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Old 11-19-2015, 03:04 PM   #1
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short term storage for trailer question..

All you guys that full time or not fulltime, if you get a chance to get out of the trailer for a week how hard is it to find temp storage facilities.??

Reason I ask is we plan on fulltiming in 4 or so year and we own timeshare as well. Through a company called RCI, we are able to exchange our timeshare unit in Myrtle Beach for units all over the world and US.

With some thought and planning we can get special off season weeks at resorts for 3-500 dollars for 7 days in 4/5 start resort. Plus with the unit we own we can get 2-3 weeks of usage with off season deals.

Also on timeshare users group website there are rental for use that are less than 45 day out for cheap.. Rentals Offered - Timeshare Users Group Forums

I am sure most timeshare places do not allow RV to be parked on site, but not certain as we have not done this thus far.

SO i was thinking if we could find RV parks etc with onsite storage that would do 7-10 days that might be the ticket.

anyone have experience with this concept and any other thoughts on this type of deal or other suggestions??
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Vacation where there are camper dealers. I am sure they would be happy to take your money for a parking spot.
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so after looking around for a while now it seem a lot of rv parks/campgrounds have storage places you can use for a day to a month or more.

So are a modest cost and other are WAY to high just to have a trailer sit there for a week or so..

So now i know this is not as big a issue as I first thought and not being in the RV world here I asking questions so when we do go out Full time I will know what to do.

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