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RV LIVING> SNOWBIRDS> RV TRAVELERS FROM ALL OVER THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA FLOCK TO THE SOUTHERN STATES OF THE US EVERY WINTER. THESE FOLKS ARE CALLED SNOWBIRDS, AND THEY HAVE THE RIGHT IDEA! THEY ESCAPE THE COLD WINTER MONTHS OF THE NORTH FOR THE TROPICAL SUNSETS OF THE SOUTH.

10 Age-Qualified Resorts In The Rio Grande Valley

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Rio Grande Valley 10 Age-Qualified Resorts In The Rio Grande Valley

Many snowbirds head down south every winter to the sunny Rio Grande Valley in the southern tip of Texas. This area renowned for its beautiful scenery and exotic birds has lots to see and do including scenic hiking and biking trails, historic sites, golf courses, a diverse food scene, shopping destinations and more. It’s also within a day’s drive of the scenic beaches on South Padre Island as well as the US-Mexico border.

Several resorts make a great […]

By |2020-11-26T03:20:01-06:00November 26th, 2020|Snowbirds|0 Comments

Does It Snow In Texas?

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The Lone Star State is an entity unto itself. Possessing all the natural resources it would need to become its own country, if Texans so desired. The one thing you won’t find much of in Texas, however, is snow.

But, can you actually find snow in Texas at all?

Today we’re talking about “the where and the when,” when it comes to snow in the Lone Star State.

This begs the question: Does it snow in Texas? Texas Snow Report

Since the boundaries of this state are spread far and […]

By |2020-11-24T21:28:36-06:00November 24th, 2020|Snowbirds|0 Comments

News for RVers #975, Sunday edition

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Welcome to RVtravel.com, the newsletter that cares. Please tell your friends about us !

Learn about RV camping, RV travel, RV news and much more. This newsletter, now in its 20th year of continuous publication, is funded primarily through advertising and voluntary subscription contributions from our readers .

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Sunday, November 22, 2020
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By |2020-11-22T04:22:08-06:00November 22nd, 2020|Snowbirds|0 Comments

6 Best Sedona Campgrounds For Snowbirds

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Sedona AZ 6 Best Sedona Campgrounds For Snowbirds

Sedona, Arizona and its surrounding area is filled with awe-inspiring views and plenty of places to stay and have outdoor adventures. Just a few hours north of Phoenix, the area is famous for its red rock buttes.

Some great places to check out include Red Rocks Scenic Byway, with 14 miles of scenic views. See the unique architecture of the Chapel of the Holy Cross or make a trip to Montezuma’s Castle.

Great hikes include Cathedral Rock, a short but steep climb; […]

By |2020-11-19T09:43:40-06:00November 19th, 2020|Snowbirds|0 Comments

Yes, you can live in an RV during a Canadian winter. But it isn’t easy

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KITCHENER — Trading in bathing suits for parkas, many Canadian snowbirds living in RVs are preparing to brave the elements this winter with limited access to the United States through the American land border.

But while the winters in Canada are a far cry from the warm temperatures in Florida or Texas, living in an RV during a Canadian winter is not uncommon.

By |2020-11-19T09:43:40-06:00November 19th, 2020|Snowbirds|0 Comments

Best Snowbird RV Parks

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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 […]

By |2020-11-19T09:43:39-06:00November 19th, 2020|Snowbirds|0 Comments

What’s the Deal with Long Term RV Parks?

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What’s the Deal with Long Term RV Parks?

It doesn’t matter if you’re a full-time, part-time, or some-time RVer. You can be retired, traveling with money saved, or working full-time. You may be a single traveler or traveling with family.

Regardless, most people who travel in an RV generally love the open road and the adventures that traveling in an RV brings them.

So, what’s the deal with long term RV parks? And why would anyone want to stay long term in an RV park?

These type of RV parks […]

By |2020-11-19T09:43:39-06:00November 19th, 2020|Snowbirds|0 Comments
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