From the bloggers at RV Wheel Life.
Whooping cranes and Canada geese are not the only birds to migrate south when the temperatures begin to dip in northern latitudes.
Each winter more than a million “Snowbirds” in their RVs escape the slush and cold of the Frost Belt in pursuit of warm weather and the good life in RV destinations from the California desert to Florida’s Gulf Coast.
This annual migration of RVers tends to fall into two major categories: those who wander from place to place, and those who choose to spend the season in one RV park due to its location, amenities, or the return of old friends year after year. Many ready-made RV park communities have aerobics classes, yoga, lap pools, wood shops, dancing, pickle ball, tennis, crafts and social events.
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