Another "Does Size Matter" question
In the market for a new trailer. I have a few wants/needs. I want to stay under 30 feet. The trailer I just sold was 27' with no slides. Looking at new "outdoors rv", I found some I like, but they're in the 31-32 foot range. Right now, I mostly dry camp/boon dock. But more and more of my friends are getting into rv'ing and buying huge units that only stay in rv parks/campgrounds. While I don't like staying in these places, I do enjoy spending time with my friends.
So I guess my question is how long is too long? Mostly west coast forest camping. I know my previous trailer was too long for a lot of coastal spots. Is 32' tongue to ladder gonna keep me out of a lot of national and state parks?
Another pet peeve is camp side slides. In thought and theory, I do not want them. I want that side of the trailer free to lay out my stuff. Tables chairs and all the things I haul with me. Keep it under the awning and in the shade. The camp side slide seems like this would greatly impede on this area. But, I've never actually had/used one. Is this a non issue? Am I putting too much thought into this? Do you have one? Would you get another unit with one?
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