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Rhythms of The South By Motorhome

Sample Itineraries - Rhythms of The South By Motorhome

BOARD:  Room Only    DATE: 01/05/2018    NTS: 9 NIGHTS

FROM £1499

Save up to £445 per person on this epic Motorhome Road Trip of Americas Deep South!

Our Offer Includes:
- 1 Night at The Best Western Atlanta Airport
- 8 Nights C25 Motorhome Rental, sleeps up to 5 people
- Flights from Manchester, based on Delta Airlines but others may be available
- Free Vehicle Kit and 1 Free Personal Kit
- Valid on Selected dates from May to September 2018

Motorhomes in the USA and Canada quickly book up for the summer season, so early booking is essential. Call our team on 01928 246 243 to find out more.


This motorhome tour takes in three centres of American Music; New Orleans, Memphis and Nashville. Your route and itinerary is your choice, we suggest you begin your journey in Atlanta, taking in Montgomery, New Orleans, Jackson, Mississippi, Tupelo, Elvis Presleys birthplace, Holly Springs National Forest, Memphis, Nashville and Chattanooga, before heading back to Atlanta.

Our Opinion
Americas Deep South is a vibrant fusion of iconic music, authentic food and inspiring culture. Wander through New Orleans French Quarter with its historic buildings and street jazz, take a steamboat cruise on the Mississippi River, hop onto an open top bus tour and hop off to explore its narrow streets on foot not to miss each inspiring turn.
Known as The Music City, Nashville encompasses all genres of musical experiences and with endless museums including the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, unique tours and shows plus free riverbank concerts and great dining. A famed attraction is Jack Daniels Distillery which is well worth a visit. With shopping malls galore and quirky independent stores, it is a shoppers paradise.
The home to the blues and rock n roll, Memphis is best known for Elvis and no visit would be complete without a trip to Graceland. The city has a host of bars, clubs and restaurants all alive with the sights and sounds of the iconic Deep South.

Day 1 - Atlanta
After picking up your motorhome, it’s an easy 2 1/2 hour Interstate drive into Alabama for your first night in the State Capital, Montgomery. 155 miles to Montgomery. Visit Jefferson Davis Confederate White House and Old Alabama Town
Day 2 - New Orleans
Heading for New Orleans but you need a break. Mobile, Alabama, seems like a good place and the Shady Acres Campground will offer a warm welcome. 185 miles to Mobile. Visit the Battleships at Memorial Park and the once English Conde-Charlotte House.    

Day 3 - New Orleans
Heading for the historic, gracious and unique city of New Orleans: the birthplace of jazz. You  can walk from The French Quarter RV Park into the heart of New Orleans. Though the RV Park looks a little like a car park, it has full hookups and the Clubhouse is very ‘New Orleans’ with great facilities. The wonderful restaurants, the world famous music and nightlife for everyone might make you extend your stay here. 160 miles to the French Quarter, New Orleans. Visit Jackson Square, Basin Street and Audubon Park. Cruise the Mississippi aboard a paddle steamer or take a day tour to the swamps and beautiful Plantations in the area
Day 4 - Jackson
North now into Elvis country. It is a long ride to Elvis Town so why not break your the journey just south of Jackson, Mississippi, another State Capital and staying at The Swinging Bridge RV Park. 180 miles to Jackson. Visit The Old Capitol, Governors Mansion and the Capitol Building.

Day 5 - Tupelo
Leave the freeway traffic and take the very scenic Natchez Trace bound for Tupelo, Elvis Presleys birthplace and home town until the age of thirteen. After a stop to visit, your campsite is at Barnes Crossing, just minutes north of the tow.
Day 6 - Memphis
A couple of hours driving through the Holly Springs National Forest to Memphis.  Where better to stay than within walking distance of Graceland, Elvis Presleys home. The Memphis-Graceland RV Park and Campground is located on 19 acres just off Elvis Presley Boulevard behind Elvis Presleys Heartbreak Hotel. 110 miles to Memphis. Visit Graceland of course but also the Civil Rights Museum in what was the Lorraine Motel where Martin Luther King was shot; Sun Studios and Beale Street  immortalised by W.C. Handy, the so-called Father of Blues.

Day 7 - Nashville
To the home of Country Music and the city that saw Dolly Parton and a host of other great singers become international stars. Just north of Nashville is Goodlettsville and the Nashville Country RV Park and they organise tours through Grayline to major attractions such as the Grand Old Opry, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday night), Country Music Hall of Fame and the Jack Daniels Distillery. 230 miles to Nashville. Visit the Grand Old Opry, the Jack Daniels Distillery and much more on tours leaving from the campground gates.    

Day 8 - Chattanooga
Just over two hours to our last stop of this trip near Chattanooga. Raccoon Mountain RV Park and Campground is the closest campground to the areas major attractions: Tennessee Aquarium, Lookout Mountain, Southern Belle Riverboat, IMAX Theatre, and downtown Chattanooga. Adjacent is Raccoon Mountain Caverns with 5 1/2  miles of cave systems to explore. 140 miles to Chattanooga. Visit the Lookout Mountain battlefields aboard the ‘Incline Railway’. Explore the caves and caverns.
Day 9 - Atlanta
Just over 2 hours/130 miles to drive to drop off your motorhome back at Cruise America in Atlanta
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