By Lazydays

An RV trip is the perfect way to escape the cold weather for warmer destinations. Check out these destinations and plan your trip today!

While much of the United States is deep into the chilly winter months, we’re dreaming of the summer sun, an open road and blue sky destinations. Luckily, even in the middle of winter the warm weather is just a few hours away. Pick your favorite sun-kissed destination from below, pack your shorts and trade the frost for a sunshine-filled RV vacation!

El Paso, Texas

In El Paso, Texas, you can walk the same streets once inhabited by Wyatt Earp and Billy the Kid. You’ll find a city rich in history, culture and natural beauty, which you can experience firsthand at one of the many art galleries, historical sites, hiking trails, casinos, restaurants and vineyards. While it’s a bit of a drive from our Colorado dealership, you’ll have the opportunity to make beautiful stops along the way.

Apalachicola National Forest, Florida

With RV camping along Camel Lake and Wright Lake, picnicking, fishing and more, Apalachicola National Forest is the perfect location for RV campers looking for a taste of the great outdoors.

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Known as the ballooning capital of the world, Albuquerque boasts 310 days of sunshine a year, a vibrant culture, spas, golf courses and a rich selection of local cuisine. With the city’s large selection of RV parks and campgrounds, Albuquerque is a wonderful place to experience RV living firsthand.

Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort in Florida

Most people don’t realize that Disney World has lodging opportunities for RVers. With RV campsites, recreation activities, swimming pools and more, the Disney Fort Wilderness Resort offers endless entertainment and relaxation in the great outdoors. From archery and trail rides to bike rentals and movies underneath the stars, this Florida resort is a fun and family-friendly option for RVer's hoping to experience the magic of Disney and the RV lifestyle!

It may be a winter wonderland in some parts of the United States, but there are plenty of RV destinations for snowbirds wanting to stay warm. Start planning your next road trip today!