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Old 10-04-2016, 04:01 PM   #21
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Re: south for winter

Not sure if going to Utah is far enough south..but we once made a trip visiting Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, & Zion National Park.
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Old 10-04-2016, 04:58 PM   #22
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We winter in McAllen Texas. Close to everything, nice weather and not expensive. We are in a gated mobile home/rv park, over 55 with tons of activities. If interested in more info, let me know. Fun, friendly people.
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Just about any place below the 32nd parallel should work.

Southern CA, TX, AZ, NM, LA, FL, go south and find the kind of place you like.
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I tend to pick a location that has some things I would like to see, ie red woods , I check trip advisor for other things to see in area. We like full service RV parks so I then google to search for RV parks near... I then not to search for campgrounds because they seem to not full service sites. I also tend to focus on pull through sites because they tend to be bigger sites. Just my way of looking for places to go
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Old 10-04-2016, 09:41 PM   #26
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Suggestions for AZ

Check out the Gold Canyon area east of Phoenix/Mesa in Hwy 60 at the base of the Superstition Mountains. There are two parks one by Can Am and the other is Roberts Resorts property. Or Palm Creek in Casa Grande AZ off if I-10 south if Phoenix
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We purchased a Forest River Forrester. My husband and I have gone camping but now we want to get away from the snow in Idaho. PLEASE ADVISE! We are mentally stuck and don't know where to go. Florida is a long ways away. Any suggestions will be more than appreciated.
Snow is coming and I can't stand one more winter in the house. We are 60 years old and retired (kind of, lol)!
60 yer still a pup. Where have you looked? Do you like to drive? What is it you want to do? Lot's of folks have thrown in their 2c. any you like?
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Ehere to go for the winter?

We spent the last three years at Jamaica Beach R/V park Galveston, Texas. Nice park Accross the hiway from the Gulf. Marti Gras is a blast ..Enjoy.
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Not sure if going to Utah is far enough south..but we once made a trip visiting Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, & Zion National Park.

We are in Bryce Canyon right now. Cold evenings below freezing. Suggest keep moving south. Grand Canyon will not be any better. Crazy Horse campground in Lake Havasu has plenty of room and ALOT of snowbirds. Think it was 75 degrees for thanksgiving when we went.


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How about following the coast for southern and central Calif. beaches. The crowds are gone from the beaches, it's easy to get camp sites and the days and nights are mild. You could start with central Calif. around the Morro Bay area then head south to Cambria; maybe to Ventura beaches, then Malibu (Leo Carillo State Park is my fave!),then possibly Dockweiler RV park on West Los Angeles beaches( it has a great bike path along the beach), then I'd head south towards San Juan Capistrano; San Clemente State Beach; San Diego; Mission Bay and then maybe head inland to Palm Desert if you like the desert; it's good if you enjoy golfing, tennis or the pool.

Excellent beaches listed! None in San Juan Capistrano though. If you camp at Doheny State Beach campground in Dana Point, let me know. DH and I can come by and say hello! It's not too far from the famous mission in SJC, built by Father Junipero Serra, in 1776. Big tourist site with a few nice restaurants nearby.

You can make reservations up to 7 months in advance for those campgrounds at Reserve America.


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