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returnee

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I read in one of the Blogs about someone who had bought a covered RV site on a campground, and parked his RV there when he wasn't on the road.
I can't find the blog any more.
Does anyone know of any such sites which are for sale, or does anyone have any tips on how to find out where one might be.
Thanks for the answer
 
Welcome to the forum.
I will try to help you but you need to give a little more information when you ask questions. You will find it helpful to add your basic information to your profile such as what make and model of RV and where you are located.
If I were looking for a covered camping space I would do a search of campgrounds in your area and call them to see if they have what you are looking for.
Bill
 
The Great Outdoors in Titusville, FL has them available, but you are talking big bucks if all you want is a storage area with hook-ups. They are called RV Port lots.

http://www.tgoresort.com/properties/categoryDetails.asp?categoryId=2
 
Gary is almost correct. TGO has lots but the big buck lots are at the Motorcoach Resort in Indio, CA. The last time we were there a few years ago the price for a developed lot was running $5-600,000.

Here is a photo of our lot at Happy Trails in Surprise AZ. It started off as a large patio beside the motorhome.
 

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Thanks Ernie. It is our break from the road and I get to pat the Tradewinds each morning as i walk out the door. 8)
 
I have a Tradewinds due here for a makeover, today. I'll post photos in the remodeling forum. Wish we were at Q this year
 
Returnee,
      Would help if we knew where you are located for any helpful information for your area.
 
Ernie Ekberg said:
I have a Tradewinds due here for a makeover, today. I'll post photos in the remodeling forum. Wish we were at Q this year


Ernie:


Lot's of room. ;D
 
we are going to Montana in May for oldest grandsons HS graduation. Jim, if you are home we'll swing by
 
Just curious about these RV port lots.  Do you own the lot or is it a lease?  I stayed at an RV park in Davenport FL last year where I could have bought a lot and put up an RV port but I think I also heard about lots that you lease which allow improvements.  Thanks.

Ernie Jeff, that's a great setup.

Mike Wagner
 
We have fee simple title to the lot. The leased lots make it hard to do real improvements to them and then have to walk away.
 
Gary RV Roamer said:
The Great Outdoors in Titusville, FL has them available, but you are talking big bucks if all you want is a storage area with hook-ups. They are called RV Port lots.

http://www.tgoresort.com/properties/categoryDetails.asp?categoryId=2
Hi Gary,
you mentioned in the blog "if you only want a storage area with hookups". What I really want is somewhere to park an RV when I am not using it (going out of country), where it is going to be safe and protected from the elements. Probably don't even need hookups particularly. As well as searching for RV ports, are there any other search criteria I can use
 
I think you want "indoor RV storage" rather than a covered RV site. Different animal.  Some storage facilities are covered and a few offer power hook-ups.

Any particular region where you want to leave it? Somebody here may know of one in your area.

Here are a couple in Florida:
http://hydeparkstoragesuites.com/hyde-park-daytona.html?gclid=CIW3zOPIg7UCFQU5nAodRwcAUQ
http://www.indoorrvboatstorg.com/
 
Here's a place northwest of Tucson: https://www.nationalselfstorage.com/storage-units/tucson-az-119210  Don't know anything about them.
 

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