Roadtrip with RVshare Dover to Fargo

On your road trip from Dover to Fargo, you'll explore and experience the best of what each exciting city has to offer as you make your way through Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and Chicago. Beautiful national parks along the way offer rest, relaxation, and adventure at Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Indiana Dunes, and Voyageurs National Park. Fascinating points of interest take you to Civil War Era warships, through famous pop art exhibits at the Andy Warhol Museum, and zooming down sheer vertical drops on a number of thrilling roller coasters at Cedar Point. 

Dover to Fargo Road Trip Itinerary

  • Trip Length: 21 hours 40 minutes.
  • Mileage: 1,432 miles
  • Fun Fact: Chicago is the home to the invention of the famous Twinkie, which used to be filled with banana-flavored cream instead of vanilla before WWII.

Nearby National Parks

National parks are great destinations to add to your trip itinerary. Some of the most beautiful parks are just a few hours from your route. 

Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Cuyahoga Valley National Park is right along your route through Ohio and covers 33,000 acres of forested land with plenty of fun activities to enjoy. Spend a few days fishing the park's six ponds and three lakes and hiking over 125 miles of trails. Some top sights you'll want to check out include Brandywine Falls, Ledges Overlook, and Indigo Lake. Horseback riding, biking, and kayaking the Cuyahoga River are more great ways to see every acre of this beautiful park. 

Indiana Dunes National Park

On your way to Chicago, swing by Indiana Dunes National Park for a couple of days of camping, hiking, and visiting nearby historical sites. Be sure to stop at the Old Lighthouse Museum for a lesson in local history and if you're not sure what to do next, pay a visit to the Indiana Dunes Visitor Center for park program information. While outside, you'll enjoy miles and miles of sandy shoreline, breathtaking hiking, and horseback riding trails with more to do and see at Mount Baldy, the Friendship Botanic Gardens, Barker Mansion, and Kemil Beach. 

Voyageurs National Park

Voyageurs National Park is a four-hour and 15-minute journey north from Minneapolis that's definitely worth your time. At this park, you can trek 10 miles of trails that take you to popular locations at Namakan Lake, Rainy Lake, and Anderson Bay. Enjoy a guided boat tour or canoe trip on Ash River or Kabetogama Lake and learn about local geology. Camping is also available at over 270 sites within the park that are accessible only by boat. RV camping is offered on the park's borders as well.

Nearby State Parks

Enjoy the peace and quiet of some less populated state parks on your Dover to Fargo road trip. 

Keystone State Park

Nestled in the hills of the Laurel Highlands, Keystone State Park is a great place to spend the day bird-watching, fishing for largemouth bass on Keystone Lake, and picnicking. Hike any of the park's six trails in the summer or winter for scenic forest and wetland views. Winter activities to enjoy include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, and sledding. 

Chain O' Lakes State Park

Located in Albion, Indiana, Chain O' Lakes State Park has nine connecting lakes that are perfect for a day of boating, canoeing, and swimming. Check out the Nature Center and the Stanley School House to learn about the ecology and history of the park. Fresh air experiences await on 23 miles of forested hiking trails and pristine lake shoreline at this Indiana state park.

Rib Mountain State Park

At Rib Mountain State Park, you'll explore a billion-year-old hill that's one of the oldest in the world and take in spectacular views of the valley below on the 60-foot observation tower. This park has numerous hiking trails with varying degrees of difficulty and plenty of lovely picnic areas. If you're visiting in the winter, snowboarding and skiing are available at the Granite Peak Ski Area on the north face of the mountain.

Along the Way

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Located in Cleveland, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame features exhibits encompassing a variety of musical genres and styles. Some of the most popular themes to check out include Play It Loud: Instruments of Rock and Roll, Legends of Rock and Roll, and Rapper's Delight. You can enjoy refreshments at the All Access Café and buy some really unique souvenirs in the main atrium of the Rock Hall. 

Cedar Point Amusement Park

Enjoy 364-acres of fun, games, food, and rollercoasters at Cedar Point Amusement Park located in Sandusky, Ohio. At this park, your heart never stops pounding as you conquer monster coasters like Millennium Force, Gatekeeper, Raptor, and Wicked Twister. Less daring rides are also available throughout the park that will keep you just as entertained. When you're ready for refreshments, head to French Quarter Confections for funnel cakes, cotton candy, and waffles. Cedar Point Shores Waterpark is located next door, so if you feel like cooling off on a hot day, be sure to experience that park, too. 

National Eagle Center

The National Eagle Center is a one-hour drive south from the city of Eau Claire, WI. Here, you can experience bald and golden eagles up close in a world-class interpretive center dedicated to educating people about the natural history of these majestic creatures and their symbolic connection to American history. There's also an Avian Care Team on-site to answer questions and offer insight about the daily lives of these American icons.

Main Cities You Will Pass Through


Baltimore is not only the first major city you'll drive through on your trip, but it's also the birthplace of the U.S. national anthem, "The Star-Spangled Banner." In this historic city, you can take a maritime journey to the past with tours aboard the Civil War-era U.S.S. Constellation and the U.S.S. Torsk submarine, which was built after WWII. More popular attractions you won't want to miss are the National Aquarium, the Baltimore Museum of Art, Star-Spangled Banner Flag House, and Edgar Allen Poe's Grave. Luxurious campgrounds close by will allow you to enjoy the natural beauty of Maryland as you explore more of the city. Dump stations around town make it easy to keep your RV fresh and clean. 


Pittsburgh is home to many interesting and odd must-see destinations. This includes the Andy Warhol Museum, where you can enjoy some of his most iconic pop art, Canton Avenue, the steepest street in the U.S., and the Monongahela Incline, America's oldest cable railway. For incredible evening views of the city, make your way to the West End Overlook before checking out a couple of bizarre curio shops like The Weeping Glass and Trundle Manor. More fun must-visit places include Market Square, the Andy Warhol Bridge, Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, and Kennywood Amusement Park. Stay at a local campground to explore more of this unique city. You'll find dump stations throughout the area for your convenience. 


In Chicago, your adventure begins on an elevator ride up to the observation deck of the 110-story Willis Tower for amazing views of the city. This can be followed by a stop at the Art Institute of Chicago for some world-renowned art exhibits. Before you head to Millennium Park to peruse contemporary art sculptures such as Cloud Gate, be sure to grab a classic Chicago hot dog at Wolfy's. Visits to Wrigley Field, Buckingham Fountain, the Chicago Riverwalk, and Navy Pier should also make it onto your Chicago bucket list. Enjoy a couple of days at a variety of nearby campgrounds so that you can see everything the "Windy City" has to offer. Dump stations can be found close to the city. 


A stop in Minneapolis treats you to a thrilling time at one of the largest shopping complexes in the world at the Mall of America, which features an indoor amusement park, blacklight mini-golf, and an aquarium. Spend the day marveling at some of the best art museums in the country at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Institute of Art, and the eclectic Weisman Art Museum. In the evening, you can get crafty at the Upstairs Circus, an art studio where you can let your creativity flow as you sip cocktails. For breakfast, you can munch on some sweet treats at Glam Doll Donuts, or head over to Hell's Kitchen's 35-foot long bar for brunch. Enjoy more of Minneapolis from the comfort of a campground near your favorite part of the city. Many parks have dump stations for your convenience. 

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