Summer vacation road trips are a staple for any family
and Airport Van Rental wants to help plan your next one. Flying isn’t a very
safe option at the moment and good old fashioned road
trips are proven to improve family bonding. Kids
remember the journey more than the destination. That is why AVR is all about
making the journey just as fun as the destination. Below you will see some
choice stops along the way that we have selected to make your family trip the
best and most memorable one.
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Texas (977 miles from Badlands) Barbecue Haven and Sights to See
hours 31 minutes, 240 miles from downtown Houston via I-35N
They say everything is bigger in Texas, so there is no
need to rush out of this big state on the way to your destination. Dallas
has a plethora of attractions and cuisine that can be sampled before moving on
to another stop. No one in the family gets the short end of the stick with this
stop, and it makes a great overnight
stop to break up the drive. Tourist
blogs and past visitors call Dallas a must see city. If
barbecue is your thing, be sure to check out Slow Bone,
which offers takeout and delivery options. They also have some killer fried
chicken. Dallas is also home to some cheap gas
prices, so be sure to refuel and restock before heading out. A family road trip
is much more than just speeding to the destination, and AVR is here to help
with some great stops.
City, Oklahoma (775 miles from Badlands) Zoo, Botanical Garden, and an
hours 38 minutes, 446 miles from downtown Houston via I-35N and I-40N
hours and 7 minutes, 206 miles from Dallas, our previous suggested stop
is home to some amazing attractions, and that makes it a stop you can’t miss on
your family journey. With one of the top 10 zoos in the country, a
garden, and an entire entertainment
district to explore, there is something for the whole family.
Be sure to sample some of the best local
cuisine Oklahoma has to offer, via delivery or takeout.
Oklahoma City has been called a
can’t miss stop when traveling through cowboy country.
With some of the cheapest
prices you have ever seen, this is the perfect place to restock and refuel,
before setting back out on the road. If you plan to spend the night, check out
some of the best lodging
the city has to offer. This isn’t your normal city, and that is why we added it
as one of the recommended stops. A journey should be fun at all stages, and
Oklahoma City is bursting with fun.
Wichita, Kansas (616 miles from Badlands) Smoked Meats
and The Birthplace of Aviation