RV STORAGE LOT
RV Storage Lot Guidelines
Any Resident utilizing the RV Storage Lot understands and agrees to abide by the
1. Residents with Recreational Vehicles will be assigned one lot as available. If after
all residents requesting lots have been assigned a lot, the Association may, at its
discretion, assign additional lots to a resident.
2. The RV Storage Lot size will be determined by the size of the Recreational
3. A copy of proof of ownership, by the resident, of the Recreational Vehicle must be
provided at or before the time of lot assignment.
4. Separate cars, trucks, commercial vehicles, commercial equipment and household
goods are prohibited. Pickup trucks with slide-in pickup campers attached will be
allowed, if the camper is secured to the bed of the pickup in such a manner as will
allow normal transportation of the combined vehicle.
5. Maintenance of any stored Recreational Vehicle is prohibited in the RV Storage
Lot, with the exception of tire repair necessary to transport the Recreational
Vehicle out of the RV Storage Lot.
6. The Association will charge a fee for the use of the lot. This fee will be used to
maintain the roadways, property, and non-assigned lots in the RV Lot Storage Lot.
These fees will be reviewed periodically by the Board of Directors to determine the
amount of fees required for such maintenance. The amount of the usage fee will
be prorated at the time of lot assignment and due immediately at the time of such
assignment. The renewal of the usage fee will be billed to the assignee on an
annual basis, with a due date of May 1 of each year.
7. The Resident shall maintain the assigned lot himself. If the Resident fails to
maintain his/her lot to acceptable standards, the Association will, after one written
notice to the Resident sent regular mail to the address on record at the
Association, have the lot restored to an acceptable standard. The Association will
bill the Resident an amount to cover all costs incurred.
8. A hardship variance to these guidelines may be granted by the Board of Directors
when unique circumstances dictate. To receive a hardship variance, the Resident
must submit the request for variance in writing to the Board of Directors.
9. Failure to abide by any of these guidelines may result in the Resident losing RV
Storage Lot privileges.
10. In case of a dispute, the Board of Directors will be the final authority on what
constitutes a Recreational Vehicle and the interpretation of any of these guidelines.
11. The inclusion of these guidelines shall not change the requirements of any other
existing rules, regulations and guidelines in the Master Deed, Condominium
Bylaws or Owners’ Association Bylaws.
Approved by Board of Directors 3/18/06
Revised and Approved by Board of Directors 2/27/07
If you are using something to prop up the tongue of a trailer to keep it level or to block the tires to prevent it from rolling, it is important to move the item to your marker pole when your trailer or RV is removed from your lot so that the lawn crew does not hit it and destroy their mowers.
Remember the lawn crew will only mow the RV lot and will not weed whip close to your RV’s, so if you want it better maintained you must do it yourself or hire someone. There is a mower available to the resident but please be considerate and replace gas in the mower after use. Thank you.
ANY VEHICLE STORED IN THE LOT THAT IS NOT A RECREATIONAL VEHICLE OR DOES NOT HAVE A LOT STICKER WILL BE TOWED IMMEDIATELY, WITHOUT NOTICE AT THE OWNERS EXPENSE
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING ANY OF THE RV LOT POLICIES OR GUIDELINES, PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE AT 989-739-4915
We are in need of a few volunteers to help re-set marker poles that were knocked down over the winter in the RV Lot. It only takes a couple of hours per month. Please call 989-739-4915 if you would like to help out!