RV & Travel Trailer Parking: City Zoning, Private Property, and Rural Land

March 14, 2019 - Comment

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Stephen Powlingham says:

This whole issue concerns me. Zoning regulations concern me. I wish I knew of a source of concise information, maps, on state and county restrictions. What is private property and what is public often is unclear. "Public property" is often a misnomer anyway as it is still highly rule-bound. The day of the free lone cowboy is gone, as is the legendary frontier.

William Stout says:

you look nice

Will Barks says:

First time I have checked in for a while. Progress on the horse trailer looks a bit slow… hope all is well.

ArizonaHotHomestead says:

You always have a place here. Shhhhh I won't even tell anyone lol

Diana Kamala Mars says:

Living a "normal" life is getting harder & more expensive. To survive, we get creative then we see more rules and regs that once again make living harder & more expensive. It is incredibly frustrating……

byingly says:

We are looking at moving to the OR with our kids, on their property, 20 acres…..Can't live in an RV, on your property in Oregon….period…

Merwin ARTist says:

Another good one .. try to fit into the community you are in .. whether it is remote or not. Once people in the community know you .. like you .. they will help you stay out of trouble with rules etc. Policy is not law .. law is sorta static .. while policies change depending on who is behind them.

yaakov abdulah muhammed says:

signs signs………….. everywhere a sign………….permit pushers… screwing my mind………dont do this… and dont do that…….now they demanding I gotta pay a fine… now they dont even want me to……, beeeeee………… here!! ………ugh! sign sez 1 day limit…camping tramps will be beat on site…….WHAT GIVES YOU THE RIGHT!! so I pack up my things ,hurry,and realy get outa sight. on the road after it all , hell…. I had no money to fight!!. so I stick up my middle fingah,……… and I raise it high up in sky….. I wont be thinkin bout you ……when your thinkin about beating me. I alive and gunna be fine!! SIGN SEZ…….

ya472 says:

Most annoying are those JEALOUS people who don't like other people getting benefits; they assume it is a problem. I know so many people who look for violations, even silly things about monitoring how many times people wash their vehicles, etc.
However, on the other side, people are generally horrible about containing their footprint. Some store junk for all to view, some own or park too many vehicles, do not deal with household waste, water, sewage and power issues, etc. Having a vintage trailer is ok, but most are not freshened up and maintained. I am sure no trailer park would refuse a nice looking vintage trailer?
It is sad when booklets of rules need to be assembled when one or two rules should do. If someone is creating an issue for the community, then they should be approached and eventually cited. If one person is creating an issue, like the JEALOUS Monitor, then they should be approached and eventually cited. It should always be a community issue, not left to one neighbor or one Official.

Daniel Stadden says:

Do a video on your homesteading, sounds interesting.

Mary @H2OsEdge says:

Camping is authorized on my Mohave desert wash with a permit that can be renewed, I think yearly. I also see mobile homes out there, so I'm guessing that you must have a septic tank to do that. All the lots are 2.5 acres, so it might also have something to do with size, otherwise, you'd have an outhouse, which I don't see on google earth. This will be my winter home someday. My summer home will be in Ocean Shores WA., where you can use your self-contained camper for 90 days per year (not necessarily consecutive days) on your vacant residential lot. At this time I live on a full-time camping lot there, but as more people move in, the zoning WILL change. Zoning in WA. follows usage, so when more than half of the lots in a specified area are used as residence, the zoning will change to residential only. Times change–rules change.

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