Fun Places to Visit in the Northeast: 202 Road Trips from New York and Boston
The Northeast getaways in this FREE guide are great for families and couples.
When you live in the northeast U.S., you know you’re literally surrounded by hundreds of incredible places to visit, sights to see, fun activities to enjoy – and all within easy driving distance from wherever you live.
The only problem with this abundance of travel options is … the abundance! Just deciding where to go, how to get there and where to stay and eat when you’re there is a lot of work. That’s why Your AAA – the Northeast’s most trusted, reliable source of travel information – has created a comprehensive FREE guide to all the fun places to visit in the Northeast.
You can download Fun Places to Visit in the Northeast: 202 Road Trips from New York and Boston absolutely FREE right now, and save yourself time, money and effort. You’ll be ready to hit the road in just minutes! Get it FREE now!
Fun places to visit in the Northeast: From New Hampshire to Pennsylvania
Wherever you start, whether it’s Boston, New York City or any city or village in between, you’ll find amazing adventures awaiting you. Gardens, museums, water parks, beaches, amusement parks, historical sites, hikes, restaurants, activities for kids and adventures for adults – whatever your preference, you’ll find it here.
This FREE guide is designed to help you …
- Choose the places and activities that will be perfect for you and your family
- Decide when to go and how to get there
- Plan the best possible trip with confidence
- Relax on a well-researched trip that holds no surprises
- Discover hidden places and unknown spaces
- Enjoy the best of the Northeast, whether you’re a native, or whether it’s your very first road trip!
You never know what you’ll discover in America’s Northeast. Are you a fan of Downton Abbey? Indulge in turn-of-the-century glamor with a trip to The Breakers, Marble House, the Elms and Rosecliff, just a few of the luxurious “cottages” built by magnates of the Gilded Age in Newport, R.I. Read the guide for directions and suggestions for restaurants and hotels, too.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, you’ll also find many wonderful national and state parks, such as Allaire State Park, just 60 miles from NYC in New Jersey, where you’ll be able to enjoy hiking, biking and horseback riding, hunting, fishing, canoeing and camping. And while you can print out your free guide, you’ll also want to take advantage of the included links to each attraction’s webpage, booking options for camping or hotels, and options for buying tickets.
Because this guide comes from Your AAA, nothing is left to chance. You get everything you need to plan ahead, ensuring a trouble-free road trip. (Well, OK, we can’t prevent the occasional flat tire … but we can fix it for you – remember, this is Your AAA! Who else would you trust to help plan your road trip?)
For the kids, you’ll find suggestions that run from Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey, to Sesame Place in Pennsylvania, to the U.S. Navy’s Submarine Force Museum in Connecticut, and even the Museum of Firefighting in New York’s Hudson Valley.
And what kid doesn’t love the beach? We’ve got ‘em, from Connecticut to New Hampshire. There are also romantic getaways for couples, such as the Planting Fields Arboretum State Historic Park in Oyster Bay on Long Island, where you can enjoy Music in the Garden, under the stars, or the Renault Winery in New Jersey, which features tours, wine-tasting, a championship golf course and Tuscan-themed hotel.
In short, you simply can’t pack more information than this into a travel guide. And after all, the price is perfect – $0!
No one knows more fun places to visit in the Northeast than Your AAA
Since 1902, AAA has been providing travel and road safety information to American drivers. Today, some 55.6 million members in the U.S. and Canada trust us for maps, roadside assistance, hotel and dining information, travel advice, shopping discounts and much, much more. Today, Your AAA is a non-profit organization right here in the Northeast, and you know you can trust us to tell it to your straight, whether it’s suggestions for a diner in Danbury or a route to Rhode Island.
We’ve poured all of our extensive knowledge and experience into this single guide to the best road trips around the Northeast, and we want everyone to be able to take advantage of it. That’s why this guide is absolutely free, and easy to access with a simple click.
What can you expect to read about in this free guide from Your AAA? You get all this:
• Museums and historic sites
• Amusement and water parks
• Walking and hiking spots
• City treats
• Favorite restaurants
• Best inns
• Great shopping
The guide includes the 202 best driving trips within two hours of Boston and New York City – which means wherever you are in this delightful corner of the U.S., you’re near these exciting adventures, from the tip of Long Island to the curving arm of Cape Cod, to coastal gems in Maine, the rolling hills of Pennsylvania and the coast of Connecticut.
Remember, you can download it immediately, read it at your leisure, and even use it online to visit the included links to related information. There are no surprises when you turn to Your AAA for advice!
Directions? We’ve got those, too. We’ve been printing road maps since 1905, so we know a thing or two about getting there from here. Hotels? Say no more. There are hundreds of hotels in this Your AAA guide, with our legendary Diamond Ratings, room rates, Your AAA discounts and reviews. And you’ll find plenty of restaurants for every spot you choose to visit in the Northeast – complete with discounts courtesy of Your AAA.
More fun places to visit in the Northeast than almost anywhere else
Since there are so many different great places to visit in the northeast U.S., we know it can be confusing to sort through all the options. For each of the 202 road trips highlighted in this guide, there are many attractions! For instance, just 124 miles from NYC is Hartford, CT, and we deliver details on three amazing experiences: The Mark Twain House, the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center and the Wadsworth Athenaeum, America’s oldest public art museum. Wherever you depart from, that makes Hartford more than just a day trip!
That’s why it’s so valuable to also have hotel and dining information. And in fact, you can even make such a destination your home base for an entire vacation, using the guide to discover even more adventures nearby!
And we describe all the different things you can do at each fun place to visit in New England. For example, did you know that the Cape Cod National Seashore is much more than just 40 miles of beach? You’ll learn from the guide that you can also hike, paddle and bike trails among picturesque bogs, marshes, ponds and uplands, and even tour the Cape’s oldest lighthouse, the Highland Light.
Or perhaps you’ve already driven north from NYC to visit the famous home of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. But you may not know about the delightful Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in nearby Red Hook. If not, you’re in for a treat: As the guide explains, you and your family can enjoy the beauty of New York’s historic Hudson Valley from the air in a classic 1929 New Standard cockpit biplane; admire dozens of antique airplanes, and even watch a World War I dogfight demonstration.
Discover all of this in our FREE guide, Fun Places to Visit in the Northeast, created just for travelers like you who want to see and experience it all!
So I hope you’ll download the guide right now. It’s never the wrong time to plan a day trip, a weekend getaway or a week’s vacation somewhere in the glorious northeast U.S.
Yours for stress-free, enjoyable adventures,
The Editors of Your AAA
PS: This guide to everything the Northeast has to offer is completely free. There are no strings attached and no obligation. At Your AAA, we simply enjoy sharing our expertise with travelers like you!
PPS: One more secret from this guide: Often overlooked by adventure-seekers, the upstate New York area has more to offer than you imagined. Download the guide right now to discover everything from castles to geological wonders to a museum dedicated to the history of glassmaking.