RVs can unlock the door to unique experiences in ways few other vehicles can match. If you’ve been looking at Class B RVs for sale or you’re already living the RV lifestyle, you likely have adventure on your mind. You want to get out there and see what’s around every bend. That’s the great thing about traveling on the open road and taking unforgettable trips. There’s always something fascinating to see. Every state has roadside attractions just waiting for you to pull up and explore. If you’re looking for new places to discover in your RV, here are four roadside attractions you can add to your list.

The World’s Largest Ball of Twine in Cawker City, Kansas 

This may be the road trip staple. It’s situated smack dab in the middle of the United States. If you take your RV to Cawker City, Kansas, you can say you’ve seen the world’s largest ball of twine and (essentially) the middle of the contiguous United States. The ball of twine is just over 8 feet wide and 10 feet tall. You can even stay in your RV near Cawker City and enjoy the views around Waconda Lake.

Carhenge in Alliance, Nebraska 

Due north of Kansas and in Nebraska, you’ll find the mighty Carhenge. If you’ve assumed this is like Stonehenge but made out of cars instead of large, carved boulders, you’re absolutely correct. This tribute to the automotive world is just north of Alliance, Nebraska, and it features several old cars stacked up in a way that mimics the original Stonehenge in southern England. It’s a must for RV road trippers, for sure.

Four Corners Monument in Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona 

You’re ready to see as much of the country as possible after finding the perfect Super C RV for sale. Super C RVs can be the ideal road-tripping motorhome. They can be roomy enough for the entire family, so you can go exactly where you want. If you’ve ever wanted to stand in four states at the same time, you’ll want to take your RV to the Four Corners Monument. It’s the point where Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona all meet. Four Corners also makes for the perfect RV road trip destination because it’s also near the picturesque Monument Valley and a number of breathtaking canyons packed with history.

Trees of Mystery in Klamath, California

U.S. Highway 101 along the Pacific Coast is worthy of an RV road trip in and of itself. There are all kinds of sights to take in, but there’s one site where the majesty of nature shines like a great emerald. That site is the Trees of Mystery just north of Klamath, California. Stay at the nearby Mystic Forest RV Park and take in the spectacular redwoods of northern California. At the Trees of Mystery, you’ll also be greeted by folk hero Paul Bunyan and his pal Babe the Blue Ox. Paul stands 49 feet high! Talk about a truly unique experience.

About DDRV

There’s something special about exploring the great outdoors in an RV. It’s freedom, discovery, and adventure all in one vehicle, and no one knows adventure better than DDRV. As Idaho’s preeminent RV dealers, they’re ready to help you enjoy your next trip to the fullest. From new and used motorhomes for sale to a huge selection of boats, personal watercraft, and ATVs, they have you covered for any adventure. That means they’re not just the most trusted Idaho RV dealers—they’re also the boat dealers Idaho turns to for excursions on the water. Plus, with ATV sales Boise can’t get enough of, you can find the powersports vehicles to go anywhere. Whether you live in the Treasure Valley or call anywhere in the Pacific Northwest home, make DDRV your top choice for outdoor recreation, no matter where the road takes you.

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