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Roadtrip with RVshare Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City

Mountains, rivers, waterfalls, dunes, and even a man-made marvel await you on your Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City road trip. You'll pass several excellent national parks. There are also some great state parks on the way that are full of lakes, historic buildings, gorgeous trails, and more. You'll also go through several big cities on your road trip from Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City, so you'll get to stop by some awesome points of interest.

Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City Road Trip Itinerary

  • Trip length: 18 hours and 17 minutes
  • Mileage: 1,186 miles
  • Fun Fact: Interstate 70 is home to the Eisenhower Tunnel, which is the highest point of America's Interstate Highway system at 11,158 feet.

Nearby National Parks

Shenandoah National Park 

The entrance to Shenandoah National Park is only about an hour and 20 minutes south of Frederick, Maryland. This gorgeous 300-mile portion of the Blue Ridge Mountains features peaks, falls, scenic byways, and a ton of amazing trails. Whether you want to explore the wonders of Shenandoah on foot, on horseback, on your mountain bike, or even from the comfort of your vehicle, you'll easily be able to find gorgeous mountain vistas here. If hiking the Appalachian Trail is on your bucket list, you'll be able to check that box off by exploring some of the 105 miles of this famous trail that's contained in the park. 

New River Gorge National Park 

If you want to go rafting, then you'll definitely want to stop by New River Gorge National Park on your Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City RV road trip. The entrance to one of America's newest national parks is about two and a half hours west of Shenandoah; you can also reach the entrance by driving two hours and 15 minutes south of Morgantown, West Virginia. The New River provides plenty of great areas for rafting, boating, and other water recreation opportunities. There are numerous beautiful trails in the park as well, so you can hike down into the gorge itself or simply stand at the edge and peer down into the depths of the New River.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park 

An hour and a half north of Cambridge Township, Ohio, is the entrance to Cuyahoga Valley National Park. This gorgeous Ohio park is one of America's most popular, so you should add it to your road trip itinerary from Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City. You'll be able to fish and boat to your heart's content on the 100 miles of river in this park. If you'd prefer to keep your feet on solid ground, you can explore the forests, wetlands, shorelines, and waterfalls of this park on more than 125 miles of trails. 

Indiana Sand Dunes National Park 

You can easily find lovely Indiana Sand Dunes National Park by traveling two and a half hours northwest of Indianapolis, Indiana. Since you're so close to the Great Lakes, you should take the opportunity to explore one of them here on your road trip from Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City. One big draw here is the 15 miles of lakefront on Lake Michigan; another is, of course, the dunes themselves. More than 50 miles of trails wind their way through the dunes, wetlands, bogs, and more at this fabulous national park.

Gateway Arch National Park 

Gateway Arch National Park is only five minutes from both Downtown St. Louis and your route, so how could you pass up the opportunity to visit this architectural wonder on your Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City RV road trip? People come here primarily to tour this 630-foot arch known as the "Gateway to the West," but you can also get some great views of the Mississippi River. Once you're finished exploring the arch and its surrounding buildings, you can head out into Saint Louis for some great shopping and dining. 

Nearby State Parks

Greenbrier State Park 

Greenbrier State Park is only a minute off of Interstate 70 as it goes through Boonsboro, Maryland, so adding it to your road trip itinerary from Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City is logical. Greenbriar Lake is an excellent place to go fishing, boating, canoeing, and swimming. There are plenty of great places for hiking, thanks to the 11 miles of trails and the Appalachian Trail portion in the park. 

Salt Fork State Park 

Salt Fork State Park is 10 minutes north of Old Washington, Ohio. Salt Fork Lake covers nearly 3,000 acres, so there's no shortage of room for boating, swimming, and fishing. The park is home to an 18-hole golf course as well as an archery range, and you can also explore the historic Kennedy Stone House. Many miles of trails are available for horseback riders, hikers, bikers, and even snowmobilers. 

Turkey Run State Park 

You can find the entrance to Turkey Run State Park 45 minutes north of Jackson Township, Indiana. Old-growth forests, abundant wildlife, and sandstone gorges and canyons await you here. Sugar Creek is a lovely place to go canoeing and fishing, and the Olympic-sized pool is a fun spot for swimming. Multiple sports courts are available for basketball, volleyball, and tennis. 

Fox Ridge State Park 

Just a few minutes north of Greenup, Illinois, is Fox Ridge State Park. More than 2,000 acres of forest are home to plenty of ridges, valleys, and scenic trails. At the heart of the park is Ridge Lake, which is a great location for fishing and boating. Over a thousand acres of this park are eligible for hunting, so this is an excellent place to get lost in nature while tracking down some local wildlife.

Castlewood State Park 

Castlewood State Park is about 25 minutes south of Bridgeton, Missouri, outside of St. Louis. The Meramec River runs through the park and provides a quality venue for fishing, boating, and swimming. Several great trails open up this park to hikers, bikers, and riders. You can also visit the World Bird Sanctuary, which is home to multiple birds of prey and various avian exhibits.

Along the Way

B&O Railroad Museum 

The B&O Railroad Museum is 10 minutes from both the heart of Baltimore and your route, so it's a reasonable stop on your road trip itinerary from Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City. If you're interested in the history of the American railroad, then there are few, if any, places in the world you can visit that have more railroad memorabilia than this museum. Locomotives, rolling stock, and numerous small objects related to the railroad are all shown to their best advantage here.

Crystal Grottoes Caverns 

Crystal Grottoes Caverns is 10 minutes from the outskirts of Boonsboro, Maryland, and Greenbrier State Park. No other known cave system in the world has more formations per square foot than this one. Few alterations have been made to the cave over the years, so you'll get to see the cave in its natural form as discovered and developed in the 1920s. 

Carnegie Museum of Natural History 

Given how close this route takes you to Pittsburgh, you should stop by the Carnegie Museum of Natural History on your road trip from Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City. It's one of the best national history museums in the country and is one of four Carnegie museums in Pittsburgh. Exhibits like Dinosaur Armor, the Hillman Hall of Minerals and Gems, and the Hall of African Wildlife are on display here.

Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens 

Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens is only 10 minutes from your route as it goes through Columbus, Ohio. More than 400 species of plants call this place home, and seasonal exhibitions add even more variety. The John F. Wolfe Palm House, the Conservatory, the Botanical Gardens, and more await.

Forest Park 

You can reach Forest Park by driving 10 minutes from your route as it goes through St. Louis, Missouri. Many people consider Forest Park to be one of America's best urban public parks, so you should check it out on your Rehoboth Beach to Kansas City RV road trip to see if you agree. Attractions like the Saint Louis Art Museum, the Saint Louis Zoo, and the James S. McDonnell Planetarium call this park home.

Main Cities You Will Pass Through

Baltimore, Maryland 

Places like Fell’s Point and Fort McHenry await you in lovely Baltimore. This popular Maryland city has plenty of local dump stations and campgrounds nearby.

Frederick, Maryland

Be sure to check out Historic Downtown Frederick and the National Museum of Civil War Medicine when you visit this lovely city. There are many quality dump stations and campgrounds close by.

Columbus, Ohio 

There are great places to go in Ohio’s capital like the Center of Science and Industry and the Easton Town Center. There’s no shortage of quality dump stations and campgrounds in this area.

Indianapolis, Indiana 

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum and the Indianapolis Zoo are just a few of the outstanding attractions that you can visit in this Indiana city. Numerous dump stations and campgrounds in the area are ready to serve you.

St. Louis, Missouri 

This port town on the Mississippi River has plenty of great locations in it like the Missouri Botanical Garden and the St. Louis Zoo. Many top-notch dump stations and campgrounds are in the St. Louis area.

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