Hayes RV Center Blog
- 0 0Published on Mar 31, 2017
The flowers are beginning to bloom, the trees are budding, and the weather is not too hot and not too cold. Spring is a great time of year to go adventuring as an RV’er. There are many beautiful places across the US and we are going to give you some of our top picks for this year!
Napa Valley, CA
Biking through the miles of vineyards provides a relaxing time for all. This is a location many visit during the summer and fall, so going in the Spring proves you with a wonderful trip that isn’t packed with others. You can go on picnics, view all of the sites, and finish the evening off with some complimentary samples from the local vineyards.
Columbia River Highway, OR
Rather than a stop, this is a drive. Here you can visit one of the tallest waterfall’s in the US, a lookout with an awesome view, and then an art museum on the Washington side. We recommend you stop at the 3 Rivers Grill for some good food. The restaurant is a Victorian style home overlooking Hood River, making this a unique and great stop to make.
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, NC/TN
One of the most visited national parks makes Great Smoky Mountains National Park a must see on our list. Rich in historical history, activities for all ages, and full of nature makes this stop simply amazing. There are hiking trails that lead to beautiful views and fishing for those who just want to nap under the sun while catching their dinner for the night. This is a great location to explore nature or to even just sit back and relax.
Branson has anything and everything when it comes to entertainment. From the Branson strip to the amusement park nearby, you can find almost anything entertainment wise. However, there is also many things to do involving nature near Branson. In the Ozark Mountains you’ll find Table Rock Lake, Lake Taneycomo, and Bull Shoals Lake. This is a great area to view nature, golf, or hike around and explore the area.
U.S. Route 9, NY
This is a great, little drive if you are a big fan of organic produce and rich historic landmarks. We recommend you at least stop by the open air farmer market’s and Harvest Spirits Farm Distillery. You will also be able to stop at a few lakes and trails if you need a short break traveling this scenic route and just want to enjoy nature. You could even take a little detour and get some fresh seafood heading northward!