Girls Road Trip Ideas You Will Love!

Girls road trip ideas

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We have some fabulous girls road trip ideas you are going to love! Girl friends, mothers, sisters and daughters: This is a shout out to empowered women everywhere. Pack your bags and give yourself a well deserved trip to some of these amazing destinations. Here are 4 top girl road trip ideas that rock.

Road trips are not only a blast, but they are budget friendly! Especially when you travel savvy in your awesome campervan from Lost Campers!

It’s wine time ladies, so ditch the dudes and let’s do this! Reserve your Lost Campers Van and make your plan!  Shopping, wine tasting, outdoor adventure and….no boys allowed.

California wine country awaits you!


Girls Road Trip Ideas #1: Paso Robles, CA

This lovely little town is located smack dab between San Francisco and Los Angeles which opens up a large array of itinerary options to include along the way from either starting point.

It is famous for it’s variety of local wineries and the laid back feeling there (maybe that is all of the wine causing this feeling? who knows?). The Salinas River divides the East and West side of the valley. On the West side of the river you will find smaller family owned wineries and wine boutiques. On the East side you will find the large resort style wineries that offer food pairings and entertainment.  This is a charming place to spend a day or a few days walking around and wine tasting with the girls. It is not far off Highway 101 and makes for a great detour on a ladies coastal adventure.

Nearby camping options include:

Cerro Alto Campground and Morro Bay State Park, both can be found on www.reserveamerica.com for more information


girls road trip ideas in Solvang, CA

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Girls Road Trip Ideas #2: Solvang, CA

This historic Danish village is located just an hour north of Santa Barbara in the Santa Ynez Valley and will make you feel as if you are on an international getaway in Denmark. Nothing better than danish pastries, craft beer and wine tasting to get a weekend full of girl power on track! If you love boutique shopping, this is the place to be. Solvang offers more than 150 local boutiques to tickle your fancy!  If you are looking for more of a cultural experience there are several museums that celebrate Danish-American culture including the Elverhoj Museum of History & Art.

Near by camping options:

Flying Flags RV resort and campground

girls road trip ideas in Moab, UT

Hiking Moab on a girls weekend!

Girls Road Trip Ideas #3: Moab, UT

Among the red cliffs of Moab, the Colorado River flows through beautiful Castle Valley. This is also where you can find Castle Creek Winery, located at the Red Cliff’s Lodge. Enjoy wine tasting and food parings with the incredible back drop of rock rocks and the rushing Colorado river. Moab also has some lovely local breweries (Moab Brewery make the best Fat Tire ever!)  and local shops along the Main Street in town. There is loads of great hiking, biking and river running to do in these parts. Between Arches, Canyon Lands and Dead Horse Point you will find plenty to do and even more to add to your bucket list for later.

Near by camping options:

Arches National Park, Canyonland National Park, and my personal favorite- Dead Horse State Park. For more information check out discovermoab.com


girls road trip ideas for Estes Park, CO

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Girls Road Trip Ideas #4: Estes Park, CO

One last addition to girls road trip ideas list is Estes Park. Get ready for jaw dropping, majestic beauty! At the gates of Rocky Mountain National Park you will find this quaint  “base camp” town. This gorgeous area offers  loads of outdoor activities to fill your time- so get on your boots and sweat it out on the trail with your soul sisters.

Snowy Peak winery offers wine tasting with a nice selection of local wines. There is a fun nightlife in Estes as well with lots of local venues offering live music and dancing, a night on the town with the girls is a must! The Barrel is a great local craft brewery, with a lovely beer garden (always a great place to catch up with friends), it is definitely worth a stop. There are some great festivals throughout the year here as well so be sure to check out the local events page.


Nearby camping options:

Rocky Mountain National Park….and more. For more information check out visitestespark.com


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Girls Road Trip Ideas  = Girl Power!

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