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I am curious !

wanderingbob
Explorer II
Explorer II
With the destruction in So. Florida are snowbirds going to go where ?
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valhalla360
Nomad III
Nomad III
Cptnvideo wrote:
Valhalla, I wish more people thought like you do - AZ is getting too crowded.


Too many old folks. Demographics says we are at peak babyboomer retirement population, so it should start to gradually ease over the next 10-15yrs.
Tammy & Mike
Ford F250 V10
2021 Gray Wolf
Gemini Catamaran 34'
Full Time spliting time between boat and RV

Cptnvideo
Nomad
Nomad
Valhalla, I wish more people thought like you do - AZ is getting too crowded.
Bill & Linda, 2019 Ram Laramie 3500 dually 4x4 diesel, Hensley BD5 hitch, 2022 Grand Design Solitude 378MBS, 1600 watts solar, Victron 150/100 MPPT controller, GoPower 3kw inverter/charger, 5 SOK 206AH LFP batteries for 1030 ah

valhalla360
Nomad III
Nomad III
Bangkok Baby!!!!

Great food, $10 massages (regular happy not happy ending), play with the elephants, great markets to explore, nearby great beaches, etc....

We'll pick the RV up come spring.

Realistically, the majority of RV parks in Florida are already back online.

The main alternatives are southern Texas and Arizona. When we've taken the RV south for the winter, the Texas coast is our preferred option. Arizona is just brown and Florida is too crammed.
Tammy & Mike
Ford F250 V10
2021 Gray Wolf
Gemini Catamaran 34'
Full Time spliting time between boat and RV

Fizz
Explorer
Explorer
I'd be more worried about damaged parks not being able to re-open due to high cost of insurance and stricter building codes etc.
Not to mention condo developers swooping in.

Guy_Roan
Explorer
Explorer
We live in Citrus Springs and Key largo.
As long as you don't want to be right on the water front you won't have any problems.
A mile or two inland, and you are good to go
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Guy

Deb_and_Ed_M
Explorer
Explorer
It sounds like Hurricane Nicole did minimal damage other than to those living right along the coast?

Probably the same for the west coast and Hurricane Ian.

I doubt many Florida Snowbirds will be affected unless they were camping right on either coast?
Ed, Deb, and 2 dogs
Looking for a small Class C!