While most people may think the Winter season calls for closing up your RV, it can actually be a great time to take a trip. You can use your RV to to escape to warmer weather this winter season.
Here’s SmartPlug’s “coolest” winter RV destinations:
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
If you’re an RV snowbird that wants the beach experience, you really can’t do much better than Myrtle Beach. This area is home to several RV parks and it has activities and opportunities for all types of RVers- from the shopper to the outdoors explorer. Many of the camps are oceanfront and offer fishing piers, pools, and playgrounds. If you want to hit Myrtle Beach this winter, it’s a good idea to book well in advanced since this is a popular destination.
South Texas Region, Texas
Texas is known for mild winters, friendly people, and an abundance of social activities at their camp grounds. When it starts getting cold up north, Texas weather stays pretty mild during the winter season. If you’re looking for a place with lots of entertaining, local culture, and some of the best food in the country, Texas should be at the top on your winter vacation list.
Death Valley, California/Nevada
This destination has an interesting name and offers an even more interesting trip. Death Valley is actually a destination that’s far better in the winter season, as the lower elevation campgrounds are closed during the summer because of the extreme heat. Winter and spring is known to be very pleasant down in Death Valley, including some amazing wildflower blooms and wildlife. Death Valley does feature some very remote terrain, straddling both states, so check out the park information and regulations before you go.
If you’re ready to embrace the heat, Arizona is the destination for you. Known for its arid temperatures and fabulous culture and nightlife, Tucson offers an innovative and friendly atmosphere. If you’re looking for a vacation where you can avoid the snow and instead soak up the constant sunshine, Arizona is the place for you!
Do you have other RV destinations that you love to travel to during the winter months? We’d love to hear about them, tell us in the comments!