14 Signs You Live In A Travel Park



This is the primary mode of transportation where you live.


Your laundry room likely looks something like this and you’ve become OBSESSED with collecting quarters.


This is how you find out what there is to do around you.


You’ve traded in an annoying, overpriced HOA for neighborhood movie nights, potlucks and pancakes.


Rent includes a picnic table and a hook-up.


You don’t have to go back in time to the 1960s to see this everywhere.


This is considered a step up “home addition.”


It isn’t odd for the boss to also be your neighbor.


What to the modern world would be considered completely outdated and tacky, is now the acceptable norm.


“Keeping up with the Jones” consists of who has the most slide outs. 


RV rigs and yard welcome signs come completed with exact replica paintings of the RV….as if people can’t clearly see what it looks like otherwise.


This is just as much of a life necessity as bread, water and air.


How to hide this is an unsolved mystery.


It isn’t considered odd to wash your kid’s hair in your back yard.

Feel free to leave some of your own “Signs you live in a travel park” in the comments section below!   🙂

Own less, live fully, travel light.

About Rachel Rowell

A true southern gal at heart, Rachel was raised and lives in the deep south and spends her days raising her own babies, writing, making music, reading out on the front porch, and cooking supper for her family to sit around the table and enjoy together at nights! Her ultimate girlhood dream was to raise a family in a house just like "Anne of Green Gables" and now she is living her dream and inspiring others along the way.

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2 Responses to 14 Signs You Live In A Travel Park

  1. Nicky December 12, 2013 at 6:52 am #

    Thank you for your blog.I’m really enjoying it. We just sold our house and will be soon heading out. There are some logistics I’m having trouble finding info on. Would love to see you blog on: what state for homeschooling? Or why you chose your residency. Mail services – how they are working if you use them. Clubs. There’s one for fulltime families that I’m thinking about joining. But if your part of one, is it worth it? Personal space. Mom and dad time. Developing new “safe” relationships in the parks. I’m excited about our next season in life. Getting rid of our stuff was really hard. But once I strted letting go, I couldn’t get it out the door quick enough. (Still have too much!)

  2. Bj January 5, 2014 at 11:05 pm #

    We’ve recently began our 20th year of full time RVing and can’t imagine living in a house that doesn’t move! Although we didn’t start until after our children were grown we did travel extensively with our grandson. I will enjoy following you! (A washer and dryer are a priority for us — hated those laundry rooms!!!)

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