Our New Orleans RV road trip was a quick trip south. Unlike our typical month-long cross-country RV trips this was just over a week. The main purpose of the trip was to meet up with family in NOLA and relax for a few days.
You can see that we cover a lot of miles each day. One day exceeded 1,000 miles of driving. First, we don’t recommend driving this much in one attempt. We typically try to stay between 400-500 miles a day. However, we had limited time for this trip and didn’t want to miss the opportunity.
Of course, we did add a couple of National Park sites into our time in New Orleans. For us, no Rv trip is complete without checking at least one NPS site off the list!
Our New Orleans RV Road Trip Route
Click On The Tab In The Upper Left Corner To View All Of Our Stops
Memorable Moments Along Our Route To New Orleans
An amazing underground cave tour at the Endless Caverns in Virginia
A Stop at The Georgia Guidestones a Unique Roadside Attractions
The French Quarter in New Orleans
National Park Service Sites
All of our RV travels include stops at National Park locations. This trip was no different. On our way south we drove through the Shenandoah National Park. Of course, we stopped and enjoyed the views.
While in the French Quarter we visited the New Orleans Jazz National Historic Site, and the Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve.
New Orleans is an amazing city to visit. It offers great history and culture. Our time here was centered around visiting the French Quarter. However, we hope to return someday and tour the rest of this great city. We recommend everyone add this city to their RV travels.
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