Rocky Point, Mexico is a Winter Wonderland
Mid-December here in Rocky Point, Mexico, and the weather has just dipped below 75-degrees in the last few days. The Sea of Cortez is still warm and the skies are clear and sunny so why would you choose to winter anywhere else?
Visitors from colder climes are walking around in shorts and shirt sleeves and enjoying water sports activities. True, there are other Mexican cities you can spend the winter months in, but they aren’t within driving distance whereas Rocky Point is only an hour from the U.S. border and a 4-hour drive to Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona.
December through February are usually the coldest months in Rocky Point, but you won’t see snow and are lucky if the weather dips below the mid-50’s. Winter is a very active time with many charitable events, parties and get-togethers happening. It’s the perfect time to visit Rocky Point, not only for the weather and activities, but for the fresh seafood as well. It’s always fun to walk the Malecon and buy fresh seafood from the vendors and stop to enjoy a Mexican shrimp cocktail or fish tacos – the seafood doesn’t get any fresher. Many restaurants in the Old Port have ocean facing patios and it’s wonderful to sit in the warm sun enjoying the local fare. Whether you come for the weekend, a week or months on end, you can’t pick a better place to vacation than Rocky Point, Mexico.
Laguna Shores Resort, located a few minutes north of town on the Coastal Highway is a wonderful place to winter. It is a master planned community with many outdoor and indoor activities and amenities, plus miles of wonderful beaches and estuary waterways. They have homes and condos for rent or you might like it well enough to look for a condo or home for sale or a custom-built home. Laguna Shores Resort is a safe and secure quiet resort with lots to do. Guaranteed you won’t find a similar master planned community like it in Rocky Point, Mexico. Log on to their website to make your reservation and have a look at the resort.