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Parking at OLCC West Golf Villas

jeffcarp

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I have a unit at OLCC West, in the Golf Villas. We have never been there. I have a question on the parking at these villas. If someone is down there, can you tell me how long the parking space is at the units? I have a 22' RV that normally fits (tightly) in a typical Walmart-type parking spot. But, I am looking at pulling a 10' cargo trailer behind it. Is there any way to park this there?

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borntotravel

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I don't think so, they are just short driveways. Actually, I'd call OLCC to make sure you will be able to bring an RV onto the resort. My thinking is the answer would be NO.
 

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It isn't really an RV from the outside. It looks more like a van on steroids from the outside. See www.roadtrek.com

OLCC indicates that they have limited RV parking available, but I don't need RV parking for the Roadtrek. If a large Yukon or Navigator will fit, typically the RoadTrek will fit also.

The key is whether there is a place to put the trailer.

I don't think so, they are just short driveways. Actually, I'd call OLCC to make sure you will be able to bring an RV onto the resort. My thinking is the answer would be NO.
 

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I wouldn't consider that an RV either, and it will fit. I thought you were talking about one of the small Winnebagos or something. We have always stayed in the East or North Village, so I don't remember if the driveways are wide enough to park them side by side. If they have limited RV parking, I would call them and ask them where you would be able to park it in the resort. Although I would make sure that you get a lock for the hitch.
 

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As others noted, the driveways really weren't designed for RV's. I believe there is parking available for RV parking in the North Village near the laundry facilities but I would call to be sure.
 

renee

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I have an 18' Excursion, without the hitch. It was a tight fit for me to park in front of my golf villa. I had to pull all the way up, where passengers had to walk around the back of the truck to get around and I was right to the edge of the driveway.
Some of the other driveways did look like they were longer though.
 
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