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Ah, snow! And ice! And wintry weather that stings the nose and bites the toes!

It’s a lot of fun when you’re a kid, praying for a snow day and bundling up to head out sledding. It’s not as much fun once you’re an adult dealing with shoveling driveways and praying that each step you take lands on crunchy snow and not slippery ice. Although most of us enjoy the first real cold weather and snow of each season, it doesn’t take long before we’re dreaming of palm trees and sparkling blue water or colorful deserts and being able to go outside without spending ten minutes bundling up. Snowbird RV Parks

RVing is a great way to spend a snowbird winter! It’s more affordable than owning a second home or paying for rent for half a year. You can use your RV year-round, taking weekend trips from home and then packing up to head south for several months. You can also take short trips while you’re at your warmer location, allowing you to do more exploring than you might if you were staying in a home or apartment. What is a snowbird?

For those of you lucky people who live in warm climates year-round and may not know what a snowbird is – it’s a term for people who live in colder areas of the country and who, like birds, head south to warmer weather each winter. Where do RV Snowbirds go?

Generally speaking, RV snowbirds head to different locations […]