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post Dec 5 2012, 12:17 PM
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My husband and I recently purchased a Mercedes Sprinter van. Problem is, we don't like being boxed in tight spaces. blink.gif I love the van, but we dislike being so close to other campers. We're going to try it out for a year, and if it doesn't appeal to us we'll simply sell it. We have two dogs that need daily exercise. We live by the ocean, so they run freely there daily. Im taking early retirement next year, and we'd like to find a warm winter destination (California, arizona). I see that some of the resorts only allow motorhomes in that are larger than 30 feet. What's with that? I've seen a couple (online) that have an outdoor living area (shade, cooking, fridge) and those look nice. But what about 'the dogs'? How do people keep them on the property? Any such thing as renting a fenced rv lot? Hubby wants to golf. I want pools. 'The dogs' and spacious lots are my two biggest concerns. We may be better off renting houses, and getting rid of this lovely rv. We've taken a couple trips in it already. Traveling with the dogs is a real pain (scooping poop, walks, no barking... Keeping everybody safe and happy) but they are the main reason we bought the thing. At this point, I'm just looking for where to begin searching for rv, golf resorts that MIGHT suit our needs. Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions. By the way, we are from the coast of Washington state. Thanks again.
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post Dec 5 2012, 01:49 PM
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From what I read here I would sell the van and go with plan B. You will never find an RV park or resort with big sites and a dog play ground around the site. You will find tons of other RV people and some parks may have 1700 to 1800 sites on a small amount of land.

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