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doublekay

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Okay.. Have had 2 years of towing around locally and ended up at the place closest to the house. Great place and close enough to do things at home if needed and still go back and forth to work. SO we are heading out on our first seasonal.

Been searching high and low for deck ideas, site set up ideas, ect and found it funny that there was not a thread for people to show off the awesome works I have seen around (wish I took a pic so I can remember what I liked about them over the winter and help plan ours).

SO post a picture of your great seasonal sites as inquiring minds want to know.

Counting the days till I can "move in" for the season!! Hope everyone enjoys their season!

Kevin


2005, Jayco, Jayflight, 31BHS
2001, Chevy, 2500HD, Duramax Diesel, Crew cab.
2 little ones. This is our first trailer.. Had the truck and needed something to pull. For the kids of course!!

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So where are you seasonal? We were seasonal for 11 years but went back to traveling last year. We would drive around the campground in our golf cart and take note of things we liked from other sites, mixed in our own ideas and created our site. You can get some great ideas from your neighbors.


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Wiscampsin

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We're starting our 5th year on our seasonal site after travelling for years. We set our max drive time to 2 hours away from home. Here's a link to some pics and improvements we've made. There's pics of our interior in the folder too so you can disregard those.

http://good-times.webshots.com/album/564112401RckioP?start=0


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http://s1340.beta.photobucket.com/user/W........6?&_suid=1357224714962013706578115184365

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A lot of places with seasonal sites do not allow you to build decks or change the site in any way. You must leave it as you found it.


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Wis, Love the set up with the stone and the deck. I really want to do a deck but trying to figure out the best way to do it. I am assuming we might continue to seasonal but if now need to take with and leave as was. Also thinking I want a full size fridge and looking at that shed it might be a perfect place for a craigs list fridge and cut a few vent holes.. Do you tow that with the toyota when you move it??

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doublekay wrote:

Wis, Love the set up with the stone and the deck. I really want to do a deck but trying to figure out the best way to do it. I am assuming we might continue to seasonal but if now need to take with and leave as was. Also thinking I want a full size fridge and looking at that shed it might be a perfect place for a craigs list fridge and cut a few vent holes.. Do you tow that with the toyota when you move it??


Sorry for the delay getting back to you, we were up at the camper all weekend cleaning and packing up. We're having our new 5th wheel delivered on Thursday. Thanks for the compliment on our site. The shed is a RubberMaid. The Toyota won't pull our TT, we had it delivered to the site by the dealer. There are alot of seasonals by us that have regular fridges on their deck or behind the camper, with locks on of course.

terry2425

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Here is our set up no matter where we go or how long we stay. Works great for us.

Camp Chef 3 burner stove, Camp Chef oven with 2 burners, Camp Chef single burner with grill box, 15 gallon pot to heat water for the shower tent or dishes and a camp kitchen with plenty of shelves. Behind the TT is a Champion 2000 Watt inverter genset for when we need power.

As you can tell, we spend all of our time outside including all of our cooking.

Happy camping.....

Terry





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1997 Fleetwood Mallard 24J "The Man Cave"
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We have a permanent home-base now that we can close up and drive away for months at a time. Check it out....



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