Snowbird Information

Snowbird Information

by Sharon
(Oregon, USA)

Oregon Heading South

Oregon Heading South

Looking to share snowbird information? If you're heading to warmer climates for the winter and want to connect with other like-minded travelers post your comments and questions on topics of interest such as: arizona snowbirds, snowbirds canada and taking a break from the cold weather.

We spend a lot of time in Arizona, California and Texas and have stayed in many age-qualified communities and resorts that are frequented by snow-birds looking to escape the winter weather for sunny days by the pool and fun with friends they meet up with year after year.

We'll post some of the best spots we've found here. Share your favorites and find out where the snowbird hotspots are in Arizona, California, Southern Texas, Florida and Mexico?

Connect with others on the perfect RV, preparing for winter travel, the best destinations, routes, parks, campground memberships, clubs, traveling with pets, enjoying the lifestyle, and the challenges you'll sometimes encounter.

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Feb 21, 2012
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Active Adult Communities in Florida
by: Louella

We are looking for RV active adult communities in florida.

My husband and I will be retiring soon and plan to spend some time visiting Florida.

We want it all so, if you know of any Florida RV hotspots with perfect weather, that are near fabulous golf courses, fishing, tennis, boating, and a terrific clubhouse with interesting activities please post it here.

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RV Parks Harlengen TX
by: Jack

Rio Grande Valley, Texas
The Texas tropics where Texas and Mexico meet at the Gulf of Mexico and stretches from McAllen to Brownsville Texas. The area is a popular snowbird destination.

The Rio Grande Valley is known world-wide as a tropical birder's paradise. The World Birding Center is a 760-acre park with viewing towers to enjoy.

RV Parks Harlengen TX; Two RV parks to check out are; Paradise Park RV Resort (800-425-1201) and Sunshine RV Resort (800-456-4137). Both are mega-size parks that offer numerous amenities.

Learn more at Rio Grande Valley Chamber of Commerce

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Yuma AZ RV Parks
by: Tom

Yuma, Arizona is a favorite winter destination for sun-seeking snowbirds.

Algodones is minutes away from the Mexican border and is a popular place for low-cost prescriptions.

There are dozens of RV parks in the area. A couple to check out is Shangri La RV Resort (877-742-6474), and Sun Vista RV Resort, which is a 55+ park (800-423-8382).

What are your favorite Yuma AZ RV parks?

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Snowbird Retirees
by: Sue

Snowbird retirees if you are a snowbird and looking for RV resorts in the Southwest that are age-qualified for seniors only or a 55+ park. These parks offer clubhouses and pools, and winter on-site activities and clubs for entertainment. Some locations even have golf courses.

Here is some to investigate; Paradise RV Resort in Sun City AZ, Verde RV Resort in Yuma and Mesa. In Southern California in Cathedral City, try Palm Springs Oasis RV Resort, which has an 18-hole executive golf course, restaurant and dance hall.

In the Rio Grandee valley winter, Texans can enjoy the Gulf of Mexico in RV parks like Fun N Sun RV Resort in San Benito Texas. The park has over 1400 sites, and live entertainment for your enjoyment.

If you have a favorite spot please share it here for other Active RVers.

Feb 20, 2012
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Snowbirds Canada
by: Becky

Snowbirds are a growing segment of the population in Canada. The Canadian Snowbird Association estimates about a million and a half Canadians head south for the winter. With baby boomers retiring those numbers are expected to swell tremendously. This growing group of retiree's enjoy wintering in a warm climate.

Snowbirds know there are many advantages to traveling in your RV.

Your money goes much further and your don't need to worry about your accommodations. Meals are cheaper, and the versatility of independent travel can't be beat. You always have a place to get clean, a comfortable bed and no reservations to worry about.

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