10 Best Destinations for Snowbirds This Winter Winter brings with it the holidays, meaning kids are off from school, and it’s the perfect time for entire snowbird families to vacation someplace that’s far from below-freezing temperatures.
Sit by the pool or lie on the beach, and soak in all that much-needed vitamin D from the beaming sunshine — or get active, biking, hiking, touring, and more.
Its proximity by car to Eastern Canada and the Northeastern and Central U. has made it a natural place to head to in the winter months.
Most snowbirds head for either the Gulf Coast along the Gulf of Mexico or the East Coast on the Atlantic side.
Snowbird, Utah – Snowbird Ski and Summer Resort is adding a twist to its singles-only line this Valentine’s Day, with a new lift line intended for singles who are not in a relationship to meet each other while high-speed dating on Peruvian Express chairlift.
“The Valentine’s singles line is a unique way of speed dating, and Snowbird is the perfect place to meet fun friends,” said Dave Fields, who proposed to his now-wife on a chairlift.
After Peruvian Express closes for the day, singles may then proceed to an après singles social at El Chanate, Snowbird’s Mexican restaurant, located on Level A of The Cliff Lodge.
It is home to an international airport and also is a cruise port.
Tampa also features fabulous shopping, dining and entertainment at the International Plaza and Bay Street.
When guests mention the singles line, El Chanate will offer buy-one-get-one-free appetizers and entrees throughout the evening.
Couples are also invited to visit Snowbird on Valentine’s Day, and the resort is offering romantic dining and lodging options.
On the cultural side, the Edison & Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers is among the most-visited historic homes in the U. - an 1886, 14-acre riverfront estate, laboratory, and experimental gardens.