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Old 02-23-2009, 07:13 PM   #1
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Southern Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada Extended stay?

Hi i am new here. I am about to buy an older Airstream and planning to live in it for 8 months of the year.

I would love to find an RV park that doesnt pack you in like sardines in southern Arizona, new mexico or nevada. does anyone have ANY suggestions on where to go for
a nice quiet place. I am 57 so if there are any age restricted parks would be ok too.

i have never owned a trailer before and it seems like a great alternative
to a house ( which i cant afford anyway) LOL

the trailer is 34 feet. i will be staying put till i have to move it into storage for the summer and then back out again in the fall.

any suggerstions on decent places would be most appreciated.
and ...of course.... the cheaper the better. LOL

thanks SO much.
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In addition to pointers you might get from forum members, you might want to start combing the internet for RV parks in area that you are interested in looking in particular at long term costs, etc. Check with Woodall's and Trailer Life on line for pricing info, too... Everyone wants to stay in the southwest inexpensively during the winter, so keep your eyes out for a good deal... and good luck!
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In addition to pointers you might get from forum members, you might want to start combing the internet for RV parks in area that you are interested in looking in particular at long term costs, etc. Check with Woodall's and Trailer Life on line for pricing info, too... Everyone wants to stay in the southwest inexpensively during the winter, so keep your eyes out for a good deal... and good luck!
OK thanks for that ! i have been reading on woodalls but i havent yet checked into trailer life.
i am leaving tomorrow for a road trip to arizona to check into it further...i am excited to see what i turn up.
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