Road Trip Route

St. Louise -> Indianapolis -> Columbus -> Cleveland -> Detroit -> Chicago -> Milwaukee -> Minneapolis -> Mount Rushmore -> Bozeman -> Yellow Stone National Park -> Seattle -> Portland -> Sacramento -> San Francisco -> Los Angeles -> Phoenix -> Tucson -> El Paso -> Dallas -> Houston -> New Orleans -> Tallahassee -> Tampa -> Miami -> Orlando -> Jacksonville -> Savannah -> Charlotte -> Richmond -> Washington D.C. -> Baltimore -> Philadelphia -> New York -> New Haven -> Providence -> Boston

Break Down:

St. Louise -> Indianapolis :

4 hours

Indianapolis -> Columbus :

3 hours

Columbus -> Cleveland :

2.5 hours

Cleveland -> Detroit :

3 hours

Detroit -> Chicago :

5 hours

Chicago -> Milwaukee :

1.6 hours

Milwaukee -> Minneapolis :

5.3 hours

Minneapolis -> Mount Rushmore :

9 hours

Mount Rushmore -> Bozeman :

7.7 hours

Bozeman -> Yellow Stone National Park :

1.3 hours

Yellow Stone National Park -> Seattle :

11.1 hours

Seattle -> Portland :

2.8 hours

Portland -> Sacramento :

9.1 hours

Sacramento -> San Francisco :

1.5 hours

San Francisco -> Los Angeles :

6 hours

Los Angeles -> Phoenix :

5.3 hours

Phoenix -> Tucson :

2 hours

Tucson -> El Paso :

4.8 hours

El Paso -> Dallas :

9.1 hours

Dallas -> Houston :

3.5 hours

Houston -> New Orleans :

5.5 hours

New Orleans -> Tallahassee :

5.7 hours

Tallahassee -> Tampa :

4 hours

Tampa -> Miami :

4 hours

Miami -> Orlando :

3.4 hours

Orlando -> Jacksonville :

2 hours

Jacksonville -> Savannah :

2 hours

Savannah -> Charlotte :

3.7 hours

Charlotte -> Richmond :

4.4 hours

Richmond -> Washington D.C. :

2 hours

Washington D.C. -> Baltimore :

1 hour

Baltimore -> Philadelphia :

1.9 hours

Philadelphia -> New York :

1.9 hours

New York -> New Haven :

2 hours

New Haven -> Providence :

2.5 hours

Providence -> Boston :

1 hour

Total hour: 120.5 hours

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2 thoughts on “Road Trip Route

  1. If you need to stop between New Orleans and Tallahassee, Pensacola is a good stop. Get off at the Scenic Hwy exit(last Pensacola exit). There’s a DQ/Exxon right there. Bathrooms are nice and wide and they’re friendly. Area is mostly level. Don’t get off at Davis Hwy. It is our MOST congested area of town and it can be confusing getting back on.

    • Thanks for the suggestion! but unfortunately we decided to take another route. Since it’s going to be during summer, we chose to go to the north instead of the south. Updated route is also available in our blog! 🙂 Please give us some suggestions if you have any!

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