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Voyager One

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We are snow-birding in Texas with our travel trailer and will be staying in a condo for a week. The condo property does not allow travel trailers on their property. Does anyone have any ideas or experiences on where to park our travel trailer for the week? Thank you

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Contact storage places. I've contacted one in the area we'll be staying in a house for a week this summer. Price quoted was very reasonable.





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Lots of forum members in Texas. If you would be willing to post the area/town in Texas, it would be easier for a member to give a suggestion for storing. Who knows...a member might even PM you, offering to park it on their property, if only for one week.

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Texas is kinda big, what area?

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I just had to do that in Jax Florida. I found it best to just call boat / rv storage places. Problem was most wanted to charge monthly min even if only there 1 week. Finally found one that gave me a weekly ( high ) rate.

Tried CG's too but they either didn't have overflow or wanted nightly rates as if staying in CG, of course there are not a lot of CG's in Jax. proper.

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Friend of mine rented a new house.
He has to fold in the mirrors on his Toyota SUV to get in.
No wonder everybody parks outside.

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Drive around and look for a street corner, parking lot, closed business, etc...some place where people seem to put their cars, trucks, trailers out for sale. Park it there and put a for sale sign on it with a stupid high price. Come back and get in a week.


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www.boondockerswelcome.com and what about leaving it at Walmart etc. for 2 days at a time with your truck and use an Uber?


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.call any local RV Dealers... Call any local campgrounds, sometimes they have over flow storage available..


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