Tee Gentry

The Blue Ridge Parkway.

Road trips are an American tradition. Families have been loading up the car and hitting the road since the beginning of time. OK, maybe it hasn’t always been a car, but you get the idea. My Top 6 Georgia-South Carolina-North Carolina Backroad Trips.

My favorite road trips are not on the interstates but back roads. As I’ve said before, back roads have a way of slowing you down and making you live in the moment. I usually take one at least a couple of times a month. You can discover small towns you’ve never been to and great restaurants and attractions. One of my favorite trips is the Blue Ridge Parkway, especially during the fall.

From the Blue Ridge Mountains Travel Guide-

Arguably ranking among the world’s great road trips, the Blue Ridge Parkway was built in the 1930s to connect Great Smoky Mountains National Park with Shenandoah National Park.

Spanning 469 miles in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the BRP offers sensational scenic vistas, historic sites, and thousands of species of birds, plants, and animals.

From majestic mountains and beautiful waterfalls to verdant valleys and fertile National Forests, the iconic road offers an excellent way to explore Appalachia at its most pristine.

There are no billboards or neon signs, no restaurants or shopping centers, and only one hotel on the road’s entire length. Only nature and convenient overlooks from which to view and explore it. My Top 6 Georgia-South Carolina-North Carolina Backroad Trips.

Check out my videos of trips to Covington, Georgia, where the Dukes of Hazzard was filmed, and many other TV shows and movies. Also, the Blue Ridge Parkway, Caesars Head, SC State Park, Beaufort, SC, and Tallulah Falls State Park.

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