With Junction City Storage, one of the perks of RV-living is the ability to follow the warm weather wherever it goes. No one likes to deal with frozen hoses and the need for propane heating in a trailer, but where exactly are the best places to spend the winter in the US?
There are many great tourist spots for people looking to escape the cold winters in other parts of the country, but RV dwellers have to filter the choices through a few more criteria before deciding. Does the location offer affordable and safe RV spots? Are the hook-ups compatible with your trailer, and do they offer high water pressure, internet access, or amenities like pools and fitness rooms? In some smaller towns, you’ll need to make sure that the roads you’ll be traversing in your RV are compatible with the height of your vehicle.
These locations have been visited and approved by a number of RV-couples and families, and they offer all the sights and fun of popular tourist areas of the US, but with trailer-friendly accomodations.
It’s no surprise that Florida would be on the top of most winter birds’ travel lists. It was voted one of the best beaches in America and is a relaxing place to spend those winter months. The Clearwater Travel Resort has up to 100 hook-ups and over 80 positive internet reviews. It’s worth a trip, especially when trying to escape the snow and ice of winter in the northeast.
Twentynine Palms, California
Close enough to be a high contender on many Westerner’s list, this small town boasts the beautiful weather that Southern California is famous for, but with more of a small-town feel. It’s a gateway city for the famous Joshua Tree National Park, and within an hour of popular Southern California tourist destinations. It’s a great dry climate that would be perfect for RV living!
Although it’s blazing hot in the summers, Tuscon offers RV-dwellers a comfortable destination for spending the winter. It has a national park close by, with world-famous cacti, and offers some great RV communities with all of the comforts and perks one could ask for! Check out the Far Horizons community if you’re over 55, or the Prince of Tucson RV park for their variety of pull-though lengths and amp offerings.
Everything is bigger and better in Texas, and its dry, warm winter climate is RV-friendly, while its art and music offerings appeal to a wide variety of travelers. It has wonderful food and bars for those that love culinary adventures, and is just a small drive away from the lovely Mexican beach of La Penita de Jaltemba. Get those passports ready!
Less famous than the above suggestions, this tiny town is best-known for its wine offerings—including a road you can drive down that contains over 16 wineries—and its state parks. It’s a great place for a relaxing few weeks away, or full of adventure for those looking to explore the great outdoors! Check out Jellystone Park for a great place to hook-up the home and relax.
Can’t decide where to winter in your RV? Try one of the listings above—they’ve all been explored by experienced road travelers, and approved for their RV-friendly offerings and warm winter experiences! Let the Junction City storage experts at Self Assured Storage assist you in storing your RV safely during your stays at home, downsizing and storage needs going from a home to a mobile home, and all your other storage goals and needs! Give us a call today!