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Posted: 10/06/21 07:13am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Any winter campers here? Where are ya going?

We head to the Blue Ridge mountains and southern climes in winter. We have to have our annual seafood trip to Louisiana and Savannah areas.

**Will swing by The Neutral Zone en route to Savannah definitely.

* This post was edited 10/06/21 07:37am by magnusfide *


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Posted: 10/06/21 07:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Staying on the California coast is my plan.


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Winter in the deep south is prime camping time. We will go on a leaf peeping trip and later to the Boston area to visit family. We camp year round but tend to stick to the coastal areas in the summer heat.

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This time of year is opening season for us to resume desert camping and off-roading. Hopefully we get some rain this year to revitalize the deserts. We had zero wildflowers last year, but the year before was the best in memory.


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Starting around mid September we head for the Smoky mountain area , till around thanksgiving. Then we go south for Christmas.we’re not sure where we’re going this year. We’ve talked about Chattanooga or Vicksburg Mississippi,but haven’t decided yet.

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I love winter camping. I'll headed for several favorite spots this winter.


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We're heading to the Sedona/Cottonwood AZ area for the week of Thanksgiving. Not really winter camping per se. Last year we even wore shorts on some days.

That's our last planned trip until spiting. Already had to winterize the trailer as it's been below freezing here.


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do key west and tampa count? LOL

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philh wrote:

do key west and tampa count? LOL


If you're camping between December 21, 7:59 am and March 20, 8:33 am, then it counts. [emoticon]

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toedtoes wrote:

philh wrote:

do key west and tampa count? LOL


If you're camping between December 21, 7:59 am and March 20, 8:33 am, then it counts. [emoticon]

Roger that!

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