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Published on 4/25/2016
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Discover and Experience the Best Drive in the USA

“The Great River Road is arguably the longest and most important scenic byway in the USA.”


The Great River Road National Scenic Byway follows the course of the Mississippi River for 3,000 miles from northern Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico.

The scenic route passes through 10 states and hundreds of river towns. For most, the journey takes an average of 4 to10 days. And for those driving straight through, it will take around 36 hours from north to south.

Created in 1938 from a network of federal, state, and local roads, the road forms a single route along the Mississippi north to south. When laid out, the road was designed to enhance and “show off” the 10 states along the Big Muddy from its headwaters to its mouth.



Photo courtesy of Kay Gaensler/ CC BY-NC SA- 2.0 cropped

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 While recognizing that each state had their own history to tell, each of the 10 states was responsible for capturing their own essence while show - casing the Mississippi while it was being built.. 

The road tends to wind around and change direction frequently.  It also crosses the river whenever it can. There are some parts of the road that  seems to drift thru as lazily as the river itself.

At other moments you may find yourself on a part that seems to have been long forgotten.  Where there is no traffic and you are completely alone with thick forest on one side and limestone cliffs on the other side. And watch out for those creatures that suddenly decide to cross the road just as you round a bend! 



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 If you are one that prefers the interstate with 40 ton trucks blowing past you, then this is not your kind of road. But if you enjoy the sweeping of local colors and flavor in an alternative route this one will not disappoint you.

With its rich history, river towns, tall smoke stacks and farms that dot the landscape, you will be transported to a different era. You will experience upland meadows, cypress swamps and magnificent limestone cliffs. There are dozens of parks and wildlife refuges along this route for you to get out and stretch and maybe even have a picnic or two.



From the Delta to the Gulf Coast, you will experience some of the best food, culture and history as you make your way. Each state along the river offers something unique to the visitors. The Mississippi is the birthplace of the delta blues and as you wind your way thru this mystic river land, the beaches and the islands will play to you often.

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