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Traveling to the Northeast

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Traveling to the Northeast

We have a RV and are planning a trip from Louisville, KY to Bar Harbor, ME, the week of October 9-18. Please help us take the best route and see the most on our trip. We would like to be able to see and do as much as possible during the 10 days. If we can make it to each state, that would be amazing. If not, we will just have to go again. Would be nice to take one route up and a different one back. Thank you for your help!!!

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1. Re: Traveling to the Northeast

Up through the Allegheny mts to the finger lakes (watkins glen) through the Adirondaks to Burlington VT

Through the white mountains (rt 302 or 112) then down east to the coast Spend a few days there and relax even if you move around a little Return via 90, to Stockbridge and the down to Poughkipsee rt 84, 81 and 68 to Morgantown, You avoid most of the "corridor" figure just 2 days on the return. The problem with these tours is you never get to stay and relax and get to know a place

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2. Re: Traveling to the Northeast

We will be in the area of Brooklyn and Long Island New York and would like to drive up to Maine from the New York area. What would be the route to take to see the scenic views of Maine?

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3. Re: Traveling to the Northeast

The route would be straight thru the megalopolis of Boston. If you are thinking of just visiting for a day while in the NYC area, I'd rethink that.

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4. Re: Traveling to the Northeast

We're gonna take our time, in no hurry

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