A road trip from New York to Florida takes you on a tour from most of the East Coast of the United States, through nine different states with cities such as Baltimore, Richmond, and Savannah, Georgia, located along the way. This route is quite simple to follow and filled with interesting stops. From beaches to national monuments, we will find ample detours to entertain you along the way. We can extend this trip anywhere from a couple of days to more than a week.
The best way to drive to Florida from New York is by taking Interstate 95 South, and it's why:
1. It’s the most direct route to central and southern Florida
2. You’ll pass through or near these historic cities: Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington D.C., Williamsburg, Charleston, and Savannah
3. You’ll be able to take in ocean views near coastal towns like Savannah, Jacksonville, and Daytona Beach
The path from New York to Florida travels through or near Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Savannah, among other cities. So we could easily visit historic sites such as Independence Hall in Philadelphia and the Capitol in Washington, D.C., and stop for dinner at Paula Deen's Lady and Sons Restaurant in Savannah to enjoy some Peach BBQ Grouper.