The fascinating Deep South offers intrigue at every turn, rich in history, culture and music.
Discover the homes of jazz, country and rock
‘n’ roll music, enjoy delicious Cajun cuisine, cross the mighty Mississippi and
learn about the struggle for civil rights. On this motorhome holiday we have suggested campgrounds in, or close to,
the major cities of the region so you never have far to travel before finding
somewhere new to explore.
UK to Atlanta
Arrive into vibrant Atlanta and spend a night near the airport to relax after your trans-Atlantic flight.
Atlanta to Montgomery
Collect your motorhome and hit the road, heading across
Georgia and into Alabama. Montgomery is an interesting city offering the chance to start learning about the region’s important place in America’s Civil Rights Movement.
Distance approx: 161 Mi
Time to travel approx: 2 hour 15 minutes
Montgomery to Mobile
It is a short drive west to the town of Selma where you
should stop to visit the National Voting Rights Museum and the infamous Edmund Pettus Bridge. After Selma head south toward the coast and the town on the bay: Mobile.
Distance approx: 168 Mi
Time to travel approx: 2 hour 20 minutes
Mobile to New Orleans
Follow the Gulf coast road past white sand beaches and oceanfront homes as you traverse this unique region where the jungle and the ocean seem to mix together in bayous and inlets. It is a short walk from the French Quarter RV Park into the heart of this intoxicating city where you can discover Voodoo
heritage, spicy Cajun cuisine and live jazz music on buzzing Bourbon St.
Distance approx: 145 Mi
Time to travel approx: 2 hour 10 minutes
New Orleans to Jackson
Departing Louisiana follow the Mississippi River north, into the state of Mississippi. Stop for the night at the Swinging Bridge RV Resort where you can enjoy the swimming pool and be within easy distance of the historic town of Jackson.
Distance approx: 188 Mi
Time to travel approx: 2 hour 45 minutes
Jackson to Tupelo
Leave the freeway behind and get onto the famous Natchez Trace Parkway, an incredibly scenic drive through the forests of Mississippi. In the town of Tupelo visit the birthplace of Elvis and the museum there that is dedicated to his life.
Distance approx: 192 Mi
Time to travel approx: 3 hour 10 minutes
Tupelo to Memphis
Travel through the pristine woodland of Holly Springs
National Forest en route to your next destination: Memphis. This city is synonymous with The King so pull up at the Graceland RV Park, next door to the mansion and home of Elvis himself. Tour this remarkable museum before heading downtown to Beale St.
Distance approx: 110 Mi
Time to travel approx: 1 hour 45 minutes
Memphis to Nashville
Into the heart of Tennessee and the home of country music, where many of the finest voices learned their trade. From Dolly Parton to Willie Nelson, discover
how music reflects the heritage of this rural state. Visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and see live music at the Grand Ole Opry.
Distance approx: 212 Mi
Time to travel approx: 3 hours
Nashville to Chattanooga
Made famous in the 1940s by the Glenn Miller hit Chattanooga Choo Choo, this Tennessee
town is one of America’s top places to visit with a scenic downtown, romantic river cruises and wine and whisky tasting rooms.
Distance approx: 133 Mi
Time to travel approx: 2 hours
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