East Coast Road Trip: Get Your Road Trip Planner for Spring Break 2020

A car driving through a field on an East Coast road trip.

Leave the Netflix series you’re currently binging on at home, pack only the necessities, and take an East Coast road trip for Spring Break 2020. From Portland, Maine, to Asheville, North Carolina, we’ve picked out out top East Coast glamping sites and how you can go about getting there. If you’re looking for the best East Coast road trip for spring break, these road trips will take you along the East Coast in style with the most luxurious and accommodating glamping sites, where you can rest your head for a night—or two…or three.

A highway on an East Coast road trip.

Road Trip #1: drive from New York through New England

If New York is where you call home, you are in luck, my friend. Why’s that? Well, among the many benefits of being from the Empire State, you are a quick and easy drive to the charming region of New England. Head up New England’s coast, and you’ll find some of the best craft breweries, excellent seafood, and plenty of lush parks and reservoirs.

This road trip up the East Coast will take you along the Atlantic Coast and will have you reasting your head at the most scenic accommodations along the way. From New York to the ever-so-lovely Cape Cod, and from the lush woods of New Hampshire to Maine’s glorious coast, this is one heck of a road trip.

First stop: where to stay in Cape Cod

On your spring break road trip through New England, make sure to stop in the iconic Cape Cod. But where to stay in Cape Cod? Check out one of our favorite Cape Cod cottage rentals for a unique spring break in Massachusetts.An Adirondack chair looking out over a Cape Cod beach as a stop on an East Coast road trip.

Second stop: Lake Winnepesauke and best lakes in New England

As you continue your New England road trip, consider a stop off at one of the best lakes in New England. Visit Lake Winnepesauke and take a breather at one of the top cabin rentals in NH.View of Lake Winnepesaukee from a cabin rental in New Hampshire.

Final stop: find the best Maine vacation spots

As you come to the end of your road trip in New England, discover some of the top Maine vacation spots. After a long road trip, you’re bound to need some sleep. Rest your head inside one of the best yurts in Maine.Lake views from one of the top yurts in Maine on an East Coast road trip.

East Coast Road Trip #2: Pennsylvania to South Carolina

This one goes out to all those Pennsylvanians out there. Whether you’re out in the boonies or in the heart of Philly’s most hip neighborhood, an escape from your ordinary surroundings is always a good time. Why not head south on your East Coast road trip check out some of these glampsites and their stunning views?

Start your Spring Break 2020 road trip by taking the country roads down to Virginia, through Asheville and straight down to South Carolina. With warm ocean breezes and plenty of expansive beaches, a coastal trip down to South Carolina couldn’t get any better. Better yet, these glamping sites are surrounded by amazing national forests, tranquil lakes, and close to the Atlantic.

First stop: Shenandoah National Park lodging

If you’re heading south on your road trip, make sure to stop in Virginia’s beautiful Shenandoah National Park. Looking for Shenandoah National Park lodging? Check out this lakeside yurt camping rental.
An East Coast road trip stop in Virginia.

Second stop: visit Asheville, NC

Asheville, NC is a charming mountain town in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains. Discover some of the best things to do in Asheville, North Carolina from this luxury tent.
Luxury tent rental in Asheville, North Carolina for an East Coast road trip.

Final stop: best beaches in South Carolina

As you finish your road trip, a beach vacation in South Carolina is well deserved. Check out some of the best beaches in South Carolina from the comfort of one of our unique beach houses in South Carolina
Aerial view of a South Carolina beach cottage.


Looking for some more road trip inspiration? Head up to Canada, explore Oregon, and spend some time in the Midwest.

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