Extraordinary US Road Trip Ideas for Large Groups of Friends

The US has so many incredible road trips that it can be hard to choose which ones are the best for large groups of friends. Luckily, we have done all the research and created a list of the top 10 extraordinary US Road Trip Ideas for Large Groups of Friends! So take a look below and see if one or more stand out to you.

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1 Highway 1 to Big Sur 

This is a must-do if you are looking for extraordinary US Road Trip Ideas for Large Groups of Friends. This trip will take you up and down the entire state, giving everyone in your party something to enjoy along the way! It’s recommended to take this route from San Francisco north on Highway One (CA Route #101) until reaching Big Sur, where it changes into CA Route #68. The views here can’t be beaten, and visiting some small beaches off of Highway One only allow 20 cars per day, so there’s never too many people around. Another great stop just before arriving at Big Sur is Pfeiffer Beach which also has an option where campers can stay overnight with a permit through NPS.

2 Texas Hill Country 

This trip is perfect if you’re looking for a road trip that has it all! The Texas Hill Country will allow you to explore historical sites, beautiful views and even take a dip in some of the best natural springs around. This route starts at San Antonio but can be created anywhere along I-35 going north from there. Some popular stops include: Garner State Park – which contains one of Texas’ largest natural springs where you’ll also find Devil’s Waterhole Swimming Hole & more; Enchanted Rock – this site is known as an ancient volcanic rock formation with amazing hikes located just outside Fredericksburg; Big Bend National Park – only reached by travelling through West Texas on Highway 118 so plan because they have limited hours throughout the year.

3 Hana Highway 

This trip will genuinely give you the whole Hawaiian experience, which can’t be beaten if you drive there with your newly bought used bmw. Of course, everyone knows about Oahu and Kauai, but did you know that Maui is one of the most visited islands in Hawaii? The Hana Highway starts just outside of Kahului on Route 36 until it reaches Hana, located in the eastern part of the island, where many people stop for food or enjoy some more nature trails if time allows—then continuing down past Paia Town towards Ke’anae (where they serve excellent pineapple ice cream), Wailua Falls & Waianapanapa State Park which has black sand beaches along with lava tubes & caves to explore! You can also hike up King’s Highway if your group feels adventurous because this route takes travellers up some steep paths to the top of Haleakala Crater.

The US has so many unique places to explore! So take your time planning out which extraordinary road trip is right for you and make sure you utilize all the information we have shared here. If nothing else, use this as a starting point & do some more research because there are plenty of other great ideas throughout our blog.