The best part of the road trip is an opportunity to make the most of the great outdoors, crushed commuters, and far from the crowds. Road trips will also help you find the best stops that are along the way. Start exploring more places and spend your holidays with more fun. The road trip to the Assateague and Shenandoah includes places like:

You will have to take this multi-day road trip that leads through Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, Delaware, and the District of Columbia. Explore this road trip which includes everything like forest areas, coastal driving, and an amazing byway. You can also visit towns like Virginia Beach to Washington DC. Use this blog to plan your adventure according to your time you want to spend and to your wish. 

Assateague Island National Seashore

Assateague Island National Seashore is managed by the National Park Service. It is located on the East Coast along the Atlantic Ocean in Virginia and Maryland. This place is recreated by ocean wind and waves each day. The visitors who come here will enjoy the beach and many other adventures. Seas and breezes form the Assateague Island. The wildlife, beaches, marsh, wetlands, and dunes are protected for outdoor recreation for the public and for their enjoyment. Many animals are adapted to the sand, salt, wind, and also horses roam freely among the plants. You can at least spend a day exploring sandy beaches, maritime forests, sandy beaches, and coastal bays. Relax and enjoy yourself at the edge of the continent. 

Shenandoah National Park

Shenandoah National Park is located in the North of the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia. The best part of this park is to go for a drive through the mountains. The river of Shenandoah flows through the valley to the west along with a Massanutten mountain that stands between the river’s south and north forks. There are many hiking trails including 101 miles of Appalachian Trail. 

The best time to visit Shenandoah National Park is during autumn. This park has a magnificent panorama view. This park comes with gorgeous waterfalls, amazing vistas, beautiful wildflowers, and quiet wooded hollows. This national park is native to many animals like bears, deer, songbirds, etc. You will at least need two days to spend and explore this beautiful park. 

Blue Ridge Parkway

Blue Ridge Parkway is a National Parkway in the United States which is sometimes called ‘America’s Favorite Drive’. It is unlike any other place where you can have a relaxing drive through the stunning vistas, you can see the rugged mountain very close, you can also see the natural and cultural history of the Appalachian Mountains and you can see the Appalachian Highlands. This parkway protects the diversity of animals and plants. 

It also provides all the opportunities to enjoy and to make the place special. Do not be in a hurry because this place is meant for driving a while and stopping a while experience. The facilities in the Blue Ridge Parkway year-round include the Peaks of Otter Lodge and restaurant north of Roanoke, Va, the Museum of North Carolina Minerals at Spruce Pine, NC, and the Folk Art Center and Parkway Headquarters in Asheville, NC. You can spend a day exploring and enjoying this place.

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