Midwest Road Trips by State

Welcome to the Midwest. Have fun exploring these twelve amazing states.

  • Illinois Road Trips
    From the booming metropolis of Chicago to the small city of Metropolis, from land that feeds the world to innovation that changed it.
  • Indiana Road Trips
    There is a lot to discover in this beautiful state, which is recognized for its state parks, gigantic tenderloins, Hoosier hospitality, the Indy 500, a fantastic state fair, lakes, caverns, trails, and rich history.
  • Iowa Road Trips
    From the flatlands in the North Central part of the state to the rolling hills in the Southwest, Iowa will surprise you.
  • Kansas Road Trips
    The beautiful state of Kansas gets its nickname, the Sunflower State, from the wild sunflowers that highlight its open spaces, and nearly three million people call it home.
  • Michigan Road Trips
    Michigan is a great state, founded in 1837 and known to many as the Great Lakes State, as it touches four of the five Great Lakes.
  • Minnesota Road Trips
    Known for being the “land of ten thousand lakes,” Minnesota actually has nearly eleven thousand lakes. Lake Superior, the world’s largest freshwater lake borders Minnesota on the North Shore.
  • Missouri Road Trips
    Missouri is commonly called the “Show-Me State” by residents and visitors alike. Missourians are known to be welcoming to tourists visiting their state’s many beautiful and fun landmarks, and they’re more than likely going to be right there enjoying the sights along with you. 
  • Nebraska Road Trips
    Many people view Nebraska as a flat state with little to offer visitors. If you drive through the state along Interstate 80, it might seem that way—nothing but cornfields and cow pastures. But the view from that particular stretch of asphalt doesn’t even begin to tell the full story.
  • North Dakota Road Trips
    North Dakota is a road tripper’s dream. Its wide-open spaces are dotted with laid back cities, untamed landscapes, quirky roadside attractions and stoic settings straight out of Great Plains history.
  • Ohio Road Trips
    Visitors will find that Ohio offers something for everyone from the shores of Lake Erie to the banks of the Ohio River.
  • South Dakota Road Trips
    The state of South Dakota is an intriguing and sparsely populated package of breathtaking scenery, outdoor adventures, bustling cities, and acres of farmland and ranches.
  • Wisconsin Road Trips
    Wisconsin is an amazing state, founded in 1848. It’s known to many as either the “Badger State” or “America’s Dairyland.” as it has more dairy cows than any other state (1,500,000!) and produces more milk than any other state.