Four Cozy Destinations for Snowbirds This Winter

 / By Lazydays - On the Road Road Trip Ideas Featured
These cozy destinations are perfect for winter RV camping!

Seasoned snowbirds will tell you that it’s not just about escaping the cold, it’s also about exploring all that this country has to offer. As RV travelers begin their migration away from the cold-weather states, we’ve got some ideas for sunny locations that are perfect for your winter adventures.

Sedona, AZ

Located in the high desert, Sedona has no shortage of sunshine, even in the winter! Once you encounter the breathtaking natural beauty of the city, you’ll understand how it has blossomed into such a hub for art and culture. In Sedona, you’ll have the opportunity to visit two state parks, Red Rock State Park and Slide Rock State Park, both of which offer hiking trails and scenic locations for picnics. You’ll also have the opportunity to enjoy RV camping and the many attractions and fine dining options that keep popping up in this beautiful city.

San Diego, CA

One of the advantages of visiting an RV-friendly big city is that you’ll have the opportunity to enjoy all different types of activities throughout your stay. In addition to visiting the parks, gardens and beaches, you can enjoy great restaurants, outdoor shopping, spa treatments, casinos and more! Visit Legoland, SeaWorld and the world-famous San Diego Zoo, all while enjoying warm weather and sunshine!

Myrtle Beach, SC

Myrtle Beach is the perfect location for RVers who want to be near the ocean and do some winter camping! While it’s not quite as warm as some of the other locations, there’s still plenty to do in the winter. Visit the boardwalk, reserve your tee time at one of the local golf courses, hit the casinos and participate in some of the annual winter events and festivals, like the Carolina Opry Christmas Special and the Night of a Thousand Candles.

Tampa, FL

We may be a bit biased, but even so, Tampa continues to be a hot spot for snowbirds. With nearby attractions like Busch Gardens, the Florida Aquarium, the Tampa Museum of Art and the Hard Rock Casino, you’ll have plenty to do all winter long! You can even stay at our Lazydays RV Resort, which is pet friendly and houses a pool, sports area, playground, restaurant and more. Even better, you’ll be able to browse our 1,400 new and used RVs and spend time with RVers just like you at one of our many RV events and rallies!

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