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Category: Alabama Snowbirds

Snowbird Club activities have been suspended for the 2020-21 season out of an abundance
of caution because of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19.)
We will bring you more details as they become available.

Indiana Snowbird Club

Indiana has a rich tradition of being “Winter Visitors” on the gulf coast. Is it the winter doldrums in that great lakes state that motivates so many Hoosiers to skedaddle out of the state to warmer climes during the winter months? The Indiana Snowbird Club was finally formed in 1996 – 1997. The first formation meeting was held in the old American Legion Hall on AL 59.

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Illinois Snow Bird Club

The Illinois Snowbird Club originated in 1997 when a group of about 40 residents from the Bloomington-Normal area met for coffee and to discuss the possibility of forming a State Club. Today there are over 450 members who enjoy wintering in the Gulf Coast area. Our members represent 130 towns and cities in Illinois.

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Missouri Snowbird Club

The Missouri Snowbirds spend January through February, and for some lucky folks March also, in the Orange Beach, AL, Gulf Shores, AL and the Perdido Key, FL area where they participate in many activities. In addition to the snowbird activities enjoyed during the winter months, members also participate in a few activities in and around the St. Louis area the rest of the year.

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New York State Snow Bird Club

New York State Snowbirds are an informal bunch who have been gathering for social times since 2000. The New York State Snowbirds have formed an informal group of past and present “Empire State” residents who live year round or winter in South Baldwin County, the Perdido Key, or the greater Pensacola area. The participants are proud to promote their roots, representing all parts of the state.

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Alabama Winter Lodging Options