By: Corinne Vangile


Maine (1250, 1300)  to  Tennessee (600, 400)

distance: 1110.2 miles

midpoint: (925, 850)

Maine Landmark:
Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park is a stunning national treasure on the coast of Maine. There are several places, such as villages and towns, across the park. Wherever you decide to go, the views are spectacular and nature abounds. Acadia National Park is one of the most visited parks in the United States.


Tennessee (600, 400)   to   Texas (-200, 150)

distance: 838.2 miles

midpoint: (200, 275)

Tennessee Landmark:
Parthenon Nashville

The Parthenon stands proudly at the center of of Centennial Park, Nashville's premier urban park. The statue of Athena is a major attraction inside the building. Both Athena and the Parthenon are full replicas of the original pieces in Greece. The Parthenon is also Nashville's city art museum.


Texas  (-200, 150)   to    South Dakota (-150,900)

distance: 751.7 miles

midpoint: (-175, 525)

Texas Landmark:
San Antonio River Walk

San Antonio River walk is a waterhole with cypress-lined paved paths, arched stone bridges and beautiful landscapes. It travels through the city center, allowing visitors to all the cultural spots of Texas.


South Dakota (-150, 900)   to   Washington (-1050, 1250)

distance: 965.7 miles

midpoint: (-600, 1075)

South Dakota Landmark:
Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore National Memorial shows the 60-foot faces of America's greatest presidents that represent the growth, birth, and development of this country. It is open year around and contains a half-mile walking trail, museum, and gift shop.

Washington Landmark:
Space Needle

The Space Needle is a major symbol of the Pacific Northwest. It goes as far up as 520 feet, where you can see several attractions in Seattle. Visitors reach the skyline by riding in an elevator that goes about 10 miles per hour and takes about 41 seconds.


Total distance from start to finish:

total distance:  2300.5 miles



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