Annually, the National Corvette Museum coordinates trips around the United States to places of interest where Corvette Enthusiast and Museum supporters can sign up for a trip. The museum plans the route and makes the hotel arrangements, some of the group meal arrangements, and arranges for admission to various event on the itinerary. Participants meet at the designated starting point and spent several day driving their cars, enjoying the fellowship of other Corvette owners, and seeing some of beautiful places this country has to offer.
One of the popular trips they coordinate is their Tour of the National Parks. They host this adventure two weeks in a row, as it has become so popular, the first week often sells out as soon as registrations are open. In order to provide a sample of what this tour is like, a couple of slideshows of images are provided below. The first gallery is of photo ops where the group parked our cars together in key locations either within one of the National Parks or along the route. The second gallery is a series of images captured alone the route.