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Atlanta Road Trip to Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio

Atlanta Journey to Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio

Family road trips used to be the staple for summer vacation, and it’s time to bring them back. Studies show that road trips help with family bonding and kids are more likely to remember the journey better than the destination. Flying is also an ever increasing expensive option and being in a crowded airport is kind of risky with the current COVID pandemic. That is why Airport Van Rental is dedicated to helping plan your next summer vacation with our new journey blog that showcases great options. Below is a journey option from the starting location of beautiful Atlanta, ending at a site of natural beauty, Cuyahoga National Park. At AVR, we understand that the journey should be just as fun as the destination and we will continue to showcase safe journey options for a memorable experience. We even offer 12 or 15 passenger van rentals, so the family can stay spread out while on the road, or so the entire family can get in on the fun. Do summer vacation the right way, with an AVR journey and van rental.


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Chattanooga, Tennessee (594 miles to Cuyahoga) Zoos, Whiskey Tasting, River Walks, and More

1 hour 47 minutes, 117 miles from downtown Atlanta via I-75N

Tennessee is a hidden gem of a tourist attraction that often gets overlooked. There is something for everyone in the family to do while visiting Chattanooga, and this is the perfect stop to start an unforgettable journey. Unleash your wild side and keep the kids happy with a trip to the Chattanooga Zoo. There is also whiskey tasting for the connoisseur and river tours for a romantic or family friendly outing. Chattanooga is home to some amazing local cuisine that can be delivered, so make sure you check the favorites. Options for some of the best lodging can be found here, and Chattanooga makes a great stop for an overnight stay. That way, you can tour at your own pace and set out the next day well-rested, to start the next leg of the journey. Gas prices are very low here so restock and refuel, before moving on. The journey should be just as fun as the destination, and Chattanooga won’t disappoint.

 

Lexington, Kentucky (371 Miles to Cuyahoga) Home of Horse Parks and Natural Beauty

6 hours 8 minutes, 398 miles from downtown Atlanta via I-75N

4 hours 21 minutes, 281 miles from Chattanooga, our previous suggested stop via I-75N

Kentucky should be well known for horse parks considering the Kentucky Derby, and Lexington is home to some of the most beautiful. The entire family will find something they love in Lexington and it makes for a great mid-way stop. Tourist blogs and past visitors alike, call Lexington “the most richly adorned town in Kentucky”. Check out Raven Run Nature Sanctuary and take in some breathtaking scenery. For the history buff of the family, check out Mary Todd Lincoln House and the aviation museum. Great lodging options are available throughout the city for a relaxing overnight stay. Sample some of the best local cuisine in Lexington and have it delivered straight to your hotel. Gas prices are pretty moderate here, so gas up and restock in Lexington before heading back out on the road.


Columbus, Ohio (129 miles to Cuyahoga) German Village, Haunted Prisons, and so Much More