By Natalie Grim
WASHINGTON (Circa) - You don’t have to fly off to an island resort to have a fun vacation this summer: just hop in the car.
Wallethub’s most recent study can help you figure out the best and worst places to stop on your road trip.
If activities are the most important part of your vacation, kick off your trip in the fifth state on the list: Florida. The Sunshine State has the most activities in the top five states on the list. Texas comes in at number four. While the “everything’s bigger in Texas” mentality applies to the amount of things to do, it doesn’t apply to the prices.
For a risk-free road trip, drive up to Minnesota which is third overall and number one for safety. Second on the list is North Carolina, notable for having the most scenic views. Your ultimate road trip destination is Wyoming, which comes in first overall and first in cost efficiency.
Louisiana, Washington, New York, Utah and Colorado are also featured in the top ten best states to visit on a road trip. The states you most want to avoid are Delaware, Connecticut and Rhode Island.
If you’d like to see how the rest of the states stack up, read the full study from Wallethub.