I like the idea of stall pads- fast enough if the ground is firm enough underneath. For my 5th I had to level a space with compacted base course material and then put down a couple layers of 12 x 12 x 1 patio pavers level with the ground for the wheels and the landing gears to keep all of this out of contact with the dirt. The wheel pads are about 3' x 5' in size and the landing gear pads are just 18" x 18" blocks. I got these blocks within 1/4" of level in each direction. Then I placed a 6 x 6 timber behind the driver's side wheel pad for a chock. Ponded a couple of 24" long rebar rods into the ground to hold it in place. Then I painted a red strip on the 6 x 6 to indicate left - right alignment for the driver's side wheels. In order to open my slides in this parking space I have to have the rig +/- 2 inches of the right alignment. But I get to keep it at home this way. I got 30 Amp power and water right at the pad, but sadly no sewer hookup for at home tank dumps. I do have a blue tote that works for this OK.
Some day I may pour 6" thick concrete pads to replace the patio pavers. Got to be able to move the trailer enough to clear the space long enough for the concrete to cure.
Fred & Denise
Santa Fe, NM
2007 Excel Classic 30RSO 2007 RAM 3500, Diesel, 6Spd Auto, SWD, 4x4, CC & LB