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North Ranch no longer permits parking of enclosed trailers with your rv in rv sites. Is this policy club wide now or on a park by park basis? 

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Personally, a site can become too crowded easily.  When you look out your window and all you can see is fiberglass that takes out a lot of pleasantness to staying in a park.  Just our opinion.....

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On 2/11/2019 at 3:52 PM, noteven said:

North Ranch no longer permits parking of enclosed trailers with your rv in rv sites. Is this policy club wide now or on a park by park basis? 

You mean in the travelers RV park, or has there been a change in covenants for the deeded lots that I'm not aware of?

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At our CO-OP park here in Nevada you can-not have 2 trailers in your lot for more then 3 days in a row.  And most people can live with that. I've we didn't have these rules in place our park would look like a mobile home park really quick.

When come into an Escapee Park get a copy of the lot rules and then you'll know what's allowed and what isn't.

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On 2/11/2019 at 6:35 PM, 2gypsies said:

Personally, a site can become too crowded easily.  When you look out your window and all you can see is fiberglass that takes out a lot of pleasantness to staying in a park.  Just our opinion.....

 

On 2/11/2019 at 4:52 PM, noteven said:

North Ranch no longer permits parking of enclosed trailers with your rv in rv sites. 

Perhaps if the enclosed trailers were painted or wrapped to match the motorhome they wouldn't be considered blight. After all, one is the home & one is the garage, and having the appearance of belonging to each other could help when viewing the neighbors a scant few feet away. 

 

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12 hours ago, Jack Mayer said:

You mean in the travelers RV park, or has there been a change in covenants for the deeded lots that I'm not aware of?

In the traveller side, not the deeded lots.

No short term storage parking is available any longer either. 

Tank dumping is available at an empty site. The dump at the entrance remains busted.

My trailer is the same color as my truck. (Silver metallic) The vintage camper is all white and in very nice condition. Their are no giant names, swoops, swirls, or LED lights on all night on and under my rig, and I keep my site tidy and stuff put away in the “garage”. 

I was allowed to park in short term dry camp (7 days per month is allowed) as long as I left the trailer connected so the mission to visit and catch up with some last winter friends was accomplished. Then I cleared off to the boondocks. 

If I want to check in to any other park in the E system I would simply call ahead to verify if this member I fits the local rules and regs.

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In general, and especially in light of ^this^, the rules remind me of Home Owners Associations and how they're administered and perceived. An all or nothing approach is easier to enforce but may please fewer people, some will stay & some will not. We can hope that it's park by park & not across the country, this would be fair to those with preferences.

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