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Being stuck in the car with kids, friends or family for days has its ups and many interesting moments. Get tips on how to make a long-distance road trip with others stress-free and enjoyable.
Alease Frieson recalls a life-changing road trip that she took as a girl with her mother, sister and a cousin through Nevada and California in the wake of her father’s death. Along the way, the family found joy and healing.
This 280-mile loop beckons with a funky artisan community, Native American heritage and exceptional landscapes. Drive all or part of the Selkirk Loop, across two states and two countries, to feel far from home without leaving the Northwest.
For decades, John King, AAA’s retired travel expert, crafted a series of Northwest road-trip itineraries that showcase the best that each location has to offer. Read some of his favorite auto tours across the Pacific Northwest.
Explore Southwest Washington, a well-watered region of rolling green hills, steady-flowing rivers, century-old farms and lumber towns whose bustle depends on the vicissitudes of the forest products industry.
The Skagit Flats–Fidalgo Loop offers an 74-mile introduction to the natural marvels of Skagit Valley. From Mount Vernon and Burlington along I-5, the route journeys through Padilla Bay, Fidalgo Island, Anacortes, and passes the scenic Deception Pass State Park before returning via Skagit Flats.
Get inspired to plan a road trip with the perfect stops along the way.