Category: Historic Places & Landmarks

Why Snowbirds Love Palm Springs

Here’s why Palm Spring attract snowbirds of diverse interests: Palm Springs has everything from golf, polo, and hiking to shopping, spas and one spectacular aerial tram. Palm Springs is one of those places that looks pretty good to a whole lot of people at this time of year. And it’s not just the weather! In Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Rancho Mirage,
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Cherry Hill Park: A Great Base Camp for Exploring Washington, D.C.

One of our favorite parts of RV travel is that it allows us to explore our country’s best cities in an affordable and comfortable way. The time we spent at Cherry Hill Park, located in College Park, Maryland just 25 minutes outside of Washington, D.C., is the perfect example of this. Over the course of a four-night
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Southeast Georgia: A Superb Snowbird Destination

Most snowbirds head to a warm and sunny Southern state, like Arizona, Southern California, the Texas Gulf coast or Florida. But there are other not as popular or well known options for snowbirds, like Southwest Georgia. The weather is not quite as warm as those destinations further south, but coastal Georgia’s average winter weather ranges between
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