Tuesday, November 28, 2023


Will you head south with your RV this winter?

Are you headed to warmer climes this winter season with your RV, joining countless thousands of other RVers in sunny Florida, Texas or Arizona (or maybe even Baja)? Or are you sticking close to home where you’ll just deal with icy temps and snow?

Curious minds want to know.

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Chuck Woodbury
Chuck Woodburyhttps://rvtravel.com
I'm the founder and publisher of RVtravel.com. I've been a writer and publisher for most of my adult life, and spent a total of at least a half-dozen years of that time traveling the USA and Canada in a motorhome.



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Bruce Lantz (@guest_37085)
4 years ago

We were fulltime for 7 years. Bought a house in Yuma, spend 6 months here and 6 in Western Washington. The best of 2 worlds.
I can take 6 steps out the kitchen door and there’s my RV. Plugged into power and all the slides out. My man cave is still handy.

Jerry X Shea (@guest_37073)
4 years ago

Leaving Pismo Beach, Ca on January 12 and heading to Grand Isle, Louisiana and other “bottom Southern States” till April when we will head North to Minnesota for the summer. 10 month trip before we return home. Did this in 2013 and loved it.

john Mitchell (@guest_37059)
4 years ago

Love to go south like we did for 10 years but the years have caught up with us. I only have 2 allergies -work and snow.

Luke (@guest_37057)
4 years ago

Headed to Death Valley, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas right after Christmas. Can’t wait to hit the RV trail…

Gord (@guest_37051)
4 years ago

Staying in Canada this winter. May not be the warmest place but we don’t really feel all that welcome in the US lately… sad to say.

Paul Terry (@guest_37054)
4 years ago
Reply to  Gord

Sorry for the things that have occurred that make you feel that way. Know we all do not agree with somethings that happen in the US.

Doug (@guest_37063)
4 years ago
Reply to  Paul Terry

Politics AGAIN?????????????????????????????????????

RV Staff
4 years ago
Reply to  Doug

That was a very generic statement from Paul Terry, Doug. But you can read whatever you want into it, I guess. We would have pulled it if it seemed too “political” or obnoxious. —Diane at RVtravel.com

Luke (@guest_37056)
4 years ago
Reply to  Gord

Why is that? Nothing has changed that would indicate a different attitude to our neighbors in Canada.

Jann Forrest (@guest_37086)
4 years ago
Reply to  Gord

That is sad but understandable. My husband and I RV’d for 5 years and so glad we did it then when everyone seemed always happy and upbeat and glad to meet/see us. Now it is so different so we just stay out West where we live. Go to the beach after having our 5th wheel transported to the park and set up. We go there-just load a few things from home and we are at the beach.

BTW we love Canada.

Herb Dinken (@guest_37030)
4 years ago

Before we sold our house and moved into the RV, we lived in Florida, which is still our legal address. Now we head out in the summer but always return “home” for the winter, even if it is in a CG.

John Rakoci (@guest_37028)
4 years ago

One daughter lives here in SE coastal NC where it rarely snows. The other just built a 2nd home here so we stay here through the holidays then head to FL.

Jean Knapper (@guest_37027)
4 years ago

Staying in Silverton, Oregon. Just got back from CA.

BuzzElectric (@guest_37019)
4 years ago

Chico, CA. It doesn’t get below 32° and less than 35″ rain, no snow and day temps 50-70°. We are staying home and loving the holidays. Happy Holidays to all. (Oh, and Merry Christmas).

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