Building rv storage pad - best material?

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by Sue Hogg, Sep 28, 2003.

  1. Sue Hogg

    Sue Hogg New Member

    We have a 29 foot Class C Jayco and want to build a storage pad for it
    in our back yard. What should we use for the pad? We live in Texas so the climate is moderate.
     
  2. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    Building rv storage pad - best material?

    Hi Sue and welcome to the forum. My first choice would be concrete, then asphalt, gravel. I assume you are talking of just a pad and no shed or building.
     
  3. Butch

    Butch New Member

    Building rv storage pad - best material?

    Agree with Chelse,

    Here in Alaska I have a 30' X 45' concrete pad. In the RGV, we have one much larger...
     
  4. ARCHER

    ARCHER Senior Member

    Building rv storage pad - best material?

    Sue,
    Welcome to the forum.
    I laid out a gravel pad for my Class A in the back yard directly behind my driveway. I used 4X6 post for the outer edge held in place with steel rebars through drilled holes. The yard was reasonably level so did not have to worry about leveling. Next I pulled up the grass, laid out black plastic and had gravel hauled in (mid size). It has not settled much since I put the plastic down to keep the moisture from soaking in and the grass/weeds from growing out. I put my MH tires up on treated boards off the gravel.
    It costs me very little to do it this way.
    Good luck ;) ;) :)
     

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