United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 3 week road trip South Carolina and Georgia
  2. 2 Last minute trip to Boston w/ kids and car
  3. 3 Glacier National Park in September
  4. 4 World's Longest Yard Sale - don't go!
  5. 5 Rocky Mountaineer added to Cruise
  6. 6 San Francisco through Colorado Rockies
  7. 7 trip to Charlettesville VA
  8. 8 Suggestion on agenda for SF to Seattle
  9. 9 Recommendation: Beachfront in VA or MD walking distance to quaint downtown
  10. 10 New Software
  11. 11 How many days for Martha's Vineyard? And Cape Cod in general
  12. 12 Yellowstone and Tetons in July 2016
  13. 13 Attending a wedding on Nantucket !
  14. 14 Road trip: Boston to Salt Lake City
  15. 15 Los Angeles Indefinitely
  16. 16 Rough (very) initial USA itinerary
  17. 17 Helpp JKF to lyndhurst NJ
  18. 18 Want to relocate out of Houston and maybe Texas. To NC or TN
  19. 19 Trip Report Trip Report 2012 : 11 wonderful days in Alaska
  20. 20 Trip Report Visiting Oregon - Portland to Crater Lake
  21. 21 Thinking of moving FROM Pittsburgh TO Seattle
  22. 22 Aussie family heading to the US for the first time
  23. 23 Lake Tahoe hotel with a lake view
  24. 24 September trip Portland/Seattle
  25. 25 Help Planning Zion/Bryce Itinerary
View next 25 » Back to the top

From Orlando to New Orleans : roadtrippin' route 98

Jump to last reply

Hi,

I previously post this question on another topic, but with the suggestion of another member, I'm making a new one here since it's a bit different then the original that is 2 years old.

Me and a friend are going to fly in orlando (from Montreal) on January 3rd and we are going to travel on the route 98 from Orlando to New Orleans. Since we arrived at noon, we were planning to take 2 and a half day for the ride, stopping at places of interested, before arriving in NO, spending like 5 days in the area before heading back to Orlando and finally, to Montreal in the evening of the 12th of January. We were wandering what are the places not to be missed along our way in terms of state parks (St joseph, St Georges, Bald Point, Tate's hell, etc. etc. etc.) and town worth stopping along our trip. We'll have camping gear to camp or we'll take cheap motels. We're both really excited about heading to New Orleans and this part of the coast, so any information, advices, tips or else we'll be be really appreciated about the route 98 or the must-see in New Orleans and the area.

Thank you very much!

3 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement