When the weather starts to turn cool in the Fall and you are looking for a place to get away from the snow and ice that Winter brings,
Come to DEEP SOUTH TEXAS!
The Rio Grande Valley region of South Texas is the perfect place for "snowbirds" to gather in the Winter.
In comparison to going to Arizona or Florida, here you will find a lower cost of living a friendlier reception from the local population and a network of public activities
that allow you to enjoy your time in the area any way you choose.
See the public activities that are provided by RV, Mobile Home Resorts
Winter visitors find that the sub tropical climate in South Texas provides the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of outdoor activities all Winter long. Whether you are an avid golfer, fisherman, birder,
nature enthusiast or you just enjoy hanging out in the sun, the RGV is where you should be!
If you are coming to Texas for a short term Winter vacation the "Land of Two Summers" has plenty of Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels and Condominiums
to accomodate you and your family.
Traveling this winter in an RV, Motorhome, Fifth Wheel or Travel Trailer? There are over 200 RV, Mobile Home Park Resort Campgrounds to choose from.
You can easily find just the right place to stay whether you like lots of company or enjoy a quiet solitude.
See a listing of all RV Mobile Home Resorts in the Rio Grande Valley
At the bottom of the page that this links leads to is an overview map of the RGV showing cities thast have RV / Mobile Home Campground Resorts.
While you are staying at your chosen resort you will have the opportunity to enjoy many activities.
Get an early start and on your way to the Tropical RGV enjoy more of what Texas has to offer. The Texas Hill Country is full of fun things to do and places to see.
Check out what texasoutside.com
has to say about the Texas Hill Country.
There are plenty of places to stay in Texas whether you are traveling by car or RV.
see places to stay in the Texas Hill Country
Join the thousands of winter visitors, "Winter Texans" (former snowbirds) who travel to the South Texas' Rio Grande Valley every year. Retire your snow shovel, recycle that ice scraper and trade in those snow tires for a poolside view of "The Land of Two Summers".
Special Thanks to texasoutside.com
for permission to refer to their website.
They are by far the most comprehensive online resource on Texas that I have found!