Guide to I-10: Plan your Next Southern Road Trip

by | Feb 26, 2016 | RV Owner's Guide | 0 comments

If you’re looking to plan your next roadtrip, mapping out your route may be easier than you think. You can go coast-to-coast from Florida to California, all along Interstate-10. However, since it is a long drive, it’s a good idea to plan some stops along the way.

Here are some of the best hotels, restaurants & more that you will pass through along your way. Most of the information in this post is provided by RoadTrippers and you can see their original post here.

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Stay: Noble Manor Bed & Breakfast
Eat: Piggy’s BBQ
See: Jacksonville Beach




Stay: I-10 doesn’t pass through AL for very long, so you probably won’t need to!
Eat: The Brick Pit
See: USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park





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Stay: Same as Alabama, the drive is short!
Eat: Blow Fly Inn
See: Biloxi Lighthouse





Stay: Historic Michabelle Inn
Eat: Cafe du Monde
See: Abita Mystery House






Stay: Hotel Havana
Eat: Chico’s Tacos
See: Houston Space Center






New Mexico
See: Dripping Springs Natural Area

Driping Springs State Park is located at the foot of the rugged Organ Mountains near the town of Las Cruces, New Mexico








Stay: Maricopa Manor
Eat: El Guero Canelo
See: Saguaro National Park










California: saguarohotelelmers
Stay: Saguaro Palm Springs
Eat: Elmers Restaurant
See: Joshua tree National Park

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