A road trip is a great way for couples to get away from it all. For those lucky enough to have an RV, the possibilities are endless. Here are our five favorite RV trips for couples in the U.S, from east coast to west and everywhere in between.

1. The Appalachian Trail

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The Appalachian Trail stretches from Georgia to Maine, passing through 14 states and more than 100 national forests and parks. This means there are plenty of places to camp along the way.

The Appalachian Trail is great for hiking, camping and fishing (if you have a license). So if you’re looking for a destination that keeps your active lifestyle in mind, this is it! There are also some great spots to explore nature with your significant other; whether you want to swim in natural springs or go hiking on a volcano summit—or both—this trail has got it all.

2. The Pacific Coast Scenic Byway

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If you’re looking for an RV trip that takes in all the best the Pacific Coast has to offer, this is the route for you. As one of the most beautiful, natural coastlines in America, this scenic byway passes through a variety of climates and terrains.

The route stretches from Northern California to Southern Oregon and offers a number of opportunities to explore nearby areas as well as national parks, forests and monuments along the way. It will take two weeks (or more) if you’re doing it at a leisurely pace but there’s plenty here for everyone!

3. The Lewis and Clark trail

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The Lewis and Clark Trail is a wonderful way to see the country. It’s also a great way to see history, with sites like Fort Clatsop, which was home to Lewis and Clark during their trip in 1805. The trail provides ample opportunity for you and your partner to explore natural beauty as well.

4. The Florida Keys

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The Florida Keys are a chain of islands located in the Gulf of Mexico. They’re accessible by road and water, but you’ll want to get there via seaplane or ferry. The best way to enjoy the Florida Keys is with a rental RV, so you can pitch your tent at any beach you want! The most popular destinations include Islamorada, Marathon (which has two RV parks), Key Largo and Key West.

If you’d like an adventure that’s more rustic than camping but still offers plenty of nature exploration and outdoor activities, try kayaking through mangrove forests and visiting wildlife refuges on your journey down Main Street USA.

5. Route 66

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If you’re looking for a quiet road trip with your significant other, this is the place to go. The route runs from Chicago to Los Angeles and is usually not very crowded. You can take your time exploring the American landscape while stopping in small towns along the way.

A popular attraction on Route 66 is Meteor Crater, which was created after a meteorite crashed into Arizona around 50,000 years ago. You can see an actual piece of this comet at their museum!

The Grand Canyon is another great attraction along Route 66—it’s definitely worth spending some extra time there if you’re interested in nature or geology (or both). Although it’s more than 100 miles away from Barstow, California where we started our trip, we had plenty of daylight left when we arrived so we did some hiking before sunset

There are many wonderful trips that couples can take in their RV.

There are many wonderful trips that couples can take in their RV.

  • You can see the country and visit places you may not otherwise get to see.
  • You’ll be able to save money, especially if you go during off-peak seasons or on weekdays (the best time for discounts).
  • You’ll get to meet new people from all over the world! And some of them will probably also have RVs and love talking about them as much as we do!

If you’re interested in taking a trip like this with your partner, we highly recommend doing some research before deciding where exactly you should go. There are so many possibilities that it’s easy for things to become overwhelming pretty fast. If possible, try planning out several different options at once so that when one seems too expensive or impractical, there’s always another option available right around the corner waiting patiently for its chance at glory!

Conclusion

We hope our list of RV trips inspires you and your partner to pack up and hit the road. No matter how you choose to travel, remember that a well-planned trip is a happy one. Do some research into the different options available, make the best decision for you both, and don’t hesitate to get out there and enjoy!