well not knowing you route Its going be a bit hard must be 10,000 or so campgrounds along the routs you may be taking. not knowing what you want to see hampers what to look for as well.
The miles your looking to go seems a bit low for all places your looking to go. I went to a HU meeting in Colorado and back home to Washington state and did over 5k in 2 weeks did half the sighting seeing I wantend to and I seen most the places already.
But as for places to stay there are many. I dont know how much per day your looking to spend and at what level of accommodation will be ok. You can be staying in a place better suted to the thred wolrd and the next night where your roilty realy did spend a night. From free wild camping to several thousand $ a night. As im a cheap basterd so take the advice from that point of view. I dont care KOA or most privit campgrounds there eather expensive or so depresing I rather spend more and go to a hotel.
First some web sights.
Adventure Rider Motorcycle Forum
HUs big mean USA sibling look for trip plang and tent space list. More about the USA but a it may help.
Now there are state and provintal parks and campgrounds but national parks are almost alwas better.
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Canada national parks a quick look around at the parks will find you a place that strikes your fancy, I liked Bamff.
National Park Service - Experience Your America
USA national parks, Utah stunning but not not for all. Yellowstone is well loved...loved to death.
Now for the ride it self Canada tends to be a more than the USA as for the $. But tends to pride it self more in its nature and people. Riding the middle bit of Canada or the USA is difrent long and boring not much to see. but will be a nice change from the traffic of the Atlantic coast. I have ridden the plains and did not like it never done the Atlantic coast.
Once you hit the rocky mountains it will cool down and the roads will become much more fun the Canadan rockes are a thing of beauty (so are the USA ones, mountins dont see imaginary lines).
Next is the Pacific, (I live here so I ride the area a lot) If you have the time ride the Washington state Olimpic National park if not I5 to Oregon then 101 (and 1) down to mexico.
Oh and why Florida? seems a bit out of the way
Books to get, a good Atlas I like the National Geographic ones such as "The American Road Atles & Travel Planner" parks and many campgrounds are listed on it.
Last edited by Gecko; 20 Oct 2008 at 13:33.