crrroger sez:<<<.....found a place I like and bought a lot set up for the RV. Arizona is full of this type of opportunity as I am sure Texas and Florida are. This arrangement seems to be the most cost effective way to get full benefit of the investment in the RV and also not have too much money invested in the winter "digs"....>>>The approach you have taken is similar to what I have been thinking about.The lot rental rates in FL are increasing fairly fast. I don't know if this is average but one park, for the over 55'ers, rents lots for around 250/month and probably does not accept RV's. Seems high. Is it corect that your plan allows you to pull out for the summer and not have to pay for a lot? What have you experienced around AZ?What do you look for in a park?Thanks,H.