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Old 10-02-2011, 08:55 PM   #1
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Cargo (motorcycle) trailer

Not sure if this is the correct forum.... but here goes.....

We are going to be getting a Class A diesel pusher <= 40' to live part (and quite possibly full time for a while) and getting a 8'x10' cargo trailer to haul our street bikes to an area to explore while we live in the Class A. I've heard conflicting stories about where the cargo trailer can be kept while in a park/campground.

What are your experiences parking a trailer within the park/campground?

Thanks in advance,

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Old 10-02-2011, 09:44 PM   #2
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It depends on the RV park. If the sites are big enough they may let you keep it in your site. The one we stayed in long term had some parking spaces along the perimeter fence where they parked things like trailers. They may or may not charge. Again, it depends on the park. If you know where you will be staying, give them a call.

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Old 10-02-2011, 09:51 PM   #3
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Parks with 60>65' pull throughs would be those most likely to allow you to stay hooked up.
Othe r that those, as Submustang , says each park has it's own rules.
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I had a 35' MH pulling a 15' bike trailer. A lot of CG's want you to put the trailer in their storage section. More than once we were told on the phone we wouldn't have to disconnect and when we got there they said we had too and we left.
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Old 10-03-2011, 05:57 PM   #5
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If you are allowed to have a car/toad on your lot I personally don't see the difference between that and a motorcycle trailer. My cycle trailer is 15' long overall as is the connected length of my Suzuki Grand Vitara. If space is the consideration then it for me is a moot point. If the campground has some other issues then they need to be addressed on a case by case basis i believe. This is sort of like one camping unit per site until someone comes in and sets up five small tents, where is the line to be drawn. Ultimately it is their campground/decision/rules but you can vote with your money/voice/reviews. Make your needs known as they are there for you and not the othjer way around. Sometimes a reminder is needed.
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