Road trips are a great way to see new places while maintaining the freedom to go where you please. Also, they’re a great way to start off your spring traveling.
Here’s a list of 5 road trips for early spring.
1 – The Enchanted Circle, New Mexico
The Enchanted Circle is an 83-mile loop that takes you through valleys, mountains, forest lands, and enchanting towns and communities. Here’s a small list of some of the attractions and views you can see along the way:
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Fish for Northern Pike
Visit Eagle Nest Lake State Park
Various outdoor activities, including hiking and biking
View grazing wildlife and crackling creeks
This road trip offers a mixture of stunning views and a vibrant culture. Labeled one of the top 10 things to do in Taos, The Enchanted Circle promises a remarkable experience.
2 – Tamiami Trail, Florida
The Tamiami Trail in Florida is for any nature enthusiast and outdoor adventurer. With countless miles of the Everglades and many opportunities to spot alligators and birds in their natural environment, this trip promises adventure at every turn.
Beginning at Brickell Avenue in downtown Miami, this route will take you through the Everglades. Along the way, there are many things to do, including airboat tours and gator viewing, walking trails along the Shark Valley, and the Loop Road through the stunning Big Cypress National Preserve.
3 – San Juan Skyway, Colorado
This 236-mile trip travels through the San Juan mountains and passes through many historic towns, including Durango, Silverton, and Ouray. Spend your trip gazing at the remarkable mountain views, the elaborate waterfalls, and the several creeks and rivers. In early spring, with the mountain runoff, the waterfalls and rivers will be at their full extent.
On this route, you’ll also pass through …