Originally Posted by conceptumator
We keep ours stored in our driveway, slides in, leveled (as close as we can get on the sloped drive - pretty close) and plugged in, AC on and fridge running. Sure it runs up the power bill a bit but it sure is nice not to have to worry about cleaning out the fridge and cooling down the interior every time. Plus, with the Florida weather, I just like to keep it conditioned instead of humidity and heat building up inside of it constantly. Simply my preference on most of this, but I would say to keep the slides in while stored.
We do pretty much the same slides in, but it is parked under a cover on the side of my shop building.
We do turn the refrigerator off and empty it out when we get home so it is only a light dusting next time we go camping inside. Yesterday I turned it on at 7AM, temp inside was 85 Freezer and Reefer. Checked it at 5PM, temps were 5 in Freezer and 34 in reefer. We only put cooled items into the reefer and freezer so as not to cause the entire thing to warm up again.
The A/C we set at 90 and leave it run to keep the humidity down inside. This keeps the mold and mildew out.