USA South Region
Variety is the essence of the Southern RV travel experience. Because of the region's unique cultural and historic heritage, the South developed its own customs, literature, musical styles, and varied cuisines that have profoundly shaped traditional American culture.
From the Carolinas to Louisiana, you will discover a land of great contrasts: sun-drenched beaches and rugged mountain trails; meandering rivers and cascading waterfalls; Old South plantations and New South urban centers; spectacular theme parks and amazing natural vistas; extraordinary cultural attractions and exciting sporting venues; down-home cooking and sophisticated dining. Another fascinating environment is the bayous and swampland of the Gulf Coast, especially in Louisiana and Texas. The South is a vast region with numerous climatic zones (though it is generally regarded as being hot and humid with long summers and short mild winters, being significantly warmer than the regions to its north).
As you travel in your RV you’ll discover that each state has a distinct flair for “Southern Hospitality” – a tradition carried on by the South’s congenial people who coax you to slow down and enjoy the journey.
If you live in the foothills of Northern Georgia, you definitely know about this little escape. Although Richard Russel Highway (Highway 348) most popular in autumn, anytime of year is great to take a roadtrip here - even winter if its open (in fact some would argue that on clear winters day you can see the furthest)!
Highlights of this 4 day RV Holiday include Oconaluftee Indian Village, Mount Pisgah, North Carolina Arboretum, Biltmore Estate and much more! Featured content from www.byways.org
Highlights of this 1 day RV Holiday include John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, Florida Keys History of Diving Museum, Robbie’s Marina and much more! Featured content from www.byways.org
The journey east to west between two of the south’s popular resorts, Miami and Fort Meyers, travels along Interstate 41 and passes through one of Florida’s big attractions, the Everglades.
Whether you come for sunshine, beaches or the Everglades, Fort Lauderdale is a great base for travellers on a motorhome rental or campervan hire holiday in southern Florida.
Long, straight and easy is a good way to describe a motorhome rental or campervan hire trip from Orlando to Miami, and that’s the way some people like it. However, if you prefer to take your time, have a view of the ocean and don’t mind stopping and starting, then there is an alternative.