It may be possible to park your RV in your backyard if you want to avoid paying expensive RV parking fees. It is important to check with your local government law before parking your RV in your backyard. Your backyard may need a few changes before you can park your RV there.
Block exterior views of your RV by adding walls
In some cities and HOAs, RV parking is prohibited in areas clearly visible from the street. Your RV may not need walls on all sides if parts of your house block some of the sides. Solid walls can be added to the sides of your RV that can be seen from the outside. These can be made of cement, wood or other types of solid materials. RV height may require taller walls than are available under local laws and HOA rules.
RV parking spot needs a solid parking deck
Solid parking pads help keep an RV stable, as well as prevent oil and other liquids from seeping into the ground when it’s as big and heavy as an RV. Adding the parking pad to your property should be handled by a contractor, just like fencing in on your RV. A parking deck is properly installed by professionals with the experience and tools to ensure it lasts for many years.
Move RVs Hassle Free
You must clear enough space along our driveway before parking your RV in the backyard if you intend to drive an RV within tight spaces.
Add fencing around your RV parking space
Creating a fence around your RV can deter trespassers and wild animals from approaching it. Potential thieves may be attracted to RVs because their walls are weaker and the entrances less secure than a home. The spaces around your RV can be suitable nap areas for neighborhood animals such as dogs, cats, and squirrels. You can protect your RV relatively cheaply and easily by installing a fence around it.
Add Roofs Over Your RV Parking Space
Building a roof for an RV can vary greatly in cost and complexity, as there are many types and sizes of roofs to choose from. It is possible to cover your RV for basic protection with a tent-like structure if you don’t want to spend a lot of money on roofing.