From our Eagles champions to our world renown Philly cheesesteaks, we all know that Philly is the greatest place on earth. But sometimes, you’ve gotta trade the misery of riding the SEPTA for thrill of riding your Jeep right out of town! Gary Barbera has the 5 best fall road trips to take from Philly for Jeep lovers!
1. The Poconos, Pennsylvania
The Poconos has an incredible natural surrounding with beautiful fall foliage and lots to do! In the fall, they offer everything from train excursions, horseback riding, air tours and vineyard tours. The Poconos also has some of the best spots for off-roading.
Distance from Philly: 118 miles
2. Brandywine Creek State Park, Wilmington, DE
Brandywine Creek State Park isn’t far from Philly, and it’s one of the many scenic places to take your Jeep this fall. If you like fishing, hiking and anything outdoors, Brandywine is the place to visit. It is one of the most pleasant and peaceful places one could ever hope to visit in Delaware.
Distance from Philly: 31 miles
3. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Philly is known for its great American history, but Gettysburg is one of the must-see civil war grounds in Pennsylvania. In addition to its interesting history, Gettysburg has plenty of wineries and distilleries to explore.
Distance from Philly: 138 miles
4. Laurel Highlands, Pennsylvania
This is a prime fall destination for Jeep lovers looking for a weekend adventure. Located on the edge of the Appalachian Mountains, Laurel Highlands features beautiful trails to go off-roading. Experience the mountains, streams and retreats that are sure to please the outdoor enthusiast in you.
Distance from Philly: 246 miles
5. Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Looking for scenic back roads to cruise in your Jeep with great hidden places to eat? Lancaster is one of the oldest inland towns with over 200 shops, boutiques and amazing restaurants. The Red Rose City is smaller than Philly, but it offers an array of distinctive attractions for everyone.
Distance from Philly: 80 miles
If you’re looking for an outdoor, out-of-this-world adventure this fall, then pack up your Jeep and start your weekend road trip! Because Gary Barbera Cares, he is continuing the Jeep legacy and tradition by giving you tips and tricks on where to take your Jeep this fall! It pays to have a Jeep because Gary Barbera Cares about YOU!