Scenic Road Trips Map
Road trips map of New England: featuring travel maps of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. This is the ultimate New England route planner for motorcycle touring, car trips or RV excursions, whether weekend getaways or day trips are on your agenda. These 33 trips are sure to be unforgettable.
While "New" may be in its name, New England is anything but new as the area is steeped in American history. There are also steep mountains and famed attractions along the scenic byways and scenic highways found by our local MAD scouts.
Take to the water on Maine Windjammer Cruises or visit that state's Acadia National Park, a place so beautiful it became the first national park east of the Mississippi. Explore gigantic boulders stacked like blocks at New Hampshire's Lost River Gorge. Get wild with the wildlife at Vermont's Smugglers Notch State Park or Green Mountain National Forest. Be awed by Massachusetts' Natural Bridge State Park, of which Nathaniel Hawthorne wrote: "The cave makes a fresh impression on me every time I visit it," or take a pilgrimage to Myles Standish State Forest in southern Mass. Pretend you're rich and hang out with the celebs at Rhode island's Newport Beach. Or enjoy Connecticut's intriguing Mystic Seaport. We've got it all covered with our New England road trip map.
Remember all of those classes in school where you learned about the American Revolution? Now that you're all grown up (kinda), don't you think it's time to see those storied locales for yourself? It's time to take to the steep grades and make the grade in New England. MAD Maps' road trip maps are available in traditional paper maps, as well as maps for iPhone and Android.
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US Road Trip MAD Maps Feature:
*Scenic Day and Overnight Road Trips
*24-35 Trip Options Per Map With Directions
*Convenient Size: 4" x 9" - (FOLDED)
*Open Size: 27" x 36" - (UNFOLDED)
*Water and Tear-Resistant Paper
*Hand-Picked Routes from Local Scouts
*Must See Roadside Attractions
*Campgrounds, Recreational Areas, and Outfitters
*Historical Anecdotes and Entertaining Insights