About the Road Travel America Website
Purpose and Direction of This Travel Website
|Road Travel America staff takes a break while touring Death Valley National Park in California|
On this website our staff shares highlights of recent travels and popular road trips in North America, with original photographs, personal commentary, travel reviews, travel guides, trip planning tips and recommendations.
We love America, and travel to the many exciting places and destinations that the country offers. We also enjoy being out on the open roads of America, like cross-country trips on Route 66, The Mother Road.
Travel Staff Credentials
While we have traveled extensively in Europe, the Caribbean and Alaska, on this website we focus on travel in the United States and Canada.
We've traveled thousands of miles over hundreds of roads in virtually every state and province in North America. From our office in Texas, we are positioned to make regular road trips to the west, north, south or eastern sections of the country.
|Objects in the Rear View Mirror ... staff touring Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming|
Our journeys have taken us on U.S. Highway 1 from Key West to the rugged coast of Maine, from New York to California, from Arizona to Oregon, and Texas to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We have driven the Trans Canada Highway, starting at "Mile 0" in Victoria, through Vancouver, Lake Louise, Banff and other stops along the way.
We've toured the Pacific Coast Highway from San Diego to Oregon with stops in San Luis Obisbo, Big Sur, San Francisco, Astoria and other lovely destinations. We enjoyed the serenity of the "Loneliest Highway" in Nevada, and the twists and curves of the Beartooth Highway in Montana.
Who can forget the majestic beauty of the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park, and the breathtaking vistas on Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountains NP. We never tire of driving the switchbacks on the Burr Trail and the Moki Dugway, and enjoying the fall foliage along Blue Ridge Parkway.
Hopefully our travel experiences will be of interest and benefit to website viewers as they plan their travel itineraries.
To give more extensive coverage of Historic U.S. Route 66, we have launched a new website www.Route66RoadTrip.com with photographs, personal experiences, maps, and commentary on the various segments of the Mother Road.
Join us for another American road trip soon!