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Old 07-14-2015, 08:18 PM   #1
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Where to find long term locations?

Where can I get info on finding long term locations with access to water, electric, etc?

Haven't yet jumped into the world of RV'ing yet, just doing my research because I intend on selling my house and jumping into this full time. Don't really plan on using it to tour the country. Just plan on finding a nice temporary place for 6-12 months and in the meantime I'll be looking for land to purchase out of city limits to homestead a perm location. I want to setup my location with my own solar power, water, etc.

Hoping to start this project within the next 4-8 months roughly.
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Where would you settle ? In Florida or else where ?
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Here is a good place to get ideas: https://duckduckgo.com/?q=long-term+RV+parking&t=ffsb
Your best place to begin is mobile home parks instead of RV parks for long-term stays.
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Many mobile home parks have RV sites for long-term RVers. Also, many RV parks have the sites. Just start looking around your area where you want to stay.
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Where would you settle ? In Florida or else where ?
Honestly, anywhere in Florida where I can get at least 20 acres, not in a flood zone, off city limits, and have a river or lake on it. Looking for the perfect "off the grid" location .
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@Ray,IN, @twogypsies; Perfect! That answers my question, thanks!!!
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