Parking Nearby

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  1. chrysdrew

    chrysdrew Part of THAT World

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    Hello fellow campers,
    We often stay at the Firt with our Class A. We now have family living nearby and plan to visit even more frequently. To save money and optimize our visiting time, we will be staying in the condo with family on some of our trips. Our problem is that the condo association rules will not allow us to park the RV at the condo.
    Does anyone know of a place to park? We have tried a few of the storage places, but they have been filled at the times we needed them. At Thanksgiving we paid for a lot at Mouse Mountain. But it seemed silly and costly since we didn't stay there.
    We definitely want to drive the RV down from Maryland.
    Thanks!
     
  2. team bradfield

    team bradfield happy campers

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    Maybe try a local campground and rent a primitive site, they may have modest weekly rate as you wont be using any utilities, any place with security will cost you something. it would be worth the peace of mind that its secure
     
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  4. Corgidad

    Corgidad Mouseketeer

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    Check out Bill Frederick Park, its about 20 minutes from FW. They don't have many hook up sites but do have a lot where people can boondock or just park a rig. I think the price is $16.00 per night for that lot and the campsites are $22.00 per night.
     
  5. chrysdrew

    chrysdrew Part of THAT World

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    Thank you
     
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  6. chrysdrew

    chrysdrew Part of THAT World

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    Thank you!
     
  7. SteveH

    SteveH Earning my Mai Tai

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    Though not Disney related on an RV forum I'm part of somebody was talking about paying to park his Motorhome in an overflow lot at an RV park when he went to Alaska. He didn't need water or power, just security or his RV and they were able to accommodate him at a much lower price vs occupying a full site. Never hurts to call or email.
     

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