Add variety to your seasonal snowbird travels with this short list of the west’s best urban RV campgrounds for wandering winter RV snowbirds.
If you love potlucks, campfires and rallys, check out these fun places to meet RV snowbirds in Florida, Arizona and Mexico..
Does too much social activity get you down? Rest easy and follow these three tips to avoid snowbird crowds from Florida to California.
If cold weather gets you down, just get rolling to an endless summer in these three great winter RV destinations.
Check out these three tips for RVing in the fall shoulder season to make your full-timing life more enjoyable (and safer too).
If you’re not a fan of cold winters, now’s the time to start planning your snowbird escape. If this isn’t in your plans this winter, here’s how you can ensure your RV is safely tucked away for winter storage and in top form come the spring.
Plan wisely to migrate south with snowbird RVers and you’ll never have to suffer through another long, cold winter again.
RVing on the beach is something every RVer can imagine. Yet campers need to realize that a beach setting has its own series of tricky elements, which can present some challenges if you’re not ready.
Jimmie Crawford`s touring plans seem to reflect Johnny Cash’s popular traveling anthem, I’ve Been Everywhere. Since the full-time RVer hit the road solo in his 2014 Itasca Sunstar 35F in early 2016, Crawford has traveled 6,000 miles along the East Coast.
For more than 50 years, the Cape May – Lewis Ferry (CMLF) has been a major link between the two shore side destinations of Cape May, NJ and Lewes, DE, providing visitors with unique opportunities to explore the region and all of its outdoor attractions.
If you’re spending winter all cooped up in a less-than-ideal climate, get moving and point your rig to the Southwest. Hop on the interstate and head to Tucson, headquarters for dozens of the best snowbird attractions in Southern Arizona that will keep you awestruck and entertained the entire season. Join this iRV2 Discussion Forum topic […]