Great American Roadtrip - Motorhome Itinerary
After exploring America’s hip capital city, Washington, DC, this tour will show you the best of this diverse region. Follow scenic byways through Virginia and Maryland, and discover the charms of the Chesapeake Bay and Shenandoah National Park, as well as quaint small towns, history and beautiful countryside.
Capital Region USA has partnered with Vacations to America to offer this 14-day trip including 11-day motorhome rental, 2 nights Kimpton Hotel Palomar Washington, DC, return schedule flights, guides, maps, and directions starting from £1,698 per person. Learn more.
From the inspiring monuments and memorials lining the National Mall, one of America’s most iconic national parks, to the renowned Smithsonian Institution’s 17 museums, galleries and National Zoo, to the dozens of unique neighbourhoods filled with global cuisine that make up the city, there is plenty waiting to be explored in the nation’s capital.
Travel 35 miles west of DC to pick up your motorhome at Cruise America in Manassas, Virginia.
Rocky Gap State Park
Surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains and home to Lake Habeeb, Rocky Gap State Park’s 3,000 acres of public lands are an outdoor lover’s paradise.
Gambrill State Park
Located on the ridge of the Catoctin Mountains in Frederick County, Maryland, Gambrill State Park has breath-taking mountain views and miles of hiking, biking and horseback riding trails.
Elk Neck State Park
Home to the historic Turkey Point Lighthouse, the Elk Neck State Park is situated on a peninsula on the famous Chesapeake Bay.
Assateague Island National Seashore
This national park is located on a barrier island and is home to herds of wild horses. Find camping at the adjacent Assateague Island State Park.
First Landing State Park
This state park is where English colonists first landed in 1607, earning the park National Natural Landmark and National Register of Historic Places designations.
Chickahominy Riverfront Park
Visitors can enjoy the park’s namesake river, including a 290-foot lighted fishing pier. The park is located along the Virginia Capital Trail, a 52-mile long cycling and pedestrian trail between Richmond, Virginia’s current capital city and Williamsburg, the state's former capital.
Douthat State Park
Opened in 1936, Douthat was one of Virginia’s original six state parks and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places for the role its design played in the development of parks nationwide.
Shenandoah National Park
The 105-mile Skyline Drive is a scenic byway that travels along the mountain ridgeline through the park. Overlooks along the way allow you to pull off and take in the magnificent views of the Shenandoah Valley.
Return your motorhome to Cruise America in Manassas, Virginia.