National Road Trip Day


National Road Trip Day is Friday, May 27, 2021, and down the Heritage Corridor we have so many places for you to visit.

We created three different itineraries, taking you on an experience you can’t find anywhere else. From exploring our quaint downtowns, to hiking through the many trails, and don’t forget all the tasty foods and drinks along the way.

Grab your friends, pack up your car and hit the road! It’s time to experience an unforgettable adventure this summer.

Here are three trip ideas you can plan today:

Two Days Along the First Hundred Miles of Route 66

The Mother Road. America's Main Street. Route 66. The road that symbolizes freedom and the days of cruising from Chicago to LA, stopping and mom and pop diners, roadside attractions, and stores of every variety. Start your journey with two days along The First Hundred Miles.

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Gemini Giant and launching pad


One and a Half Day I&M Canal History Tour

The Illinois and Michigan Canal played a huge part in forming today's midwestern cities, from Lemont down to LaSalle, the history is celebrated daily. Start your trip by learning about the early days in Illinois, visit museums, hear speakers and explore the famous Old Joliet Prison with stops for food made from the heart!

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I& canal boat


Two Days in Starved Rock Country

A visit to Starved Rock State Park consists of many sights to behold, including breathtaking views of its many canyons and awe-inspiring scenes of eagles flying during the winter month. The area known as Starved Rock Country contains so much more!

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starved rock

Plan out your summer with these three awesome trips you can easily do with your family or friends. These are just a few ideas that you can do, but be sure to check out our website to create your own adventure.

Scene Through The Corridor