So many different things can dictate you how you plan a road trip. Perhaps you want to work around weather, maybe you have a destination but want to see the sites along the way or conceivably you have a week’s vacation and want to make the most of it.
Let’s say your family reunion is in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, a cross-country jaunt for you and the fam. You can’t miss it, but if you’re going to be on the road you want to make your trip worth every mile. That’s where Road Trippers comes in. Enter your destination and this helpful tool will tell you the best sites to see along the way. You’ll not only relive your childhood memories of fishing with Uncle Jim at the reunion, but you’ll make new memories along the way.
If nothing makes you happier than getting outdoors, a week’s vacation in your Airstream probably sounds like heaven. But with so many places you could see and things you could do, narrowing it down or making a final decision can seem overwhelming. Our Best Road Trips Guide compiles favorite road trip routes that you can use to plan your own classic outdoor adventure. Sometimes the best ideas are the ones you borrow from someone else.
There are plenty of weather apps and websites out there, but for our money Dark Sky is the pick of the litter. Whether you’re looking to avoid the rainy season or you want to drive into the snowstorm because you’re seeking ideal skiing environments, Dark Sky will guide your trip based on the conditions you want and those you don’t.