Thinking of building a 16x20' "deck"
Have some seasonal questions, this seems the be the most active thread on this forum. We've been "semi-seasonal" at a campground in Maryland for the last couple summers, paying monthly rate in their transient sites, waiting for a permanent site to open, which finally happened this year.
Thinking of building a 16x20' "deck" for the site. I put the word in quotes, as it will be ground level, and I plan to build it in four 8x10' sections of so it can be easily moved in the future.
I plan on lag bolting each section together and screwing down the planks above so I can gain access later in case I need to disassemble. I plan on laying down some 10x6 planks under the edges of each section so I can slide the entire unit away from the camper in case we want to hit the road. We keep a golf cart at the site, so that would be my pulling power when it comes time to slide.
Does that sound like a proper plan for a seasonal site? Maybe this was answered already in this long thread, lots to read through.
Also, with such a "temporary" structure, would I need to do a building permit? Not sure where the line is drawn between deck and wooden pad.
Thanks for the insight, and here comes summer!