I am landing in Boston on July, 24th for a 3 weeks long roadtrip along the East Coast... I have to end my drive in North Carolina, I was initially about to spend a couple of days in Boston then drive to NYC for another stop and then drive into the wild to reach NC...
Talking in another forum about my interests in natural outdoors, I have been advised to take into consideration a side trip from Boston in Vermont... As far as I have time... Why not! ;-)
I have just had a look at the map, Vermont seems great!...
Burlington, Plattsburgh (what is the easiest way to reach Plattsburgh from Burlington? Any boat?) then natural surroundings (lakes, forests, peaks) along I 87 (west side) down to NYC...
Have you any advise regarding a pleasant way to accomodate along the trip?
I assume that should be a lot of camps or whatever... I am going to travel alone, so the more people I meet the better... I am not really interested in a room in an hotel! lol ;-)
It seems there are a lot of "natural" spots along I 87 (west side) too many to pass by all of them actually... If you could let me know which I have to focus on, I would be really grateful... (High Peaks, West Canada Lake, Silver Lake...)
Many thanks in advacne for your useful comments!
Please share any idea which possibly comes over according to such a drive!