Midwest Road Trip Adventures, 2nd Edition

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Exploring the heartland of America, one scenic drive at a time.

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Description

Who says the Midwest is flyover country?

Ready to hit the road? Don’t miss this action-packed anthology highlighting the best road trips in the Midwest. Explore storied highways and byways, including Route 66, the Great River Road, Ohio River Scenic Byway, and Lincoln Highway.

From canyons in Kansas to authentic fish boils in Wisconsin to North America’s largest powwow in Nebraska, you’ll be astounded by how many cool things there are to see in these twelve states.

At over 400 pages, Midwest Road Trip Adventures, 2nd Edition, is bigger and better than ever. New: basic maps help you decide which trips to add to your itinerary.

With over fifty scenic drives, you’re bound to find the perfect adventure. Get your copy and start planning your next road trip to remember today.

Highlighted stops include:

  • Historic lighthouses along the shores of Lake Erie in Ohio
  • The Arikaree Breaks, a region of ravines and canyons in Kansas
  • A UNESCO World Heritage Site in Illinois
  • The rugged Badlands in South Dakota
  • Authentic fish boils in Wisconsin’s Door County
  • The ballpark from “A League of Their Own” in Indiana
  • Covered bridges showcased in the “The Bridges of Madison County,” Iowa
  • Touring America’s most German town in Minnesota
  • The World’s Largest Scrap Metal Sculpture in North Dakota
  • The oldest pow wow in North America in Nebraska
  • A 42-foot tall rocking chair on Route 66 in Missouri

and so many more!

The anthology is penned by authors who live and work in the states they cover. The group connected as members of The Midwest Travel Network, a consortium of writers and bloggers who specialize in the region.