With many of the surrounding schools and campus’s spring breaks coming up right around the corner we decided that it would be beneficial to suggest some cost efficient road trip ideas for you and your family to kick the winter blues in southwest Michigan.
If the journey is the destination, what better way to spend it than on a road trip. An interstate trip may open a lot of surprises and memories as you drive through small towns and cities away from home. It’s a hands-on experience to learn America’s history and heartbeat, and we’re talking for you, not your kid. Do you really know what’s going on in the states around you? Do they have the same concerns or taste for a good time? You discovering these things is good; you discovering it with your family is great. The costs are expectedly much lower when you plan ahead, identifying the inns, parks, museums, local eateries to check out once you hit the road. You can check these sites for more road trip ideas:
- America’s Best Road Trips (Yahoo! Travel) – California, Virginia, North Carolina, Montana, Hawaii, Colorado, Arizona, Georgia, Alaska and more road trip routes.
- 10 Stress-free Road Trip Ideas (howstuffworks) – preventive maintenance, breakdown preparation, organizing baggage, route planning and more to get you going.
- America’s Iconic Drives (Travel and Leisure) – scenic routes from desserts to mountain ranges, glaciers to winding roads, the sights can match any European trip.
- Road Trips Down South (Travel South USA) – you are invited to check the itineraries on your way down south.
We now offer this free gas cost calculator. It’s smart to know how much your next trip will you before you start.
Plug in your budget or the length of your trip, mileage and gas price, and the gas cost calculator will do the rest.