Roadtrip with RVshare Savannah to Corpus Christi

A Savannah to Corpus Christi road trip will have you travel from the Atlantic Coast to the Gulf of Mexico, giving you plenty of stunning ocean views along the way that will make you want to take lots of stops and enjoy the water. The Waving Girl statue in Savannah, Georgia, will be there to wish you luck when you begin your escapade. As you pass by Western Georgia through Warner Robins, the Museum of Aviation will be an exciting stop with exhibits featuring America's military air force. Don't traverse Mobile, Alabama, without stopping by the USS Alabama Museum to learn about the battles of the USS warship that fought in the Pacific and Atlantic during World War II. Your little ones may want to spend a day or two enjoying all that Gulf Islands Waterpark has to offer, so don't be surprised if the poolside cabanas in Gulf Port, Mississippi hook you for a few days. While a road trip from Savannah to Corpus Christi can last less than a day, it can easily spiral into a week with lots of fun things to do along the way.

Savannah to Corpus Christi Road Trip Itinerary

  • Trip Length: 17 hours and 31 minutes
  • Mileage: 1,172 miles
  • Fun Fact: Interstate 10 is the fourth-longest highway in the United States, and a third of its length lies within Texas.

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Nearby National Parks

As you pass through multiple state lines, you’ll have a plethora of national parks to explore. Your trip can be quite exhilarating by adding the following national parks to your Savannah to Corpus Christi road trip itinerary.

Jimmy Carter National Historical Park

Before leaving Georgia on your Savannah to Corpus Christi RV road trip, take a detour to Jimmy Carter National Historical Park. You'll be in the rural home in Plains that shaped the character of a man who later became the 39th U.S. president. From humble beginnings to holding the highest office in the nation, Plains has a special place in Jimmy Carter's heart. Tour the town, and you may be lucky enough to meet Mr. Carter himself as he still calls Plains, GA, home. Don't forget to try the local peanut butter ice cream, and you can also stop by the Rosalynn Carter Butterfly Trail to see beautiful butterflies.

Natchez National Historical Park

Your inner history buff will come out at Natchez National Historical Park. Here, you'll discover the history of the people of Natchez, Mississippi, from the European invasion to the civil rights struggle. Tour Fort Rosalie and learn about its role in anchoring the Europeans on North America's most navigable river. The Melrose Estate is another park property that is appealing for its exquisite mansion, quality finishing, and original furnishings. You'll also get to learn about the life of William Johnson, a Black barber who was born into slavery but later gained freedom at a tender age.

Cane River Creole National Historical Park

Cane River Creole tells the story of the Cane River and its people, the Creoles. The park preserves the culture of workers and owners, both tenant and enslaved, who lived in the land for more than 200 years. Pass by the historical park, and take in the Oakland and Magnolia plantations that are preserved as they represent some of the only intact Creole cotton plantations you'll find in the United States.

Big Bend National Park

Once you get to Texas, Big Bend National Park will be a bit far from your route but worth a side trip on your Savannah to Corpus Christi RV road trip. About 480 miles and eight hours West of Victoria, TX, Big Bend National Park is an adventurous haven where mountain bikers, hikers, and kayakers will have a great time exploring the landscape. The terrain features stunning views of the Rio Grande River, canyons, mountains, and thermal hot springs. With its dark night skies and the least light pollution compared to other national parks, you'll enjoy stargazing at Big Bend National Park.

Nearby State Parks

While on your Savannah to Corpus Christi road trip, multiple state parks await you. Our state park guide sheds light on most of the sites you’ll encounter. 

Florence Marina State Park

About a half an hour drive from Columbus, GA, lies Florence Marina State Park. It's the perfect getaway for the person who loves water sports. The deep-water marina nearby has accessible boat slips, a ramp, and a fishing pier. Nature lovers will also love this location that's full of beautiful wildlife and plants. Additionally, the history buff can stop by the Kirbo Interpretive Center and sharpen his or her knowledge of Native Americans and local history from prehistoric times to the early 20th century.

Oak Mountain State Park

Alabama's largest state park, Oak Mountain State Park, features a breathtaking landscape that finds a way to draw visitors. Over 50 miles of scenic trails will make hiking and mountain biking a wonderful experience. Some park activities include fishing, boating, camping, swimming, golfing, and horseback riding. Birders can be lucky enough to spot the native Eastern bluebird or raptors.

Buccaneer State Park

Even after Hurricane Katrina came ashore and destroyed Buccaneer State Park in 2005, the Mississippi park was restored to its original glory in 2013. If you take your Savannah to Corpus Christi road trip during the summer, pass by the park and visit the Buccaneer Bay Water Park that overlooks the Gulf. Here, you'll get the chance to dive in the wave pool, and your young kids can have fun in the kiddie pool. The park's nature trails will take you through beautiful flora and fauna that thrive on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.

Village Creek State Park

Nestled about 14.5 miles north of Beaumont, TX, in the Big Thicket area is Village Creek State Park. It encompasses a distinct collection of plants and animals that make this park unique. Whether you want to camp, canoe, fish, hike, or enjoy the quiet nature, the Big Thicket getaway will be worth it.

Along the Way

Lunch Box Museum

Make a pit stop at the Lunch Box Museum in Columbus, GA, a fascinating museum with a collection of more than 3,000 metal lunch boxes. Among the '50s to the '70s models, you may come across a lookalike of the lunchbox you used in grade school to show your kids. Some artifacts are rare editions, making them exciting pieces to set your eyes on.

Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum

The Scott & Zelda Fitzgerald Museum should be on your Savannah to Corpus Christi road trip itinerary. In Montgomery, AL, the museum stands to preserve the legacies of F. Scott and his wife, Zelda. The two were linguists who loved to write novels, and Zelda doubled as a painter. The home that once belonged to the couple showcases their craft to celebrate their lives.

The Old Louisiana State Capitol

Louisiana's Old State Capitol in Baton Rouge was home to the Louisiana State legislature from the mid-19th century until the construction of the new Capitol between 1929 and 1932. At first look, you'll think the building is a castle (that was the intention behind the architecture). Visit the Castle of Baton Rouge, and set your eyes on excellent antique wood and stain glass windows. Other than the stunning interior and exterior, stepping back into history by touring the site can be illuminating.

Houston Space Center

If you've heard of the famous phrase, "Houston, we have a problem," stop by Houston Space Center, and find out what that's all about (and learn the correct quote said by Apollo 13 astronaut Jack Swigert). The Science and Space Exploration Learning Center will tell you all about space exploration. You may even meet a real-life astronaut and dine with him or her.

Main Cities You Will Pass Through

A southern country tour will be interesting via a road trip from Savannah to Corpus Christi. You'll pass through multiple beautiful cities where you can camp and enjoy their offerings. Luckily, our research on campgrounds and dump stations can provide all the help you’ll need while you explore these cities.

Montgomery, Alabama

Alabama’s capital, Montgomery, is widely known for having many cultural and historical landmarks. Luckily, there are various campgrounds and dump stations that’ll allow you to camp and keep your RV in pristine condition while in the city.

Gulfport, Mississippi

A city that's part of the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Gulfport has miles of white sandy beaches that attract many due to sporting activities, such as fishing. If you love water activities and the beach in general, take time and camp in one of the several Gulf Coast campgrounds. The dump stations nearby will be vital in maintaining your RV.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Baton Rouge has spectacular views of the Mississippi River. Along with appreciating its scenery, stop by this Louisiana city to find out why it's a significant economic and educational player in the South. Fortunately, the numerous Baton Rouge campgrounds and dump stations will give you peace of mind as you can camp and take care of your big or small RV.

Houston, Texas

Houston is the world capital of numerous industries, from space exploration and air conditioning to petroleum exploration. Don't be fooled into thinking that this Texas city is no fun as there are numerous outdoor recreation areas, such as museums, parks, and theaters. With plentiful campgrounds in Houston and dump stations in proximity, spending a day or two in the Space City will be a welcome treat.

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Nearby National Parks

When you follow this road trip itinerary from Savannah to Corpus Christi, you will enjoy historic locations and beautiful scenery along the way. If you want to travel in comfort and style, consider an RV rental from RVshare. From large motorhomes to compact campervans, there is a rig that will meet your travel and budget needs. Once you hit the road, you are protected by our renter guarantee and 24/7 roadside assistance. Find the perfect vehicle for your travel needs in Savannah or Corpus Christi.