Finding the best RV routes, good campgrounds, friendly people, great local "Mom & Pop" restaurants and posting our RV route maps, reviews, tips, prices & photos both here and on our website – snowbirdrvtrails.com
We will be on the road again beginning Sept 20th for our next Snowbird adventure heading South. It will be 32 Nights on the road, over 3,000+ miles, through 11 States, visiting 14 Campgrounds.
What do campgrounds cost?
What are Gas prices like State to State?
What kind of mileage will we get?
What are the local campgrounds and restaurants like?
We are going to find out.
If you have wondered if the Snowbird life is right for you, or if you would just like to monitor the trip in our daily logs which we post with photos, statistics, and restaurant & campground reviews – all as we go – please join us.
We have just added a new source for Workamping jobs on our website:
WORKAMPING JOBS FOR COUPLES
“If you are a job-seeking couple, you have just discovered the largest single source of jobs-for-two anywhere!”
They post thousands of jobs per year, all that are seeking couples or teams of two. While most of the openings are all across the US and Canada, you will also find couples jobs in Central America, the Caribbean, Europe and other locations. Surely your perfect opportunity awaits!
That brings the total to 20 sources (plus State government sources) where you can find up-to-date Workamping Job information for free on our website at http://www.snowbirdrvtrails.com/workkamping.htm.
We have just updated our Snowbird RV Trails Dining Page at http://www.snowbirdrvtrails.com/diningreviews.htm with our take on the 20 new restaurants we visited on our trip North this Spring.
That would be new dining spots in Lake City, FL, Brunswick & Jekyll Island, GA, St. George & Myrtle Beach, SC, Asheboro & Mt Airy, NC, New Market, VA, and Lancaster, PA.
We like to try new restaurants wherever we happen to stop and usually ask the locals to name their favorite “Mom & Pop” restaurant. Some are great and then others are probably just having bad days. We just report it like we see it at the time we pay our bill.