Take a Chevy Roadtrip

Take a Chevy Roadtrip

1968 Chevrolet NovaNothing is as American as baseball, hotdogs, apple pie, and Chevrolets. The road trip should be added to the list of all things American. So, when you are ready for a little summertime adventure, why not visit the sites that make America great in your favorite Chevy. These are a few places to stop so you can enjoy the best that America has to offer:

2000 Chevy CorvetteStart your trip in Detroit, Michigan. The official birthplace of the American automobile is often associated with Ford, but the tallest building in the city the Renaissance Center is owned by none other than General Motors. Learn about the company that changed the American way of life in the showrooms scattered around the building. Check out historic vehicles like the early Chevy Corvette and Bel Air.

Stay in Detroit or head south to Cincinnati: After you have checked out the birthplace of the automobile, the next stop must be baseball stadium. You can stay in Detroit to watch the Tigers, the oldest baseball team that has never moved towns or changed its name since 1894. Or, head south to the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati, the town the Reds has called home since 1890 (the Reds changed their name to the Red Legs during the 1950s). Enjoy a delicious hotdog in the park. Get a Coney Dog in Detroit or a Skyline Chili Dog in Cinci

Travel west to Chicago: There are several restaurants in the United States that claim to have the best apple pie, but one location repeatedly lands on “best pies” lists: Hoosier Mama Pie. This pie shop uses the freshest ingredients to make pies just like grandma used to make. While you are visiting Chi-Town, take in a baseball game at historic Wrigley Field where the Cubbies play.

1965 Chevy NovaHead south to Indianapolis: While taking in the history of Chevy on your way south to the Corvette Museum, take a quick pit stop in Indianapolis to see the gravesite of Mr. Louis Chevrolet himself. You can find his memorial site at the Holy Cross and Saint Joseph Cemetery right by the Indianapolis Speedway.

Continue south to Bowling Green, KY: The most amazing car museum happens to be located right off of I-65 in southern Kentucky. Everyone who loves the Chevy Corvette makes a pilgrimage to the Corvette Museum to check out the past, present, and future of one of the most iconic automobiles all over the world.

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Nothing is as American as baseball, hotdogs, apple pie, and Chevrolets. The road trip should be added to the list of all things American.Nothing is as American as baseball, hotdogs, apple pie, and Chevrolets. The road trip should be added to the list of all things American.

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