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Jebby14

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Posted: 07/30/19 08:14am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

cedar point is the best amusement park in the world for thrill rides. plan more than a single day and spend the money for their fast passes. worth it. its only a day trip for me so I've been lucky enough to go many times.


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Head for Glacier NP, maybe up to Canada's national parks, or not then follow US Rt. 89 south through YNP and Grand Teton and as far as time allows. Or the other way around. Countless national parks and various other mountain points of interest.


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MI Upper Peninsula, specifically picture Rocks, Tahquamenon Falls, and Mackinac Island.

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Posted: 07/30/19 09:56am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Gorgeous time to head over to Michigan.
Start on the SE side of Lake Michigan and head North. There are some great museums in the UP. Travel up and over, along the lake, then into Wisconsin, and down to Door County. Hit the Dells, then to S Dakota for all the National Parks, Spearfish Canyon,etc.

Fall colors abound, great food, gorgeous scenery, and hopefully, not too busy.

Have a fun, safe trip wherever you decide to go


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Crowe wrote:

I'd head straight up to Banff and Jasper National Parks then mosey my way down through Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Custer State Park and the Badlands in SD. If you're willing to drive that far, I'd agree with PartyOfFive as the northeast is perfect that time of year.


This is what I would do. Maybe throw in Glacier instead of the SD stuff since that's not too far for us.


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Everyone else has beat me to it!

Since you are asking, I'm betting that you are looking for new ideas on places you haven't been. That probably rules out the desert west.

For my money, and since you are talking as far east as OH, the UP of Michigan is a MUST. You could easily spend the entire time there depending on your personal interests.

Banff/Jasper/Calgary is another place you could do the entire trip imo. Great time of year for it. The trip up in itself would be grand.

I may be jaded from growing up in east TN, but the Smokies cant compare to the Rockies in any form or fashion except traffic, cheesy roadsides, and tourist volume in which they beat the Rockies by many orders of magnitude. But they are fantastic in mid-late October when the leaves turn.


When you narrow it down, be sure to post where so that we can get more specific in places to go, things to do.

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Ozarks, Hot Springs if u are looking for lots of things to do. They have the amusement and water parks, shopping, great dining, 4-5 rivers and lakes. Lots of hiking and history. We just spent 10 days there last month and loved it. And the scenery driving in is amazing!


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Grand Canyon, Yellowstone, Mt Rushmore then back thru Idaho and st lake city, then on to Washington Mt St Helens and Oly Pennsey, Levenworth on way to Oly pennsy. Fish Hatchery in Wa and Or.





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Olympic/Mt Ranier Natl Park to either Jasper/Banff NP. Down thru Glacier to Yellowstone/Jackson WY


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Posted: 07/30/19 01:16pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Leaf peeping when the Aspen turn in Colorado can be golden.

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