Resort Parking of 42 Footer
1. We are active full - timers with large cargo requirements.
2. We normally travel less than 200 miles between one to two week stays and do not want to drive longer miles to find a spot. There is too much to see and explore in this country
3. We normally stay in a C2C, RPI, ROD resort or one of their associate clubs, as well as national and state parks. We also occasionally boondock.
4. We were traveling in a 41' 2" tag motorhome.
We need to replace our motorhome as it was totaled. We found an appropriate new 40.0 foot tag but it does not have enough cargo space. The next option is a 42.0 footer.
Most but not all of these resorts state a 40 foot limit which we did not have a problem with with our old rig. Yes some sites were extremely difficult to back into however. Our concern is a migration to a forty-two foot rig. We did not often see this size and over at many resorts.
What advice can you provide related to your experience. We would be going from a solid front axle to an independent front suspension should that make a difference. However, it would seem as though a narrow entry lane would negate any turning advantage.
Please let us know what the actual length of your coach is as normally the stated length of a coach is quite different than the suggested length.
Ed & Kathy
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