57. The Blue Ridge Parkway, "America's Favorite Drive," stretches for 469 miles connecting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Shenandoah National Park.
58. For sheer nostalgia, remember the song and get some kicks. Follow Route 66, where it rolls across the open miles of Oklahoma for a scenic drive.
59. Take a tropical trek down U.S. 1 to Key West and see all the beautiful sites of Florida. You'll see the iconic St. Augustine Lighthouse, and can visit the Fort Matanzas National Monument for free.
60. The Cherohala Skyway winds up and over 5,400 foot mountains for 15 miles in North Carolina and descends another 21 miles into the deeply forested backcountry of Tennessee.
61. Texas' Highway 16 twists so much you have to slow down to a crawl in a few places, but this sidewinder of a highway that climbs through the Hill Country for 30 miles is one of the most scenic in Texas.
62. Virginia's Crooked Road Music Trail links together mountain communities, performance venues, and musicians in this remote southwest corner of the state where old-time music still flourishes.
63. Journey through a section of Missouri’s wine country and you’ll see why some people compare it to the Rhine River Valley―Southern style. This path follows two-lane U.S. 94 and crosses the Missouri River to U.S. 100.