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Old 08-24-2015, 03:52 PM   #1
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New Snow Birds looking for Recommendations

Hello,

The wife and I are looking to becoming "Snow Birds" this winter and are looking for recommendations for a two month stay to get away from the Midwest winters.

We are looking for fairly nice pad sites and understand that grass may not be an option.
We have four small dogs.
Does not need to be a resort.
We prefer the Southwest as opposed to the Gulf Coast and Florida areas.

Any recommendation are appreciated!

Thanks!
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Hello,

The wife and I are looking to becoming "Snow Birds" this winter and are looking for recommendations for a two month stay to get away from the Midwest winters.

We are looking for fairly nice pad sites and understand that grass may not be an option.
We have four small dogs.
Does not need to be a resort.
We prefer the Southwest as opposed to the Gulf Coast and Florida areas.

Any recommendation are appreciated!

Thanks!
Grass sites in the Southwest are very rare so tell the pets to, suck it up.
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The Phoenix/Mesa, and Tucson Az. areas have many, many places. Go to www.rvparkreviews.com you'll find a lot of choices.
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Southern AZ and CA have many places to winter. We winter near Yuma and find the area suits our needs.
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Thanks for all the information!
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