Arkansas, you have to stop in Murfreesboro to try your luck at mining for diamonds. Seriously. You can find white, yellow, and brown diamonds along with amethyst, garnet, agate, quartz, and jasper in the Crater of Diamonds State Park. According to the park, over 33,100 diamonds have been found by visitors since 1972. Don’t feel too pressured to come prepared with mining experience; you can rent tools from the park. Drive up through Ouachita National Forest on your way to Fayetteville for tons of activities and a good night’s rest.

California – Muir Woods

Surround yourself with living history among the redwood trees and Douglas firs in Muir Woods. Redwoods can live an average of 600 to 800 years with the oldest being at least 1,200 years old! Enjoy the quiet stillness of the park while exploring the various hiking trails. You can spend the night in Mill Valley or travel across the Golden Gate Bridge for some time in San Francisco, where you can choose from a variety of hotels. Just make sure to drive a stretch of the Pacific Coastal Highway on your way to your next destination.

Colorado – Garden of the Gods

Experience some of the country’s most impressive geographic wonders amidst the grasslands and mountain ranges surrounding the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs. Hike, bike, ride on horseback, drive, or even Segway through the park, where you can peer up at the stunning red rock formations. If you’re really adventurous, you can rock climb to your heart’s content. You’ll deserve to be pampered after all the activity in the Garden of the Gods, so book a 5-Star, 5-Diamond experience at The Broadmoor hotel between mountainous adventures.

Connecticut – Mystic Seaport Museum

Drive up to the magical town of Mystic to try your hand at the maritime lifestyle. Start your journey at the Mystic Seaport Museum to see the last wooden whaleship, explore a preservation shipyard, and get out on the Mystic River. Next, check out what’s under the water at the Mystic Aquarium, and see the only beluga whales in New England and endangered African penguins. Get some shut-eye at one of the cozy hotels in Mystic.

Delaware – Nemours Mansion and Gardens

Stroll through North America’s largest formal French gardens at the Nemours Estate. Originally owned by Alfred I. DuPont (1864-1935), this mansion has 77 rooms designed in the late-18th-century style with beautiful gardens, a large pool, 200 acres of meadows, lawns, woodlands, and a chauffer’s garage where you can view vintage automobiles. Make sure to check into a Wilmington hotel and explore the many other historic attractions in town.

Florida – Lakeland Safari Wilderness Ranch

Of course, you can visit your favorite animated mouse, join the world of wizards, or escape to Pandora in Orlando, but did you know you can ride camels through a safari in Lakeland, Florida? Visit Safari Wilderness to see zebras, elands, ring-tailed lemurs, Irish Dexter cattle, African Watusi, and more. Stay the night at one of the many Lakeland hotels, and if you really can’t resist seeing your animated friends in Orlando, you’re only an hour away.

Georgia – Tybee Island

Breathe in the sweet ocean air as you kick back and relax on Tybee Island. Where else can you explore the Tybee Island Lighthouse, grab a bite at the famous Crab Shack, and cozy up with a beach chair and a good book? Drive 20 minutes down the road to the charming southern town of Savannah to stroll historic streets and drive down scenic lanes surrounded by oak trees covered in mystic Spanish moss. Rest your head at one of the many unique Savannah hotels like the Perry Lane Hotel, Mansion on Forsyth Park, or The Alida before continuing your road trip adventure.

Byodo-In Temple - Hawaii road trip destination

Hawaii – Byodo-In Temple

You might recognize this destination from episodes of “Hawaii Five-O,” “Lost,” or “Magnum P.I.”—or you might know about the full-size version of this temple in Uji, Japan. The Hawaiian Byodo-In Temple is a small-scale replica of the original Byodo-In Temple built over 950 years ago. The replica is a non-practicing Buddhist temple welcoming people of any faith to worship, meditate, explore, or hold wedding ceremonies. Peacefully stroll among the meditation niches, wild peacocks, reflecting pond holding Japanese koi carp, and waterfalls found at the base of the Ko’olau Mountains in the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park. Journey on to Honolulu, where you can explore beautiful beaches and resorts.

Idaho – Silver Mountain

Located in northern Idaho’s panhandle and spanning Wardner and Kellog Peaks, Silver Mountain has a ton of experiences and breathtaking views. Take a 3.1-mile gondola ride to the top of the mountain where you can snow tube, bike, and grab a bite to eat. If you’d rather skip the longest gondola ride in North America, the base of the mountain, Silver Valley, has historic roots in mining with seven mines and museums in the area. Head a little way down the road to Coeur d’Alene to book your hotel and participate in water sports on the lake.

Illinois – Grafton Harbor Floating Winery

Test your sea legs at the Grafton Harbor Floating Winery while tasting a variety of unique wines from around the world—like Nauti Wench red wine and Tipsy Mermaid semi-sweet table wine. (Psst… they have wine slushies too!) But if wine isn’t your fav, you can enjoy a beer at ARRR Bar (which also floats) or take the party over to the Grafton Oyster Bar for some award-winning food and live music. You guessed it – this floats too. Located on the Mississippi River – just a ferry ride away from Missouri – Grafton Harbor is a great stopping point on the way to St. Louis, where you can rest for the night (just bring a designated driver.)

Indiana – University of Notre Dame

Founded in 1842, the University of Notre Dame is not only a top-tier educational institution but it boasts stunning gothic architecture and ivy-covered walls. Some of the most well-known landmarks include the Basilica of the Sacred Heart, the Golden Dome, the Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes and Touchdown Jesus. Off-campus you can explore the history of the automotive industry at the Studebaker Museum or swing by the oldest zoo in Indiana. Since it’s a college town, there are many great hotels in the area.

Iowa – Pappajohn Sculpture Park

Stretch your legs in the John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park—no connection to Papa John’s Pizza (we checked.) The park boasts an expansive collection of sculpture art featuring pieces by 22 world-renowned artists including Jaume Plensa, Ugo Rondinone, Tony Smith, Yoshitomo Nara, Anthony Caro, and more. The art is spread out over 4.4 acres, so you can make a day out of it with a cozy outdoor picnic before staying the night at a Des Moines hotel.

Kansas – Strataca: Underground Salt Museum

Salt might not sound worthy of a road trip stop. You see it on your table every day, right? Well, Strataca is a museum built inside one of the largest deposits of rock salt in the world. The Hutchinson Salt Member was formed almost 275 million years ago, and you have to take a tram 650 feet below ground to even get to the museum. Then, you can learn all about mining and be near one of the world’s most secure underground storage facilities. Venture back above ground and grab a room at a local hotel before continuing your adventure.

Kentucky – Churchill Downs

Grab your wide-brimmed derby hat or pastel suit and mosey on over to Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby. Even if you don’t make it to Louisville for the races the week of April 27, 2019, you can still visit the Kentucky Derby Museum. Take a tour of the track by golf cart, enjoy a walking tour around the property, and visit the barns (except during Derby season.) If horse racing isn’t your cup of tea, check out the Copper & Kings Brandy distillery or the Louisville Zoo. Reside in luxury at the Galt House Hotel, the official host of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby.

Louisiana – Mardi Gras World

Visit the room where it happens—“it” being the creation of Mardi Gras parade floats. Mardi Gras World has been the home of the floats for years, with their artists designing the biggest floats since 1947. Take a tour of the facilities to learn the history of New Orleans Mardi Gras while you visit the float den (where the floats are built year-round). Make sure to swing by the French Quarter and Bourbon Street before cozying up in your hotel for some rest. Might we recommend the Hotel Royal, Hotel Le Marais, Melrose Mansion, or Bourbon Orleans Hotel?

Maine – Portland Head Light

Not only does this destination feature an award-winning museum, but it’s a great spot to snag the perfect Instagram photo. Trust us, you won’t need a filter. The Portland Head Light is home to an award-winning lighthouse museum and stunning sunset views. Stretch your legs while exploring the historic forts and coastline before filling up on lobster at The Lobster Shack at Two Lights. Just make sure your visit is between April and October when they’re open for lobster season. Book a room or suite at the Inn by the Sea – and schedule a massage at their spa. You deserve it.

Wild horses on Assateaque Island - the Maryland road trip destination

Maryland – Assateague Island

You’ll feel like you’re traveling back in time when you set foot on this preserved island of coastal wilderness. Split between Maryland and Virginia, this 48,000-acre island is home to unique coastal habitats roamed by majestic wild horses. In the late 17th century, a ship wrecked off the coast of Virginia. According to legend, a herd of horses survived and made Assateague Island their home. You can take a tour of the island, relax on the beach (lifeguards are available in some locations), kayak around the island, or explore on horseback (only available on the Virginia side of the island). Head back into town and book a room at one of these Ocean City hotels.

Massachusetts – House of the Seven Gables

You’ve probably heard of the Salem witch trials, but there are other spooky experiences to be had in Salem, Massachusetts. Take the House of the Seven Gables, for instance. Built in 1668, this wooden Gothic mansion was home to several sea captains and was eventually passed down to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s cousin, Susanna. It’s said that it was the inspiration of Hawthorne’s novel, “The House of the Seven Gables.”  Horror-fiction author H.P. Lovecraft was also supposedly influenced by this home. Just a 10-minute walk away, you’ll find the historic Hawthorne Hotel, where you can grab a good night’s sleep before continuing your road trip.

Michigan – Mackinac Island

It’s normal to get tired of your car after road tripping for a few days, so we threw in this must-see destination. Mackinac Island gives you the perfect excuse to ditch the car and enjoy life like they did in the olden days. Seriously, automobiles are not allowed on the island. Everyone travels by foot, bike, or horse-drawn carriage. Enjoy fudge made with recipes from the 19th century and choose from the wide array of activities to get the most out of this destination. Continue the historic immersion with a stay at the Grand Hotel. It has hosted guests since 1887, but don’t worry, you’ll get the present-day royal treatment.

Minnesota – International Wolf Center

The International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota, is a happy home for many wolves and a museum about the history and culture of wolves. Get up close and personal with Rocky Mountain wolves, Great Plains wolves, and arctic wolves as they roam their 1.25-acre den site. (Don’t worry, there will be glass between you.) If your road trip brings you to Ely in the winter, make sure to try your hand at dogsledding. Head over to Bemidji to grab a picture with Paul Bunyan and his blue ox, Babe. You can’t miss them – Paul is 18 feet tall! Finally, catch some Zs at a nearby hotel.

Mississippi – Dunn’s Falls

Created in the mid-1850s by John Dunn, Dunn’s Falls features a vintage water wheel. The force generated by the 65-foot waterfall turned the water wheel back in the day, creating natural power. Wander along the nature trails or have a cozy picnic by the falls—you might be lucky enough to spot wild turkeys or deer. Head into town and book a night in Meridian at one of these hotels.

Missouri – Lake of the Ozarks

Take your pick from a variety of activities at the Lake of the Ozarks. Of course, you can hang out on the lake or relax on a private lake charter, but that’s just the beginning. Take a peek at some dope onyx formations at Bridal Cave/Thunder Mountain Park or sip wine at the Shawnee Bluff Winery. If a round of golf or a spa day float your boat, you’ll definitely want to stay at The Lodge of Four Seasons for a night (or two).

Montana – Glacier National Park

When road tripping around the U.S., you have to stop at the Crown of the Continent, also known as Glacier National Park. Here you can explore mountain ranges, forests, and alpine meadows. It’s also home to 200 lakes and 50 glaciers. In case you’re wondering, you can find plenty of gorgeous places to snag Insta-worthy photos. Once you have the perfect photo, head into the popular ski town of Whitefish to book your room for the night.

Nebraska – Omaha’s Old Market

Shop till you drop at the Old Market in Omaha. This historic warehouse district has 12-square-blocks of shops, restaurants, galleries, and antique murals. Often described as having old world charm, this arts, shopping, and entertainment district is picturesque and fun. Baseball fans will like exploring Omaha which houses the College World Series. There are plenty of places to stay so you can spend as much time as you want sightseeing.

Nevada – Valley of Fire State Park

When most people think of Nevada, they automatically think of Las Vegas. While hanging with Elvis impersonators and trying your hand at the slot machines can be fun, we suggest wandering over to the Valley of Fire State Park in Clark County (only 50 miles from Vegas). Explore red Aztec sandstone, colorful limestone, petrified trees, and other desert masterpieces. You can hike to see ancient petroglyphs on the Atlatl Rock or the many colors of the White Domes and Rainbow Vista before heading back to Vegas to book your stay.

New Hampshire – Mt. Washington

Visit the summit of Mount Washington and, on a good day, you can see stunning views of New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Quebec, Maine, New York, and the Atlantic Ocean. It might seem difficult to reach the summit, but you can choose from a variety of ways to get there. You can ride the Cog Railway, drive or ride the Mt. Washington Auto Road, or hike up and down the mountain. Pro-tip: If you don’t want to hike both ways, you can take the Cog one way. Rest your head in the nearby city of North Conway before packing up and heading to the next destination.

New Jersey – Hamilton-Burr Dueling Site

Jam out to the Hamilton soundtrack (or Mixtape, if you prefer) while you head over to the Hamilton-Burr dueling site in Weehawken, New Jersey. In case you’re a little fuzzy on your American history, Alexander Hamilton was America’s first secretary of the Treasury and Aaron Burr was a New York senator and vice president under President Thomas Jefferson. The two were political rivals for years, resulting in a duel and Hamilton’s death in 1804. Don’t throw away your shot to book a room at one of the many nearby hotels in this historic part of the country.

New Mexico – House of Eternal Return

You may have heard of the immersive and interactive art experiences created by Meow Wolf. Santa Fe, New Mexico is home to their first permanent installation and was created with support from George R.R. Martin. The House of Eternal Return mixes creative realms with art installations and the appearance of interdimensional travel. According to legend, the Selig family resided in the house, but “something happened” causing them to disappear and time and space to change forever within the home. Explore the art exhibit/jungle gym/children’s museum/time travel experience for yourself (but remember, it’s closed on Tuesdays.) After you have your mind blown by the massive amounts of creativity, book a room at La Posada de Santa Fe. If you find yourself heading out via Route 66, listen for the sounds of “America the Beautiful” playing as you drive down the stretch of musical highway.

Waterfall by a stone bridge at Watkins Glen State Park in New York

New York – Watkins Glen State Park

Cascades, small staircases, punchbowls, chutes, and plunges are plentiful at Watkins Glen State Park. Not sure what we mean? These are all types of waterfalls you can see in this magical park—some ranging up to 60 feet high. Get your hike on or have a picnic by a waterfall—and keep your eye out for all the photographic opportunities. Of course, you can also see Niagara Falls and the Statue of Liberty in New York state, but this park is a hidden gem. Grab a cozy suite at the Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel while you’re there.

North Carolina – Biltmore Estate

Get your fix of southern charm at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, North Carolina. Estate is a bit of an understatement since the property includes 250 rooms surrounded by 75 acres of gardens. Explore the estate (or upgrade to a behind-the-scenes tour or rooftop tour) and swing by the winery for free tastings. Besides the Biltmore, you can try plenty of indoor and outdoor activities in Asheville. We recommend getting some shut-eye at an Asheville hotel before journeying to the next state.

North Dakota – Enchanted Highway

Most people would tell you to visit Fargo when you visit North Dakota, but we have a different idea. Get a good night’s rest in Dickinson before setting off to see the Enchanted Highway. Located just off Interstate 94, this stretch of road features massive art installations created by Gary Greff, a former school principal who previously had no welding experience. This 32-mile highway showcases many sculptures including “Geese in Flight,” which was named the world’s largest scrap metal structure by the “Guinness Book of World Records” in 2002.

Ohio – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Roll on over to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio. Home to musical artifacts from some of the world’s greatest rock musicians and host to many concerts and events, this museum is a must-see for music lovers. If you’re more of a sports fan, you might enjoy touring the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, just an hour away. Either way, you will find plenty of hotels in Cleveland and Canton where you can rest up for the next leg of your trip.

Oklahoma – The Gathering Place

Named America’s Best New Attraction in 2018 by USA Today, the Gathering Place in Tulsa, Oklahoma is a riverfront experience you don’t want to miss. You don’t need to be a kid to enjoy the many activities available including a five-acre playground, Skywalk Forest, climbing towers, fairyland, sensory garden, reading tree, and more. But did we mention the Gathering Place is free? Check into a hotel in Tulsa so you can have more time to explore other parts of the city as well.

Oregon – Crater Lake National Park

Over 7,000 years ago, Mount Mazama erupted and collapsed, creating the nation’s deepest lake (and the seventh deepest lake in the world). Aptly named, Crater Lake is six miles wide and 1,148 feet deep with Wizard Island remaining in the middle. You can drive around the rim, snowshoe hike, swim, or fish in this unique national park. Drive 60 miles south to Klamath Falls to book a room and explore the welcoming town.

Pennsylvania – Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve

Put the petal to the metal and make your way to Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. This botanical wonderland is home to over 700 plant species spread over 134 acres. Beautiful displays of nature are prevalent throughout the year, but spring and summer are the best months to see the widest variety of wildflowers. Make sure to get some rest in New Hope before continuing your road trip.

Rhode Island – White Horse Tavern

Although you might find pubs named White Horse Tavern all over the country, the White Horse Tavern in Newport, Rhode Island has been in business since 1673 and was frequented by politicians and pirates for hundreds of years. In fact, it’s the oldest bar in America. We recommend that you explore the town and dine at the tavern before staying the night at a Newport hotel.

South Carolina – Aiken

Most people think of Charleston when they think of destinations in South Carolina, but we argue that you should spend a day in Aiken. Named the South’s Best Small Town 2018 by Southern Living, this horse town is as charming as it is historic. From driving under the natural archway of oak trees on South Boundary Avenue to watching Thoroughbred races and polo matches in the spring, this town is nothing short of picturesque. Grab a bite at one of the local downtown restaurants and relax with a cocktail at the Willcox Hotel—where previous guests have included Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt. If the Willcox is all booked up, rest your head at another Aiken hotel before driving to your next destination.

Mount Rushmore - South Dakota road trip destination

South Dakota – Mount Rushmore

There’s only one place to see presidential portraits carved into 60 feet of granite—which is why Mount Rushmore is the destination of choice for South Dakota. Say hello to George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln (or peer up their noses) before hiking the Presidential Trail or trying Jefferson’s original ice cream recipe. When your presidential adventures are through, head 30 minutes down the road to Rapid City, to rest up at a hotel.

Tennessee – Ruby Falls

We’ve mentioned several waterfalls in this road trip planner, but this one is unique. Located underneath Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga, Ruby Falls is the country’s deepest and tallest underground waterfall that’s open to the public. Explore the cave and see the beautifully lit waterfall before heading above ground to book a hotel for the night in this city located below the Appalachian Mountains.

Texas – Cadillac Ranch

Mosey on over to Amarillo, Texas to see a public automobile art installation along Route 66. Cadillac Ranch is an outdoor art exhibit where Cadillacs are planted halfway in the ground and tagged with beautiful graffiti by visitors. Explore the heart of the Panhandle and try your hand at the 72-ounce steak challenge when you book your stay in Amarillo.

Utah – Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park

Explore the remote, rugged landscape of southeastern Utah at Monument Valley. Known for the 400 to 1,000-foot tall sandstone rock formations, this park is also the heart of the Navajo Nation. Travel through the scenic landscape by car, horseback, or Jeep tour. If you can, stay in the park for long enough to see the clear, starry sky before heading over the state border to Kayenta, Arizona, for a good night’s sleep.

Vermont – Haskell Free Library and Opera House

Although its address states Derby Line, Vermont as its residence, the Haskell Free Library and Opera House straddles the U.S.-Canada border. Where else can you have a dual-country experience as you sit in Vermont while watching an opera onstage in Quebec? While you’re in the area, travel 65 miles to Waterbury where you can tour the Ben & Jerry’s Factory to satisfy your sweet tooth. Recover from your sugar high and food coma in a local hotel before heading to your next destination.

Virginia – Colonial Williamsburg

This destination was named No. 12 in the “52 Places to Go in 2019” roundup by the New York Times. Colonial Williamsburg was home to many major events of U.S. history and is currently a museum where visitors can travel back in time to explore various exhibits across the expansive property. Extend your time travel overnight by booking a room at the Colonial Houses Historic Lodging, or go back to the present and stay at the Embassy Suites in town.

Washington – Mount Rainier National Park

If you enjoyed visiting the fallen volcano in Crater Lake, you’re bound to enjoy exploring this active volcano in Washington state. The landscape surrounding Mount Rainier is just as unique as the icy volcano has meadows of subalpine wildflowers and forests at its base. You can hike the Sourdough Ridge Trail at sunrise, ride up the Mt. Rainier gondola for a scenic mountaintop dinner, or explore the temperate rainforest and wildflower meadows in this environmental oddity. We recommend camping in the park for the full experience, but if a comfy bed is more your style, Tacoma is less than two hours away by car.

West Virginia – Mystery Hole

Things can get a little topsy turvy in Ansted, West Virginia – home of the Mystery Hole. In the 1970s, Donald Wilson, the original owner of the attraction, stumbled upon an underground bit of land where he claimed gravity was more of a suggestion than scientific law. Above-ground, you can peruse the whimsical gift shop before heading underground where optical allusions trick the eye. Make your way to Oak Hill to book a room and try to make sense of this defiance of gravity on Earth.

Wisconsin – House on the Rock

We know a house on a rock might sound boring, but this destination is anything but boring. Construction for the House on the Rock began in 1945 and has continued through time. Journey through the house and explore the Streets of Yesterday, Japanese gardens, the largest indoor carousel in the world, a room that extends 218 feet over the valley, and more. You can stay at one of the inns on the property or head into Dodgeville to book a room for the night.

Wyoming – Jackson Hole

No, this isn’t your typical hole. Moose, bears, elk, and antelope roam the town of Jackson Hole which overlaps with Grand Teton National Park. There’s plenty to do here. You can drive down Moose-Wilson Road searching for wildlife, hike through forests and meadows, ski down snowcapped mountains, and check out the beautiful lakes. Make sure to book your stay at the Mountain Modern Hotel for a trendy and cozy night.

There you go! How many of these have you already been to? What inspired you the most? No matter where you head to on your next road trip, we’re here to help you find the perfect place to rest your head. All you have to do is pick a place on the map and rely on us keep your hotel booking experience simple and gimmick-free.