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ON OUR WEBSITE:
ROUTESNorth and South RV Routes
maps, photos, campgrounds & reviews
PLANNING ITTips and
sources to find some answers
to help plan your next RV trip.
with local attractions
we've visited by State and City.
WORKAMPINGOur experiences and Free sources
we've found for100's of current Workamping jobs.
FRATERNALThe organizations with
RV campsites for
We are RVing Snowbirds - Niki, Jack, K.C.
and B.B. We travel North to do a little Workamping in the
Summertime and South to someplace warm and sunny for the cold
We've retired from a combined 50+ years in the customer service
field and we've now joined the other road
warriors to rediscover our America one stopover at a time.
We plan our trips North and South with different routes and
campgrounds each time and set a leisurely pace for getting from
here to there. We look for the best routes and best values for
our retirement $$$ in campgrounds, restaurants, and sightseeing,
We spend at least 2 nights in each stopover (20 - 30 campgrounds
each year) so we can discover a little of what makes each place
special (and they all are).
Wherever we stop we have 2 questions.
"What is your favorite
local Mom -&- Pop restaurant that you'd recommend?" Second question
- "What is your favorite place to show family and friends when
they come to visit?" You will be truly surprised when you choose
to follow some of their suggestions.
Whenever we stop we take photos, write about our impressions,
and post the mileages, costs, facts, and figures and other
interesting things we find. We post trip reports on our
as we go and then post a summary and map on our website here
after completing a trip.
We Workamp Summers because it's a great way to meet all of the
campers and also for the "free" campsite and other amenities.
The shorter working hours leave plenty of time for day trips and
sightseeing in an area. In the Fall, as the leaves start
turning, we head South to warmer "Winter" weather, to
exploring and the other fun things we like to do.
We are glad you stopped by and invite you to look around our
website. If we can help you with a route, restaurant, or
stopover, send us a note. If you would like to come on board and
travel with us for a few miles, just click on "follow" on our Blog,
Pinterest or Google+ pages (below).
Your comments are always welcome and perhaps one day we will
meet down the road. Until then safe travels and enjoy your
Jack, Niki & "The Kids"
Your Hosts - Niki, Jack, K.C. & B.B.
Join us as we explore new RV routes,
find great campgrounds, do some
serious day tripping and expand our North/South & East Coast RV
We invite you to stay Connected with us and Snowbird RV Trails
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RECAP OF SNOWBIRD RV TRAILS 2014
Reviews. Photos, Maps, Routes and Costs
2014 SPRING SNOWBIRD RV ROUTE NORTH
Florida to Upstate New York with stopovers in Georgia, South
North Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania and New York.
This trip North covered 2,399miles in 21 days -
through 7 States and 10 campground stopovers.
We traveled I-75. I-10, I-95, I-74/75, I-81, I-88 and I-87.
Some of our Favorite Highlights of the trip:
Stephen Foster Folk Cultural Center and the Suwanee River, Jekyll
Island, Myrtle Beach and Murrells Inlet, Huntington Beach State
Santee State Park, Blue Ridge Parkway, Shenandoah National Forest,
Andy's Mayberry (Mt Airy, NC) and some great dining finds (as usual)
along the way.
2014 FALL SNOWBIRD RV ROUTE SOUTH
Upstate New York to Florida the long way with stopovers
in NY, Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas,
This Snowbird trip South was completed in 30 days,
13 campgrounds and over 3,500 miles.
The route takes us along I-87, I-88, I-86, I-90,,
I-71, I-74, I-70,
I-10 and I-75.
Our Favorite Highlights of the trip:
Lake Erie in Conneaut Ohio, Bully Hill Vineyards, The Finger Lakes,
Cross Book Sale in Bloomington Indiana, Cotton Pickin' in Blytheville,
Arkansas, Cape Girardeau Mississippi Riverfront, Orleans Bistro,,
Grenada, Mississippi, Lambert's Cafe "Home of the Throwed rolls"
(X2!), Mexico Beach and the Florida Panhandle.
Life on the Road - Sights & Stories from Our Blog Log
Some of the Gadgets, Fixes and Gizmos
we have added to our RV to
life a little easier & more fun!
Send any comments or questions
about any of the above to Jack & Niki at:
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We are in the
"considering" stages of trading our
2011 Excel Limited 30RSO & 2011 Ford F-250 Gas Tow Vehicle
in Tampa this Winter of 2015/2016.
3 slides and 32' of Full-Time, 4-Season comfort -
fireplace, fantastic fans(2), big screen TV, air compressor.
convection/microwave, Panda, water softener, FM/CD/DVD
and more. Excel is the top of the line.
If you might have an interest in a great rig ready to go
send us an email and we can talk about it -
Jack & Niki at firstname.lastname@example.org
any question, suggestion, or comment about
our site, travels or RVing in general send us a note to email@example.com