So Original Poster, I think you've probably gotten the point everyone is making here.
I was planning ahead for when I would do travel nursing even back at the end of nursing school
too. Although I had the knowledge (common sense?) that I would need at least two solid years of full time dedicated learning in my specialty unit before I could even consider traveling, and that's if you're a fast learner. I know some nurses that are 5 years out of school and still don't feel ready to travel yet.
If you want to work in a low acuity area that requires more of a task management mindset and less of advanced patho and specialty equipment proficiency (like ICU, ED, OR, L&D) you could try your hand at just over one year of experience. I really only recommend this if you're a fast learner and just want to do low acuity med surg patients, even then it's a toss up if any agency or hospital would touch you.
Good luck to you and while you're getting your experience go ahead and dream/plan for where you want to go, places you'd like to see.