Friday, January 25, 2008

RV Snow Birds Migrate to Dauphin Island, Alabama

As the winter weather turns bitter far to the north, the annual migration of snow birds makes its way to the sun and warmer temps of Dauphin Island, Alabama for refuge.

Whether for the golf, the food, the fishing or the leisurely strolls along miles of white sand beaches, these “winter Islanders” have found the tiny barrier Island on the Gulf of Mexico to be a popular destination far from the cold back home.

Many snow birds like to nest in the Dauphin Island Campground and RV Park. “During the winter we normally stay at about 75 percent capacity with snow birds,” said Mike Henderson, who operates the campground.

The campground has 150 sites with both 30 and 50 amp power and water. Three quarters of the sites also have sewer connections, and there is a dump station on the property. The facility has bathrooms, hot showers, washers and dryers and more. “We have a large pavilion with its own kitchen that is heavily used by campers and rallies, and recreation facilities and planned activities for both adults and kids.”
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