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American Music Trail

  • Destination: United States RV Tours
  • Duration: 41 days

April 17 – May 27, 2019

Two Person / RV $8,795
One Person / RV $6,195
Additional Guest $3,795

April 21 – May 31, 2021

Two Person / RV $9,195
One Person / RV $6,595
Additional Guest $3,995

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There is a bit of magic…in every song we sing!

‘Howdy Folks!’ Welcome to our all-encompassing American Music Trail tour, where you will experience the heritage and sounds of country, folk, bluegrass, gospel, jazz, blues, opera and vintage Music. We begin in Renfro Valley, the ‘Friendliest Place in Kentucky’, with 75 years of musical tradition.

Be a part of history in Nashville, the Country Music Capital of the World. Enjoy a tour of the ‘Homes of the Stars’, and Johnny Cash Museum. Nashville would not be complete without being part of a live broadcast of a star studded show at the Grand Ole Opry.

We travel one of the Nation’s most scenic drives on our way to Tupelo, Mississippi, Home of Elvis Presley. We visit the house where he was born and learn about his childhood. Onto Memphis, Tennessee, ‘Home of the Blues’ and ‘Birthplace of Rock’ n’ Roll.’

Enjoy Branson, well known as ‘Music City USA’ for its World-Class performers and top-notch theaters is our next destination. We arrive in time for America’s premier Bluegrass Festival, named ‘Bluegrass Event of the Year’ by the International Bluegrass Music Association.

See the World-renowned Great Passion Play while in Arkansas. Eureka Springs is one of the Ozark’s best little surprises as its entire Downtown is the only town in America designated a National Historic District.

Join us for the trip of a lifetime! You’ll be glad you did.


Day 1- 4
Renfro Valley, KY
● Get Acquainted Party & Orientation
● Bitter Sweet Cabin Village Guided Tour
● Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum Tour
● Renfro Valley Village
● Dinner at the Historic ‘Lodge Restaurant’
● Renfro Valley Live Stage Show
● Tater Knob Pottery Tour
● Historic Renfro Valley Stage Show
‘Real Country Music by Real Country Folks’
– Country, Bluegrass, Gospel & Comedy Acts
● World Famous Renfro Valley Barn Dance Show
Day 5 - 9
Nashville, TN
● Guided Historical Nashville Motorcoach Tour
● Homes of the Stars Tour
● All Access Tour in Gallatin
● Countryside Studio Tour with Artist
– Ralph McDonald in Gallatin
● Lunch at the ‘Chocolate Covered Strawberry’
● ‘Discover Nashville’ City Tour
● Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park
● State Capitol Building
● World War II Memorial
● Farmer’s Market
● Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge & Honky Tonks
● Historic Second Avenue
● Tour Music Row
● Vanderbilt University
● General Jackson Showboat – Columbia River Lunch Cruise
● Opry Mills
● Visit Opryland Hotel
World Famous Grand Ole Opry Show
● Nashville Motorcoach Tour
● RCA Studio B Tour
– Includes ‘Star for a Day’ Studio Recording Session
– & Personal CD
● Country Music Hall of Fame Celebrity Audio Tour
● Famous Wild Horse Saloon for an Exquisite Lunch
● Guided Ryman Auditorium Tour
– the ‘Carnegie Hall of the South’
● Johnny Cash Museum
Day 10 - 12
Camden, TN
Loretta Lynn’s Plantation Home & Ranch Tour (En route)
● Coal Miner’s Daughter Museum (En route)
● Loretta Lynn’s Simulated Coal Mine (En route)
● Butcher Holler Home Place (En route)
● Loretta Lynn’s Grist Mill Museum (En route)
● Guided Freshwater Pearl Farm Tour
– The Only Freshwater Pearl-Cultural Operation
– in North America
From Harvest to Cultured Pearl Before Your Eyes
● Southern Style Bar-B-Que Luncheon at Kentucky Lake
● Patsy Cline Memorial & Plane Crash Site Tour
– Guide is a Witness to Scene of the Accident
● Usage of 10 Passenger Pontoon Boat on Kentucky Lake
● Optional Fishing Boats, Bait, Tackle & Baited Bank
– Fishing Hole on Kentucky Lake
Day 13 - 15
Birmingham, AL
● Arlington Antebellum Home & Garden Tour
● Vulcan Park Museum & Tower
– World’s Largest Cast Iron Statue (50,000 Tons)
● Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
● Guided Birmingham Motorcoach Tour
● Mercedes Benz Factory Tour
● Lunch at Historic Whistle Stop Café – Restaurant Where
– the Movie ‘Fried Green Tomatoes’ was Filmed
● Sloss Furnaces Tour
● Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame Including Private Jazz Performance
Day 16 - 17
Tupelo, MS
● Guided Tupelo Motorcoach Tour
● Elvis Presley Center
● Elvis Presley Birthplace
● Elvis Presley Museum Chapel & Church
● Elvis’ Elementary School
● Elvis’ Junior High School
● Elvis’ Hangouts as a Child
● Tupelo Automobile Museum
– World’s First Automobile,
– an 1886 Karl Benz Motorized Carriage
Day 18 - 19
Indianola, MS
● Highway 61 Blues Museum (En route)
● Old Country Blues Live Entertainment (En route)
● Blues Murals of Leland, MS (En route)
● BB King Museum & Delta Interpretive Center
● Lunch & Live Blues Performance
– at BB King’s Club Ebony Restaurant
– Famous Entertainers Such as: James Brown, Ike Turner,
– Sly Johnson, Bobby Rush and Many More Performed Here
Day 20 - 21
Clarksdale, MS
● Blues Live Show & Home Cooked Meal at Bluesberry Café
● Clarksdale Historic Blues District ‘World Capital of the Blues’
● Delta Blues Museum
– Muddy Waters Exhibit
● Lunch at Morgan Freeman’s Ground Zero Restaurant
– Co-owned by Morgan Freeman and
– Filming Site of Two Movies
– Featured in Many Newspapers, Books and TV Programs
● Rock & Blues Museum
● Stan Streets Hambone Art Gallery
● Stan Streets Live Blues Stage Show
Day 22 - 25
Memphis, TN
● Guided Memphis Luxury Motorcoach Tour
● Elvis’ High School
● Elvis’ First Home
● Cotton Row
● Lorraine Motel (Where Martin Luther King was Shot)
● Stax Museum of American Soul
● Visit Beale Street (Home of the Blues)
● Famous Sun Studios Guided Tour
● Memphis Rock N’ Soul Museum
● Gibson Guitar Factory Tour
● Elvis’ Graceland Mansion ‘Platinum Tour Package’
Day 26 - 29
Little Rock, AR
● Guided Tour USS Razorback Submarine
– & Historic Tugboat USS Hoga
● Clinton Presidential Library Audio Guided Tour
● Ride the River Rail System
Hop On – Hop Off Narrated City Tour
● Historic Arkansas Museum
● Old State House Museum
● River Market District
● Heifer Ranch & Global Village
● Marlsgate Mansion, Plantation & Garden Tour
– and ‘A Luncheon You Will Never Forget’
● Cotton Plantation Agriculture Museum
– A Cotton Farm Up Close & Personal
● Dortch Cotton Gin
Day 30 - 31
Mountain View, AR
● Explore Unique Historic Town of Mountain View
– ‘Folk Music Capital of the World’
● Evening of Entertainment at Ozark Music Theatre
● Ozark Folk Center
● Yoder’s Country Cupboard
● Jimmy Driftwood Barn & Folk Hall of Fame
– ‘Old Fashioned Hootenanny’
Day 32 - 37
Branson, MO
Showboat Branson Belle Dinner & Show Cruise
● Silver Dollar City
– 40 Live Shows, Artisans & Crafts
Branson Bluegrass Festival & Bar-B-Que Feast
● Echo Hollow Revue Show
● Free Time to Visit Branson Landing
● George Dyer Show with Private Meet & Greet
‘Six’ Show – (Voted Branson’s #1 Show)
● Hughes Brothers Show ‘IT’
● #1 Hits of the 60’s (and 50’s too)
Day 38 - 41
Eureka Springs, AR
● Thorncrown Chapel
one of Ten Most Important Architectural
– Achievements of 20th Century
The Great Passion Play
– America’s #1 Attended Outdoor Drama with 250 Actors
– & Live Animals on a 550 Foot Stage
– Includes Great Hall Buffet Dinner
● Hop-on Hop-off Trolley
● Guided City Tram Tour
● Visit 1886 Crescent Hotel & Grotto Spring
● Historic Downtown Eureka Springs
● Farewell Brunch
● Hitch-up Continental Breakfast, Hugs & Good-byes

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    Frank & Barbara McCollum
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    Glen & Lynn Storey
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    David & Gretta Storrs
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    Joe & Margie Mirabella
  • “It is impossible to say what was best. The entire rally was quite an exceptional experience with exceptional hardworking leaders and team.”
    Ron & Pat Knight
  • First let me say that Barbara and I enjoyed the rally.  We would give it a solid 10+ points.  We look forward eagerly to our next adventure.  We would enthusiastically recommend Adventure Caravans to friends or strangers.  It was fun!

    Frank & Barbara McCollum
  • “So much planned, down to the last detail. Rallymasters, tour guide and bus driver were all super!”
    Betty Ogden
  • “Bert and Shari truly lead adventurous caravans. We appreciate their flexibility and good humor.” “The new friends who made this entire journey with us and all the people we talked with along the way are treasures.” “We did and saw so much in the time we had and there is so much more that we were made aware of. It was everything I had hoped and more.”
    Ron & Carol Conkey
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