The Best Road Trip Playlist - Top 50 Songs - Native Campervans
The Best Road Trip Playlist – Top 50 Songs
A road trip would be incomplete without an amazing playlist to get you pumped for adventure. We put together a list of 100 of our favorite songs to listen to on your next road trip. We put together our own Spotify playlist, but you can also add individual songs to your own. No matter what genre you listen to, we guarantee there are a few songs on here that you’ll love
All Your’n – Tyler Childers American Pie – Don McLean Angela – The Lumineers As We Ran – The National Parks Baby Driver – Simon & Garfunkel Backburner – Richy Mitch & The Coal Minors Back of the Car – RAC, Nate Henricks Bad Moon Rising – Credence Clearwater Beast Of Burden – The Rolling Stones Bloom – The Paper Kites Born to Be Wild – Steppenwolf Brand (You’re a Fine Girl) – Looking Glass By and By – Caamp Byegone – Volcano Choir Can’t You See – The Marshall Tucker Band Camper Van – Jason Walsmith Storyteller Carry on Wayward Son – Kansas The Cave – Mumford & Sons Cigarette Daydreams – Cage The Elephant Cleopatra – The Lumineers Colorado – CHAPPY Dandelion – Oliver Hazard The Devil Went Down to Georga – The Charlie Daniels Band Dirty Paws – Of Monsters and Men Down in the Valley – The Head and The Heart Dreamweaver – The Easy Riders Drivin’ My Life Away – Eddie Rabbitt Driving Through a Dream – Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness Dust in the Wind – Kansas Elysium – Bear’s Den Evelyn – Gregory Alan Isakov Far Away – Junip Fire and the Flood – Vance Joy Float On – Modest Mouse Fortunate Son – Credence Clearwater Revival For What It’s Worth – Buffalo Springfield Gloria – The Lumineers Going to California – Judah & the Lion Grand Canyon – The Wind and The Waves Hallucinogenics – Matt Maeson Have You Ever Seen The Rain – Credence Clearwater Revival Hey Mama – Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Home – Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros Homeward Bound – Simon & Garfunkel A Horse with No Name – America, George Martin In This Life – The Strumbellas I’m on My Way – The Proclaimers I Need Never Get Old – Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats In the Summertime – Mungo Jerry Jack & Diane – John Mellencamp
We couldn’t stop with just 50 songs! Here are an additional 50 to check out.
Just Visiting – Wookiefoot King And Lionheart – Of Monsters and Men King of the Road – Roger Miller Lake Michigan – Rogue Wave Lake Missoula – Ritchy Mitch & The Coal Miners Landslide – Fleetwood Mac Life In the City – The Lumineers Life is a Highway – Rascal Flatts Listen to the Music – The Doobie Brothers Little Lion Man – Mumford & Sons Little Talks – Of Monsters and Men Maps & Plans – Keith Johns Me and Julio Down by the School Yard – Paul Simon Milk & Honey – Jessarae Mountain Sound – Of Monsters and Men Mrs. Roberson – Simon & Garfunkel My Silver Lining – First Aid Kit My Sweet Lord – George Harrison My Tears Are Becoming A Sea – M83 Never Come Back Again – Austin Plaine Old Pine – Ben Howard Pierre – Ryn Weaver Proud Mary – Credence Clearwater Revival Ramble On – Led Zeppelin River and Roads – The Head and THe Heart Rocky Mountain High – John Denver Salt Lake City – Motherfolk Shake It Out – Florence + The Machine Seattle – Jonah Taylor Sedona – Houndmouth She Lit a Fire – Lord Huron Sister Golden Hair – America Sleep on the Floor – The Lumineers Snow (Hey Oh) – Red Hot Chili Peppers Step Out – José González Sticks & Stones – Kings Kaleidoscope Soak Up the Sun – Sheryl Crow Something in the Orange – Zach Bryan Sweet City Woman – Stampeders Sycamore Tree – The Hunna Take Me Home, Country Road – John Denver The Wolves & The Ravens – Rogue Valley This Road Is Long – Tom Rosenthal Trying To Grow – The Sheepdogs Wake Up – Arcade Fire Walk of Life – Dire Straits Welcome Home – Radical Face We’re on Our Way – Radical Face Where’d All the Time Go? – Dr. Dog Wide Open Spaces – The Chicks Willy’s Song – Rayland Baxter You Worry Me – Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
We hope you have an amazing adventure. If you want more ideas for where to go and what to do, check out our itineraries page. Don’t forget to tag us in your photos @NativeCampervans!