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New Post 5/23/2011 1:00 PM
  maximo
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Parking the camper at home during the season? 
During the season the camper will sit next to my house. The problem is the width of the driveway. In order to leave enough room for my slides I need to park one side (slide side) on the driveway (asphalt) and the other side (entrance) on the grass. Currently the driveway side is directly on the asphalt while the grass side is on 3 stacked 2x6 (about 4ft in length). The question I have is for extending my driveway. The grass can get a bit soft (hence the 3 planks instead of just one). I was going to dig it out and lay stone. Wasn't sure if anyone else had any suggestions for this.
 
New Post 11/18/2012 11:29 PM
  josh54
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Re: Parking the camper at home during the season? 
That would be a good idea, but the thing is, keeping the camper on damp or wet ground can still lead to a bit more wear and tear which might cost you more money than if you invest in a climate controlled storage unit. JMO.
 
New Post 11/19/2012 9:19 AM
  murffdog
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Re: Parking the camper at home during the season? 
My computer had an issue so I'm back under a new name, "murffdog" got lost in the shuffle.

This is an old thread but wondering why you would keep the slide out in the winter.
 
New Post 11/21/2012 6:51 AM
  madidi
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Re: Parking the camper at home during the season? 
I was wondering about that as well. I wouldn't recommend to leave the slides out when you store your RV whatever season it may be. Even though it's got weather seals, leaving it out can still damage it.
 
New Post 11/27/2012 10:57 AM
  lizzpreto
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Re: Parking the camper at home during the season? 
Weather conditions during the season can be quite hard to any camper. Best to just store it in a storage facility.
 
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