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The Flint Hills region, one of the last true prairies in North America, is a rare reminder of the time when open grasslands covered vast expanses of our continent.
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Western South Dakota's squiggly, wiggly roads offer scenic drive paradise.
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Our readers' pick for favorite fall drive? Michigan's M-119, known as the Tunnel of Trees.
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The 1,200-mile Lake Superior Circle Tour through Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Ontario leads to unmatched Great Lakes scenery, interesting people, lighthouses, cool towns, local food, inns and...
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Explore Parke County (aka the Covered Bridge Capital of the World) on five well-marked driving routes.
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A 287-mile drive through south-central Minnesota takes you through river towns and by orchards and vineyards.
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Spectacular views, small-town museums, ghostly mines and lighthouses greet travelers on the Keweenaw Peninsula.
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See state parks with amazing natural features as well as a hillside winery and Civil War battlefield on this Missouri drive.
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Quaint towns line the 88-mile Historic Bluff Country National Scenic Byway in southeast Minnesota.
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Kansas highways and byways take travelers to historic sites, breathtaking river views, small towns and more.

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