RV Roadmance A Home Away From Home

Dated: 04/17/2018

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Many people have considered the idea of owning an RV...and why not? Owning an RV can have so many benefits, one of them is being able to travel any road to any place. Besides mobility, RVs are a home away from home and pretty inexpensive (in some aspects). 

There are many types of RVs. They can be anywhere from 15 ft to 40 ft in length.  The smallest RVs can be as small as 10 ft in length, once the sides are collapsed. On the other hand, the largest RVs can weight up to 30,000 pounds. These include kitchen, bathroom, dining area, and a bathroom. They are equipped with electricity, heating, AC, propane gas, and water. You might be asking now "What do I do with such a big RV?"

There are several options. Some people rent a storage. Others park their RVs in their front or back yard, and a few dream big. Did you know that there are Gated RV Communities with Residential Homes and RV Pads? Somewhere in Polk City, Florida, is a beautiful gated community. These are homes away from home, unless traveling isn't an option anymore and it has become a permanent one.  Here, you can buy a lot to  build, purchase an RV port house, RV pad with Gazebo, or an  RV pad with casita. It is an upscale RV community where property starts in the $80's and can be more then half a million dollars. It is an adult community that offers two clubhouses, swimming pools, a fitness room, boat ramp, movie theater, tennis courts, library, gated storage, and activities a year around. It is more than just a home away from yours. Are you ready for that lifestyle? Image title

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