The Ultimate RV Road Trip

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Most RV enthusiasts purchase an RV with the intent of going on a grand adventure. However, many forget about their big aspirations over time.  So, what are you waiting for? Embark on this carefully-designed, ultimate U.S. road trip today.

What Is It?

The ultimate U.S. road trip was designed by Randy Olson as a way for road trippers to cross the continental United States and see nearly every major site along the way. The map shows an optimized route that passes through 48 states and sees 50 world-famous sites. When Olson started creating the route, Discovery News jumped on board, and a criteria was created as follows:

  • The trip must stop at least once in all 48 states (excluding Alaska and Hawaii).
  • The trip can only stop at National Parks, National Historic Sites, National Monuments or National Natural Landmarks.
  • The trip must be taken by car, and the car cannot leave the U.S.

How Long Will It Take?

This optimized journey tackles all of the sites very quickly — in just nine days without stopping. However, to make the most of the 13,699-mile journey, you’ll want to take much longer than that. After all, you’ll want to dine at some award-winning restaurants, sleep under the starts at the Grand Canyon and stop to snap photos of the World’s Biggest Cherry Pie and other great American roadside attractions.

Where Does It Go?

Those who embark on the ultimate road trip will not be disappointed. They’ll get to see the Grand Canyon, Yellowstone National Park, The Alamo, New Orleans’ French Quarter, the Liberty Bell, the Statue of Liberty, the San Andreas Fault and countless other sites they probably would never see without using such a carefully created map.

Make the Journey

There’s no better way to take the ultimate road trip than in the comfort and convenience of a new RV from Leisure Time RV in Oklahoma City. Stop in and see us to find an unbeatable deal on your dream RV this fall.

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