Enjoy the Southern-Style with Road Trips in Virginia
Whether it's for the grass-roots music that echoes from so many porches every evening, the well-maintained historic sites around every corner or simply for the profound natural beauty that fills the space between towns, it's no surprise that so many opt to take their road trips in Virginia each year.
Road Trips in Virginia: Top Accommodations
The Most Scenic Road Trips in Virginia
With so much to see and do and so many hidden gems located off the beaten track, it's easy to get lost in both space and time on the many routes of Virginia. To help you get your bearings and keep them, here are three of the best road trips on offer in Virginia.
The Crooked Road
Virginia is famed for its passion for traditional forms of music including bluegrass, country and folk. The Crooked Road is the perfect option for travelers looking to cram as much of this passion into one road trip as possible. Take Route 58 through the mountains and pass iconic venues such as the Blue Ridge Music center, the Rex Theater and The Floyd Country Store.
The Blue Ridge Parkway
A road that was actually designed with recreation in mind, the Blue Ridge Parkway is a 755 kilometer stretch of pristine tarmac that takes you along the high crests of the Southern Appalachian Mountains for some truly dazzling vistas. Stop-off highlights include the picturesque Marby Mill and the Peaks of Otter, three mountain peaks that surround the tranquil waters of Abbott Lake.
The Colonial Parkway
If you want to take a jaunt through almost 200 years of American and Colonial history, the Colonial Parkway has your fill. Taking you through what is known as 'America's Historic Triangle' (namely Jamestown, Colonial Williamsberg and Yorktown) the route is a veritable treasure trove of monuments, preserved buildings and battlefield sites that will satisfy even the most discerning of history buffs.
Best Places to Stay for Road Trips in Virginia
Frequently Asked Questions
How much do vacation rentals for Road Trips in Virginia cost?
The average price for accommodation in Virginia is between usually $183 and $467 per night.
What kinds of rentals can I find for Road Trips in Virginia?
You can find 780 Bed & Breakfast rentals and 713 House rentals for Road Trips in Virginia right here on HomeToGo.
The Weather in Virginia
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