Thu Aug 16, 2018
Author: RV News Staff
Penny Banks and her dogs have been living the RV life for several months. She's been parked at the Rivers Edge RV Park in Sparks, Nevada, reports News 4 and Fox 11. Alicia Siever, the park manager, said people pay $425 a month for a spot and they've been full for about three years.
"We get a lot of variety of people," Siever says. "We have families who can't simply afford the rent prices, looking to downsize. We have retirees. We have those traveling for work."
She said they see a lot of Tesla workers as well as transient workers like plumbers and electricians.
These are not your grandma's Rv park from the 1970s. Most of the parks in town have stores, pools and other amenities. Many residents say they're in love with the cheaper, simpler more convenient way to live. And If they don't like where they're living or who they're living next to--they can easily move.
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