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Old 05-14-2009, 03:18 AM   #1
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Now that my youngest daughter got married (May 9) we can get our trailer out and begin thinking about camping again. We are considering a season lease for the rest of the year.

Is there anything special we need to be concerned about? Special contract clauses to look out for? Tire care? Items requiring special attention while sitting there? Advice?

I know you all will come through with something I haven't thought of. Thanking you in advance for your good advice .. and hard time, as the post warrants
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Old 05-14-2009, 07:26 AM   #2
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We do a seasonal, it's a bargin for the time you get to use the camper. We also take trips and use the CG as a basecamp for the trailer (I get tired of seeing it in my yard).

Things to watch out for are restrictions. Some CG are easy going, some are as bad as a HOA. Read the contract for unreasonable terms and conditions. Also, be prepared to pay your own metered electric costs and put a deposit down for a entrance keycard at a gated CG.

I take no extra precautions with the trailer. I level it up to my liking and driveup onto Lynx Leveler's to keep the tires up and off the ground. i also cover the tires as I would in the winter. Since the camper will be sitting more be sure you have installed bug screens over the heater/fridge vent's to keep out nest-making insects.

Other then those little tid-bits enjoy!
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Old 05-14-2009, 08:56 AM   #3
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Some places restrict the amount of time you can spend in the trailer, make sure that it makes sense for what you want to do.
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