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RVwest newsletter recap: Helpful information for snowbirds

The November 6th eNewsletter offered tips on border-crossing apps, snowbird destinations and more

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Spectacular Las Vegas was one of the destinations featured in this week's eNewsletter. — Karlis Dambrans photo/Flickr Creative Commons

This week's eNewsletter featured a selection of destination suggestions and other handy tips for snowbirding RVers.

  

Red Rock Canyon is an essential site to visit while you're RVing in Nevada. — John Evans photo

Nevada RVing is a must-do activity

When you see our list of top RV-friendly Nevada destinations, you will understand why so many snowbirds spend time there. 

Some travellers are drawn to the glamour of Las Vegas, others prefer to hike at Red Rock Canyon, or see historic sights. You can do all of that in the camping-compatible state of Nevada.

 

  

Harvest Hosts sites are perfect for one-night no-services stays. — Photo courtesy Harvest Hosts

Camp for free at popular tourist sites with a Harvest Hosts membership  

Join Harvest Hosts and you can choose from more than 1,020 popular tourist sites and go camping there for free. 

This tech platform boasts a low annual fee, and a wide range of camping spots to choose from. Find out more about joining Harvest Hosts for your next snowbirding excursion.

  

These apps can help you avoid any hitches in your travel plans. — Andrew Nesbitt photo/Flickr Creative Commons

Travel apps for snowbirds

For those planning to cross the border, there are a number of useful apps you can download onto your device of choice. 

From border crossing advice to maps of campgrounds and other points of interest, these apps provide key info to make your upcoming get-away go smoothly.

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