It's wonderful to hear of other single travelers out there. How do you go about finding places to rent in different areas?Boy can I relate to this! I remember feeling like a babe in the woods when we first started out. My husband and I traveled across the county in a small class c motor home. We stayed in trailer parks, and RV resorts. In those days we carried a Good Sam Directory and depended on our very new cell phone to make reservations as we went along. I always dreamed of finding a 10-10-10 rated park. The rating assures quality, service and location. I was never disappointed. On that trip we only found one on our route. It was right here in Tucson.
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You have to understand that the reason I recommend an RV resort is because you will be immersed in the social life of the park immediately. If I were single, that would be very important to me.
However, if you are not interested in something like this, you can find rental agencies that do nothing but rent to snowbirds. Here in Tucson we have an agency called Home Away that might work. Put snowbird rentals or RV resorts in (city of your choice) in the google search line and begin shopping.
I hope this has been helpful. Any other questions?
List of post on How to be a Snowbird here.