Yuma has a great season thanks to baby boomer RVers and Canadians reports that seasonal visitors to Yuma, Arizona reflect a changing RV market.

Recreational vehicle park managers had a good season driven by younger RVers, many from the first wave of retiring baby boomers.

Visitors from Canada arrived in larger numbers thanks to stronger Canadian currency offering more purchasing power.

The new generation of RVers are looking for more upscale RV parks, equipped with Internet access, putting greens, on-site spas, and fitness trainers.

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  1. Anonymous5:01 AM

    It's interesting to know that boomers are entering RV traveling.

    I write a blog for boomer consumers at The Survive and Thrive Boomer Guide at


  2. Anonymous11:27 AM

    Thanks for the great post, I started my career in nursing after finishing a associate degree in nursing from associate degree nursing schools


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