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Even though the temperatures during the day In January, which is the coldest month in the valley, are a moderate 63 degrees, it can still feel a little damp. You'll probably want to pack a cuddly jacket just in case the chill gets to you. Other good things to pack are a hat and some strong sun screen. With 312 days of sunshine on the average, you should get a chance to use both.
With over 500+ RV and mobile home parks in the Valley, you'd think there would be plenty of places to stay. Well at least that's what Jim and I thought. But learn from us, if you are planning on visiting during the busy winter months, make sure you call ahead and make reservations. We found the area busy and full even as late as March, so its best not to take any chances.
Are you traveling with a little fur baby? Then you'll be glad to know that, in case of an emergency, you'll find vets at the Arroyo Animal Clinic, 1649 N 77 Sunshine Strip, Harlingen, 956-428-4002; and the AA Animal Clinic, 1824 N 77 Sunshine Strip, Harlingen, 956-423-6283.
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