Road Trips

8 Bucket-List Road Trips from Los Angeles!

Los Angeles Road Trips
Written by Town & Tourist

Los Angeles is a vibrant, Southern California city with a warm climate & scenic beaches. LA is also the center of Americas Movie industry.

From the iconic Hollywood sign to Paramount, Universal and Warner Brothers pictures…LA is heaven for a movie Buff!

Beverly Hills is home to rich & famous check out: Celebrity Homes in Beverly Hills (Map & Reviews).

In this post, I’m going to detail my top 8 Bucket list Road Trips from Los Angeles!

8. Los Angeles to San Francisco Road Trip

San Francisco is know for its diverse cultures from the Chinatown area to its incredible food scene, iconic landmarks (golden gate bridge, Alcatraz prison island) and hipster vibe.

How long is the drive from Los Angeles to San Francisco?

A road trip between Los Angeles and San Francisco takes 6h 21 mins and covers 383.9 miles. 

We took the 6hr 30 min drive along the Pacific Coast highway 1 between LA and San Francisco stopping off at many great places along the way.
From Santa Monica to Malibu. Hearst castle and of course Big Sur!
Welcome to San Francisco

Welcome to San Francisco

Los Angeles to San Francisco Road Trip Map

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Road Trip Itinerary (Los Angeles to San Francisco):

As part of our road trip Itinerary we stopped as some amazing destinations along the way. Here are some of the highlights:

  1. Los Angeles
  2. Santa Monica. 
  3. Malibu. 
  4. Santa Barbara. 
  5. Solvang. 
  6. Pismo Beach. 
  7. Hearst Castle. 
  8. Elephant Seal Vista Point. 
  9. Big Sur.
  10. Monterey 
  11. Santa Cruz
  12. Half Moon Bay
  13. San Francisco

Which is the best driving route between Los Angeles and San Francisco?

Route (Los Angeles to San Francisco)Distance (Miles)Time (Hrs)Thoughts?
I-5392 miles6 hoursThis is the fastest route but the most boring.
US Hwy 101 430 miles7.5 hoursPartially on the coast, more scenic, less traffic.
CA Hwy 1 (Pacific coast Highway)440 miles9-10 hoursMost Scenic, winding roads, most popular VERY LONG. Best splitting into 2 days and stopping over. See: Ultimate Motorcycle Road Trip: U.S.A: Coast to Coast!
CA Hwy 14 to US Hwy 395, Tioga PasstbctbcTravel Via Yosemite National Park, Tioga Pass or Lake Tahoe! Very scenic can be done over a couple of days minimum. For more info see: Ultimate San Francisco to Yosemite Road Trip!

Highway 1 on the pacific coast, California.

Should you take Public Transport??

Check out our comparison table below,

TransportDuration(Hr/mins)Cost($)Notes
Car/RV6hr 21 mins (383 miles)15 gallons. $46 (depending upon mpg/route)An independent road trip where you can stop whenever you like!
Train/Subway combo Leg 1: LA to Oakland(11hr 14 min)

Leg 2 (BART Subway): Lake merritt to Civic Centre. (17 mins + 10 min walk to station)

Leg 1: $55-$85Leg 2: $5

Leg 1: Coast Starlight (once daily)

Leg 2: Blue/Green Line BART subway (Every 15 mins)

Bus7 hrs$14-$25Flix Bus USA/Mega Bus (Every 4 hours)
Flight1hr 25 mins$80-$259LAX – SFO

There is no direct train between Los Angeles and San Francisco so I would not recommended this option! The Bus is cheap, regular and direct, so if your on a budget this is

a reliable option.

Driving on a road trip is the most fun and flexible as you can stop off at many great places along the way!

To find out more check out: Los Angeles to San Francisco road trip: Should you use Public Transport??

Fun Fact: San Francisco is also home to many unique & quirky festivals such as the leather & fetish block party, Folom street.

See 7 Erotic Festivals USA: Why I dragged my Boyfriend!?

7. Los Angeles to Yosemite National Park Road Trip

A California road trip between Los Angeles and Yosemite is one the most epic in the USA. On this road trip you will find winding mountain roads with ancient redwoods guarding the great National Park.

How long is the drive to Yosemite from Los Angeles?

Driving direct it will take you 5hr 52 mins and you will cover 310 mins! Via I-5 N and CA-99 N

Lake tahoe to Yosemite Road Trip

Lake tahoe to Yosemite Road Trip

Los Angeles to Yosemite Road Trip Map

Dive Into our Interactive map below! 

There are two routes I like to take:

Route A (Via Pacific Coast Highway and San Francisco) – This is the more scenic route, with great places to stop but it is longer!

Route B (Direct Route) – Drive there directly Via I-5 N and CA-99 N, this will take you 5h 52 mins and you will cover 310 miles.

I recommended splitting the trip up into a few days and maybe spending a night in San Francisco or one of the other great places to stop!

Round Trip Loop – We actually took Route B (Direct route) to Yosemite National Park then came back to Los Angeles via Route A along the Pacific coast highway!

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Road Trip Itinerary (Los Angeles to Yosemite National Park) (Route B, Scenic):

  1. Los Angeles
  2. Santa Monica. 
  3. Malibu. 
  4. Santa Barbara. 
  5. Solvang. 
  6. Pismo Beach. 
  7. Hearst Castle. 
  8. Elephant Seal Vista Point. 
  9. Big Sur.
  10. Monterey 
  11. Santa Cruz
  12. Half Moon Bay
  13. San Francisco
  14. Yosemite National Park
hearst-castle-California-Best State Parks

hearst-castle-California-Best State Parks

Top Tip to NOT GET LOST!

Don’t always trust your GPS:

If you just type “Yosemite” into google maps you may get most the way there before hitting a snag when the annoying phrase “You have arrived at your destination” comes on when obviously you haven’t. To help avoid these issues I suggest using our useful map below!

Yosemite National Park is a large place which covers 1,200 square miles but it doesn’t have a single street address!

Useful Address to use: 9031 Village Drive, Yosemite National Park, CA

Gas Stations closest to Yosemite?

The gas pumps closest to Yosemite Valley are open year-round inside the park at Wawona (45 mins south of the valley on Wawona Road) and Crane Flat (30 mins northwest on Big Oak Flat Road/CA Hwy 120). In the summer time, you can get gasoline from Tuolumne Meadows on Tioga Road.

There is also a gas station at El Portal, which is just before the park entrance of CA highway 140. However, be aware that any of these gas stations the gas is more expensive you will pay between 20-30% more. For better prices fuel up in Mariposa, Oakhurst, or Groveland.
To Read more check out: Los Angeles to San Francisco Road Trip Itinerary (This details the great places to stop!)
If travelling from San Francisco to Yosemite check out:

6. Los Angeles to Seattle Road Trip

Seattle is the largest city in Washington State. Known as the emerald city due to it’s lush evergreen trees, gigantic mountains and vast parkland. Here you will

also find the futuristic space needle an iconic structure from the 1962 Worlds Fair. When you get Hungry head down to the vibrant Pikes Place market.

How long is the drive from Los Angeles to Seattle?

The Drive between Los Angeles and Seattle takes 19h 21m and you will cover 1,146 miles. I wouldn’t recommended driving this whole route direct, instead you should

take the pacific coast highway and stop at some incredible places along the way! We stopped over at San Francisco, Malibu, Santa Barbara and many more!

Seattle Washington road trip from LA

Seattle Washington road trip from LA

Los Angeles to Seattle Road Trip Map

Dive into our interactive map below!

User Guide: Use the +/- arrows to zoom in an out of the landmarks.

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Just be sure to credit us at: https://townandtourist.com/los-angeles-seattle-public-transport/

Los Angeles to Seattle Road Trip Itinerary:

As part of our road trip Itinerary we stopped as some amazing destinations along the way. Here are some of the highlights:

  1. Los Angeles (Downtown)
  2. Santa Monica. 
  3. Malibu. 
  4. Santa Barbara. 
  5. Solvang. 
  6. Pismo Beach. 
  7. Hearst Castle. 
  8. Elephant Seal Vista Point. 
  9. Big Sur.
  10. Monterey 
  11. Santa Cruz
  12. Half Moon Bay
  13. San Francisco 
  14. Lake Tahoe 
  15. Carson City, NV
  16. Reno, NV
  17. Portland, Oregon 
  18. Seattle, Washington

Pink sky of Monterey, can be a real delight as your heading along the coast.

Should you take Public Transport?

Below I have created a comparison table which shows the different methods of travel between Los Angeles and Seattle!

Best Transport Methods between LA and Seattle Table
TransportDuration(Hr/mins)Cost($)Notes
Car/RV19hr 21 mins (1146 miles)146 gallons. $138 (depending upon mpg/route)An independent road trip where you can stop whenever you like!
TrainThe Train takes 33hr 46 mins (1147 miles)

$130-$190 USD

Bus27hrs  (1,199 miles)$110 – $160Greyhound Bus (every 4 hours)
Flight2hr 45 mins$80-$280Long Beach (LGB) – Seattle (SEA)

The Train offers a scenic trip on the Amtrak Coast Starlight, however due to the duration of the Journey (34hrs) and cost involved ($130-$190) I would not recommend this option! Instead you should check out the California Zephyr   a Scenic train ride which runs from Chicago to San Francisco.

This Train even has a transparent dome carriage which is fantastic.

amtrak-california-zephyr-onboard-dome car

amtrak-california-zephyr-onboard-dome car. Source: flickr

5. Los Angeles to Las Vegas Road Trip

Las Vegas is the city of sin, expect plenty of excess, luxury hotels, casinos, live performances and the wildest parties!

How far is Las Vegas from Los Angeles?

Las Vegas is 270 miles from Los Angeles, this will take you approximately 3 hr 52 minutes via I-15 N, which is the most direct route.

Is there a train from LA to Vegas?

Not exactly, however Amtrak does run a bus from Los Angeles to Las Vegas which takes about 6-8 hours.

Insider Tip:

To Reserve just be sure to select Las Vegas Bus Service, NV (LVS) as your destination, which leaves from Los Angeles, Union Station, CA (LAX).

High Roller Worlds Tallest Ferris Wheel Las Vegas

High Roller Worlds Tallest observation Wheel Las Vegas: See 20 Biggest Observation wheels in the world!

Los Angeles to Las Vegas Road Trip Map

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Los Angeles to Las Vegas Road Trip Itinerary:

1. Los Angeles

2. Mormon Rocks

Be sure to stop first at Mormon Rocks, which is located just off Route 66! These spectacular sandstone formations were given the name by Mormon settlers who discovered them while traveling from Salt Lake City to California in the 1800s.

These offer a visual clue of the San Andreas Fault which lies beneath, it runs 1200km through the state and is a memorable sight!

Be sure to check out the visitor center and the hiking path, which are just 5 mins from the freeway.

Location; Mormon Rocks located approximately 1 mile west of the Interstate 15 freeway north of highway 138. These incredible formations welcome you to the Mojave Desert.

Mormon_Rocks_

Mormon_Rocks_

3. Route 66

Route 66 is a classic slice of old school Americana. Drive through the section between Victorville to Barstow where you will discover a pleathora of retro diners, antique shops and vintage gas stations! There is even an OSTRICH FARM!

On the interactive map above, I have added the location of a rare Route 66 Museum which is actually on Route 66. Located just of Highway 15.

Route 66 is the number one most Iconic American road and Historic Legend.

4. Elmer’s Bottle Tree Ranch

As you drive between Victorsville and Barstow, you will discover one of the strangest attractions on route 66. A Bottle Tree Range, created by a man named Elmer. This is a gignatic open air art exhibition which glows spectacularly as the sun lights up the coloured glass!

It is open between dawn and dusk and maybe the mysterious Elmer will be there to greet you!

Bottletree-Ranch-

Bottletree-Ranch. Source: The great californiathroughmylens.com

5. Calico Ghost Town

Calico Ghost Town which send you back in time to the Old west. Founded in 1881 during California’s silver strike, Calico was home to over 500 mines and was a major producer of silver ore.

When the silver, lost it value just over 10 years later the miners moved on and these days its a epic tourist attraction!

6. Jenny Rose Sign

The Jenny Rose sign is rare slice of classic america which still remains! It was actually on the american singer Sheryl Crows debut album.

Insider Tip:

The love heart shaped sign is a great place for a photo opportunity, be sure you have some great Travel Photography Gear, to capture those memories.

7. Peggy Sue’s ’50s Diner

Hungry? Peggy Sues 50s Diner is conveniently located approximately halfway between Los Angeles and Las Vegas.

There you will discover a classic diner which is packed full of vintage memorabilia from classic Americana. Peggy Sue and her husband opened this traditional truck stop 30 years ago and it has grow a cult following!

Insider Tip:

Comfort food is served daily, be sure to try Peggy Sues Favourite Chicken friend steak with country gravy and of course the apple pie for desert!

Peggy Sue’s ’50s Diner

Peggy Sue’s ’50s Diner

8. Baker

As you drive along the last 60 miles between Los Angeles and Las Vegas, it can be nothing but desert for the most part! That’s why Baker is a great place to stop of! Try a shake from the Mad Greek and some Beef Jerky from Alien Jerky.

Insider Tip:

This is the ideal place to stock your car with bottled water, as the drive will get very hot as you approach Nevada!

9. Americas Busiest Lotto Shop – Primm Valley

Strangely, Nevada is one of five states that prohibits lotteries!

As Primm Valley, lies on the Border between LA and Las Vegas huge numbers of Nevada residents flock to buy lottery tickets especially when the jackpot is large! People stand in line for hours before the shop even opens!

Watch this video on YouTube.

As I’m from the U.K originally I have always found the US gambling laws so strange, check out my full guide:Why Isn’t Gambling legal in all States? Casino Guide!

10. Pioneer Saloon

Pioneer Saloon   is one of the oldest bars in the Nevada Desert, it is located just 15 minutes off the freeway. Pioneer Saloon is the ideal place for some food and drinks before heading to the madness that is Las Vegas strip.

Is it cheaper to fly or drive to Las Vegas from Los Angeles?

Flights from Los Angeles to Las Vegas are some of the most affordable in the United States! A one-way flight can be often booked for around $50! 
So if you just want to get there this can be a great option!
However, if you would prefer to drive then it gives you the flexibility to stop of and the 9 great places mentioned before and even visit other places nearby including Hoover Dam, Death valley National Park and even the Grand Canyon.
Winter-Camping-deathvalley

Winter Camping at Death Valley is a bucket list experience , Source: VaultCargo.com

For more great winter camping check out: 20 Incredible Winter Camping Destinations: USA

Death Valley National Park?

After Vegas you could take the drive to the captivating Death Valley National Park and even Yosemite!

For our full guide on this check out: Las Vegas to Yosemite: Death Valley Road Trip!

4. Los Angeles to Grand Canyon Road Trip

Approximately 20 million years ago the Colorado River began to carve into the Grand Canyon at its eastern end, otherwise known as Marble Canyon!

As millions of years passed by continental drift and slight variations in the earths orbit caused variations in the seasons and climate. 

Around 12,000 years ago, the Native Americans who lived in and around the Grand Canyon thought of it as a place of wonder formed by the gods.

These days, over 6 million people a year flock to the  Grand Canyon National Park like a pilgrimage all to experience its wonder! 

How far is the Grand Canyon from Los Angeles?

The Grand Canyon is 486 miles from Los Angeles, driving direct this will take you approximately 7hrs and 10 mins. However, i do recommended stopping of in Las Vegas & some of the little stop overs mentioned previously in the Los Angeles to Las Vegas Road Trip.

Aerial Photo over horseshoe river at the Grand Canyon. Awe-inspiring!

Aerial Photo over horseshoe river at the Grand Canyon. Awe-inspiring!

Los Angeles to Grand Canyon Road Trip Map

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Los Angeles to Las Vegas Road Trip Itinerary:

  1. Los Angeles
  2. Mormon Rocks Viewpoint
  3. Route 66 Museum
  4. Elmers Bottle Tree Ranch
  5. Calico Ghost Town
  6. Peggy Sues 50s Diner
  7. Baker
  8. Primm – Americas Busiest Lottery store
  9. Welcome to Nevada 
  10. Pioneer Saloon 
  11. Las Vegas
  12. Death Valley National Park
  13. Grand Canyon National Park

For Further Details on the stops, see the previous road trip above: Los Angeles to Las Vegas.

Should I take a Hot Air Balloon Ride over the Grand Canyon??

I believe the best way of seeing the Grand Canyon is by air! Check out: Hot Air Balloon Ride over the Grand Canyon? 5 Golden reasons to try it!

Hot-Air-Balloon ride Grand Canyon

Balloon Rides, Photo by: Jennifer C, Helena, MT)

3. Los Angeles to Lake Tahoe Road Trip

Lake Tahoe is one of the largest freshwater lakes in California. With its shimmering cobalt blue waters, its a magical place to visit.

How far is Lake Tahoe from Los Angeles?

Lake Tahoe is 442 miles from Los Angeles, driving direct it will take you approximately 7 hours. I prefer taking a drive up the pacific coast highway and stopping of at some iconic places such as San Francisco and Big Sur. You can also visit Lake Tahoe via Yosemite National Park see: Lake Tahoe to Yosemite Road Trip

Los Angeles to Lake Tahoe Road Trip Map

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You can also drive to the Hot Springs of Utah or stick to the california coast and carry on to portland, oregon. 

Los Angeles to Seattle Road Trip Itinerary:

As part of our road trip Itinerary we stopped as some amazing destinations along the way. Here are some of the highlights:

  1. Los Angeles (Downtown)
  2. Santa Monica. 
  3. Malibu. 
  4. Santa Barbara. 
  5. Solvang. 
  6. Pismo Beach. 
  7. Hearst Castle. 
  8. Elephant Seal Vista Point. 
  9. Big Sur.
  10. Monterey 
  11. Santa Cruz
  12. Half Moon Bay
  13. San Francisco 
  14. Lake Tahoe 

For the full guide on these stops & transport see: Los Angeles to Seattle: Drive vs Bus/Train?

2. Coast to Coast Road Trip: LA to New York

New York City is one of the greatest & most iconic cities in the world, filled with skyscrapers such Empire State Building, one world trade center and the Rockefeller centre!

In addition, to it being a melting pot for culture, from Chinatown to Little Italy.

new york road trip hammock girl

new york road trip hammock girl

How long is the drive from New York to LA?

A drive between New York and LA will take you coast to coast across the USA, where you will cover approximately 2,800 miles!

If you drove straight and didn’t stop over it would take you 41 hours of constant driving! Of course the best part about any road trip is the journey itself and all the fantastic places you can see across the USA.

Dive into our interactive map below! 

User Guide: Use the +/- arrows to zoom in an out of the landmarks.

Many users choose to share the post on facebook and access the map that way

Tip: Turn your phone sideways for easier use. Click the directions button top right to be routed to attraction.

Should you take Public Transport between New York and LA?

Overall the best way to Travel from New York to Los Angeles depends upon you as a person! Taking a flight will be the best option for most if you just want to “get there”.

Use the helpful table below for more info.

Transport Method. Average Time(hr/min)Average Cost($)Experience
Flight5hr 55mins$187-$450FAST, Comfy, not scenic, no stops.
Road Trip/Car/RVMin: 40 hours, I recommended taking the trip over 2 weeks+ (comfy average 214miles/day)with average US car mpg at 24.9mpg. approx cost: $348Scenic, as many stops as you like! Great opportunity to explore the Vast USA.
Train3 nights$232-$350Scenic Experience, comfy seats, especially if you travel on the California Zephyr 
Bus2 days, 20 hours$280 – $380Long Journey, Scenic.  not as comfy as the train. Price is not reasonable unless journey is split.

For more info check out the full guide: New York to Los Angeles: 4 Budget Ways to Travel!

Should you take the California Zephyr?

If you would like a more scenic experience I would HIGHLY recommend an old fashioned road trip or the California Zephyr Coast to Coast Train.

California Zephyr train

California Zephyr train

For more info check out: California Zephyr: Chicago to San Francisco

1. Los Angeles to Miami: The Ultimate Road Trip!! 

Miami is a vibrant Metropolis, treasure trove of culture & true paradise. As the capital of the Sunshine State expect many incredible beaches from Miami Beach to Biscayne Bay.

Head to the everglades nearby to immerse yourself in nature & check out the Alligators.

Miami Beach Venice Beach Artistic Photo Sunset

Miami Beach Venice Beach Artistic Photo Sunset

How long is the drive from Los Angeles to Miami?

Driving between Los Angeles and Miami is the Ultimate road trip! It will take you from coast to coast over 2,800 miles! This will take you approximately 43h 27m. 
I would recommended breaking this road trip up over a period of 14-21 days+ .
Over 14 days you only need to cover an average of 200 miles per day. To cover less miles on average give yourself longer!
To help with planning see: How to Plan up to a 6 month Road Trip: USA

Los Angeles to Miami Road Trip Map

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Should you take the train between Los Angeles and Miami?

The Train between Los Angeles and Miami is very long and a massive detour! It takes 3 days and 15 hours and will take you via Chicago (North East) before taking you

down the east coast. The cost of this will be between $415 – $594 which is alot.  I would not recommended this route on a Los Angeles to Miami Journey.

However, this is a great option if you will to travel from New York to Los Angeles/San Francisco see: How to Travel Coast to Coast USA by Train for $232?

Los Angeles to Miami: Public Transport Comparison

Best Public Transport Methods between LA and Miami Table
TransportDuration(Hr/mins)Cost($)Notes
Car/RV43hr 27 mins (2800 miles)94 gallons. $235 (depending upon mpg/route)An independent road trip. I recommended doing it over 14-21 days plus! Stopping at some amazing destinations.
Train 3 days 15 hours (Train travels via Chicago then down the east coast which is a major detour)

$415 – $594

(Amtrak Southwest Chief to Chicago)
Bus2 days 16 hours$284 – $395Greyhound USA (4 times/per from Houston)
Train/Bus ComboLeg 1: LA to New Orleans  (45 hours 45 mins)Leg 2: New Orleans to Miami  (Bus 24 hours)$275 – $385Amtrak Sunset Limited to New Orleans then Greyhound 1262
Flight7hrs$132 – $613LAX – MIA

Los Angeles to Miami Road Trip Itinerary:

As part of our road trip Itinerary we stopped as some amazing destinations along the way.

Here are some of our highlights:

A Real Favourite: 

St Augustine in Florida is a quaint, magical city which is perfect for a weekend getaway!

It’s small enough to walk around yet large enough to enjoy great deal of things to do, from family entertainment to nature, history, culture & nightlife!

St Augustine Nightlife guide

St Augustine Nightlife guide. Source:the great totallystaugustine.com

How long should you stay in Miami??

Miami is such a vibrant, diverse city you could easily spend over one week here and still not experience everything!

But I recommended three days as a minimum to really get the most out of the city!

For our Recommended Hotel Deals in Miami, follow the link HERE

Insider Tip: The Hotels in best parts of Miami sell out fast, so book well in advance, to avoid disappointment!

My friend ended up stuck right out in the sticks!

For our full Miami Itinerary check out: Florida Itinerary 10 Days: Epic!

Essential Road Trip Tips:

Photography Gear

Make sure you are equip with some great Photography Gear!

How to get the best car rental Deals?

Check out: Ultimate Car Rental Travel Hacks!

For RV Rentals we always use: RV Share

RV motoring show, Auto show USA

Bring your RV to Tiden Park.

Would you like to know the 3 secrets to get discounted hotel deals?

Check out: How to find the Best Hotel Deals??

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