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Old 10-14-2011, 12:41 PM   #15
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you can contact me. i have a few acres if you need a spot. where in md are you?
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Near Germantown, MD.

Where are you located and can you give us any details?

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Old 10-14-2011, 12:43 PM   #16
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Check out mini storage locations. I have mine stored at a secure storage facility that has spaces for 5 motorhomes. Costs $60 per month but it is outside and there is no power. The other option is campsites that usually have a separate storage area. If you are near Woodbine in Northern Maryland they have just built a nice paved storage facility which has power to some sites.
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As it turns out I'm less than an hour away from Woodbine.

Ok, Ramblin' Pines Campground in Woodbine. Thank you!!

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Old 10-14-2011, 12:51 PM   #17
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As a follow-up, check out the classifieds in FMCA's magazine, "Motorcoaching".
I recall that there is a facility in Ohio that is heated. It is an old Ford plant.
To me, it would be worth the trip, since sitting outside for the 4+ months of
winter can take quite a toll on the coach. Winterizing a DP is easy.
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Here is a link to a BIG storage facility in Lancaster, PA.

We strongly advocate the concept of a seasonal site. Our seasonal site works well. We live in a condo town house community. The association rules allow overnight parking only. The coach being on a lot close by has many advantages. We are hooked up all the time. Most importantly, we have 24 hour access with VERY good security.

We have met many new friends at Camp. Even if we aren't on the road it is still possible to get plenty of use out of our investment. The motorhome gets used at least 3 days a week all 3 seasons. We fly way south in the winter so that is a perfect place to store for the winter.



Our camp is a AANR certified camp resort. They have indoor and outdoor pools, gym, snack bar and a small hotel. There are activities all the time and they are open all year. The price is about 2x what dry storage would be.
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