Originally Posted by DurangoNick
The only issue I see with the 35p is the width of the unit with the opposing slides out. We have a very nice space in an upscale park in Florida for the winter. We have a 33c which is similar to the longer units in that there is no slide in the kitchen area. That is the area you would normally sit in when outside. We are paying $1200 per month for our space and would need to get a larger (wider) site with that configuration. Another downside mentioned by another poster was the lack of access when the slides are in. When we are going from point a to b, we will overnight in Walmart, rest stops or Cracker Barrels. We made sure we got a coach that was usable with the slide in for those times where extending them is not appropriate. However, whatever you decide, enjoy and have fun.
Both very good points. Our spot in Michigan will be no problem and we know we'll have to be aware of that width when getting a park in Florida. One reason we chose the 24.1 when we purchased was the fact that the bed required no slide to be put out, so we could boondock when we needed to. It turned out that we really overthought that one a bit! We never did it.
We do realize the 35P is a bit tight with slides in but it's still livable and sleepable.
Thanks for your input!