Snowbirding for RVers

Snowbirds seek to avoid the frigid winter temperatures up north, so they head south in their RVs for several months of the year. Touring the warmer destinations is a great way to escape the snow and ice. 
 
The articles featured in this section will offer tips on resorts, attractions, camping hacks and other helpful information for those interested in the snowbirding lifestyle.
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Snowbirding for RVers

Medical insurance: What snowbirds should consider

What every RVer needs to know about medical insurance before travelling south.

RV at an RV park with a smiling lady and her dog standing in front
Snowbirding for RVers

Useful tips for Canadian snowbirds

Are you a Canadian travelling south for the winter? Prepare for your winter excursion with this checklist.

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Snowbirding for RVers

Top snowbird destinations for RVers

Looking for the best place to RV in winter? Consider these top snowbirding destinations.

RV in the California desert
Snowbirding for RVers

Snowbirding for RVers: Tips and advice

Handy tricks and pointers to make your next snowbirding holiday go smoothly.

Be prepared in case of a disaster.
Snowbirding 101

What you are left with when everything else is gone

After this last summer and the total disaster in Fort McMurray, I started thinking about what we would do if we met with a disaster in the motorhome.

Lynne Benjamin's motorhome at it's spot in Nanaimo, B.C.
Snowbirding 101

A Western Canadian Winter

When the Canadian dollar is low but you still want to avoid a harsh winter, a Canadian option is Vancouver Island.

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Snowbirding 101

A checklist for going south

Here is a checklist for those things that often get overlooked when travelling south.

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