Temperatures are dropping across the U.S. and many RVers are starting to decide where to retreat to for the harsh winter months. Many of you may be seasoned RV snowbirds, while many are just starting out, and we want to provide some “hot” spot ideas for your winter getaways. Not only should you be planning for your winter fun, but you should also keep your RV’s health in mind! RV Warranties provide great coverage for your home on wheels, and eligibility and pricing changes are set to hit as each vehicle becomes a model year older on January 1st, 2015. Don’t delay, and click here for a free quote on a comprehensive RV Warranty today.
Here are 4 warm places to call home this winter:
1. Coachella Valley, CA
Located in gorgeous Southern California, the Coachella Valley provides a year-round destination for RV owners. Cities in the Valley include Palm Springs, La Quinta, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, and of course, Coachella. The weather makes this region a great choice, with highs sitting comfortably in the 70s all winter long. There is a large number of accommodating RV communities in this desert area with much to do, including golfing and gambling. Major nearby cities San Diego and Los Angeles sit just hours away and make for the perfect day trip.
2. Tucson, AZ
Often considered a premiere snowbird destination, the city of Tucson in southern Arizona is a playground for RV owners. The stunning desert and rugged mountains provide an adventurous and scenic backdrop for your stay, and the area boasts a wide range of activities. The year-round warm weather offers opportunities for golfing, biking, and hiking nearby trails. Since the desert town attracts so many RVers annually, every day is a party in the numerous campgrounds.
3. Southern New Mexico
It is no question that the Land of Enchantment is a great destination for RVers who are coming from the North. The winter temperatures range from the 50s to 60s, perfect for snowbirds who still want a taste of home but at much warmer temperatures. New Mexico cities that make perfect winter homes include Las Cruces, Deming, and Alamogordo. During your visit, you can get an authentic southwest experience by trying the local foods, or visiting southern New Mexico attractions like White Sands National Monument and the Carlsbad Caverns.
4. South Texas
For snowbirds looking for reasonable prices and the option between inland and coastal views, South Texas is the place to be. The region includes major cities San Antonio and Corpus Christi, the Coastal Blend, also known as the Gulf of Mexico, and a number of snowbird friendly towns. RV owners can choose from a variety of RV parks, ranging from small to large, all incorporating Texan community and fun. The tropical climate and vibe of all of the coastal communities make for a completely relaxed and warm winter for RVers.
The saying that, “Southwest is best” couldn’t be truer for RV snowbirds in the winter. The southwest region of the United States not only has desirable forecasts, but great scenery, outdoor activities, and RVer communities. We hope this list sparked some ideas for your winter travels, and remember that an extended RV warranty will help you and your RV make it safely all the way from North to South.