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Old 01-30-2014, 08:06 AM   #1
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Storing RV for a week in Branson...

We are planning some travel that will involve a week in Branson, MO in which we will NOT be using the RV (staying in condo with extended family), but then we will take RV for a second week elsewhere.

I found "America's Best Campground" America's Best Camping - Branson, Missouri | Welcome! on the web, contacted them, and they are able to store our coach on electricity for $12/day. I want electricity to keep the refrigerator, batteries up to charge, etc.

That sounds reasonable to me... but thought to inquire here before committing.

Any thoughts? Have you done this in Branson, MO? Suggestions??
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Never had to do that in Branson but that particular campground seems to be a decent one. We've driven thru it to check it out but haven't stayed there. Usually stay at the KOA.
$12 with electric seems reasonable to me.
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Most campgrounds have the ability to store for at least a short time. Having the ability ti include electricity is a plus. Hopefully it will be somewhat secure. Thanks for the tip as we expect to do the same thing in June, (in Branson).
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Just Asking. Unless you have all electric coach, why not park at condo parking lot and put fridge on propane? Most all the condo's I've seen in Branson have very large parking lots.

Duh, it just dawned on me you probably have residential fridge?
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Just Asking. Unless you have all electric coach, why not park at condo parking lot and put fridge on propane? Most all the condo's I've seen in Branson have very large parking lots. Duh, it just dawned on me you probably have residential fridge?
yup. Residential.
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Have stayed a couple of times in ABC and was always secure etc when i was there. Know they had a storage area at that time but would question the electrical availablity. With electric/storage $12 daily rate would seem fair compared to some of the other parks in the area IMO.
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