It’s January in Arizona and I was outside enjoying a lovely 72 degrees. This type of weather won’t be happening in Michigan for quite a few more months. RVers who flock to the southern half of the 48 states (in the yellow on the map) are affectionately called snowbirds because they arrive in fall/winter and leave before the weather heats up. And veteran snowbirds have learned that early planning is important if you want to stay in the best parks because they book up fast. So to give you a head’s up to the migration patterns and where you may want to stay, check out this map that has a state-by-state listing of RV parks who are associated with Woodall’s RV Travel Guide. http://www.woodalls.com/snowbird/
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