You are about to begin an exciting journey along three of America’s most scenic highways!
Whether it be traveling I-86, Rte-15 or Rte-6, the journey begins here. There is so much to do and see along these three major Routes. This guide will help you plan your trip. We recommend at least 5-6 days to complete your trip along any of these routes. From resorts to lakes, recreation, national forests, artsy trails and gift shops, camping, scenic views, the fall foliage, wineries, fabulous hotels, and bed & breakfasts to lay your head down.
Lets not forget the food along the way, hundreds of restaurants to pick from, whether it be breakfast, lunch or dinner when it is time to dine. When it is time to unwind from your trip for the day don’t forget to pick from your favorite wines at the wineries, wine shops and grocery stores to enjoy with your cheese at the cheese shops. Lets not forget when you get that sweet tooth to stop by one of your destinations and pick up your favorite candy and ice cream.
Our maps will help you decide where to rest, shop, gas up and relax for the night. So many great cities and small towns with historic sites along your journey to choose from. Also lots of festivals to pick from, fairs to go to and casinos to gamble. Feel free to take a day off and golf for a day, take in a ball game or a race, visit a museum or buy yourself that new outfit at the mall. For the outdoors don’t forget about the great hunting, skiing, fishing, horseback riding, biking, and rafting. If you are looking for a new home or a place to rent, check out one of the many realtors in the guides. Also many marinas to choose from for all your boating and accessory needs. These guides have all of this and a lot more to offer to get you through your journey.
You are on the trail to something big! Whether you are on your journey by car, motorcycle, bike, boat or by your own two feet on the trails, there are thousands of miles to see. You can find your guide at rest areas, state parks, visitors and tourism bureaus, information centers, chambers of commerce, as well as truck stops, hotels, motels, restaurants, service stations, advertisers and others along the way. You can always find us at northeasttravelguides.com.