Re: Full timing in an urban environment?
We aren't in our bus. We full-time in a vintage Class C (for now). We are staying in a mobile home park that has monthly RV sites along with older travel trailers, motor homes and mobile homes. The folks who live here are either retired or working. Even with having to pay for our own cable/internet, it's still quite a bit cheaper than the place we were staying in in Fulton. And we were allowed to work (circular saw, drilling, painting) on the hot dog cart on our site. The last place wouldn't even let us keep the cart on our site. I'm not sure how many places in Corpus Christi will take a skoolie (we're pretty sure this one will take us when we bring the BlueBird down here). I'm pretty sure that we could not have gotten a school bus into any of the campgrounds in the Rockport/Fulton TX area. Rockport/Fulton is a "winter Texan" destination area. We were also up against age restrictions... David just barely qualifies for the 55+ limit but our 23 yo daughter who is with us, caused problems at a few places. But I do believe it is possible. I had never really considered a mobile home park. Mostly because David always wants a bathhouse. After parking in a NM campground with a closed bathhouse for 3 months, he finally got used to using our tiny bathroom. This has opened up a lot of potential places to stay (it also means he wants a decent bathroom with a separate shower in the bus). You may want to try every mobile home park in your area. Just because it's got some older, shabby trailers in it, doesn't mean it's bad. Mobile homes run down fast.