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Old 07-19-2015, 09:32 PM   #1
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Snowbirding it in new Class C; resort options

DW and I are getting ready to retire and buying a new class c (probably a Forester MBS). Our plan is to spend four months down south. Do most RV resorts have a minimum size for stays of one month or more? We have friends who stay at Happy Trails in Surprise AZ and hope to spend one or more winters there.

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Old 07-19-2015, 10:23 PM   #2
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Usually places have room for dailies up to yearly. Just start calling around. The longer you stay the better the price. However, if this is your first time to these areas I might suggest you stay a month at one and move to another place to 'try them out'. Each one has a different 'flavor'. You'd have a LOT to do at Happy Trails!

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Google, Arizona RV parks , for all the info you have time to read.
They have listings for snowbird parks and parks with golf and... and ...and.
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