If we are going to use ours every weekend or every other weekend we keep it parked at the house, in the grass along side the driveway backed up to the garage. I mounted a box with 30amp outlet on the side of the garage and its only about 10ft from the camper to the plug. Its great having the camper at the house since we can load things as we want taking our time, usually doing a little bit every night after work.
When the camper is not at the house we have it parked under the lean-to on my dads shop, which is only about 3/4 mile from our house. There are numerous 20 amp outlet under the lean-to and I just plug into on of them to keep the battery up. Also at dads shop he had a "private dump station" installed and tied in the septic system when he built everything so that we can just pull in there and dump the waste on our way home,so there is no waiting in the lines at the campgrounds.
In a year or so we are going to put an addition on our house and add another 2 or 3 garage stalls, when we do that I am going to have a slab (concrete) poured along side the garage to park the camper on when at the house.
Concrete is a much better product that asphalt and will last ALOT longer, plus concrete is maintenance free unlike asphalt which needs to be seal coated every 2-3 years. When my dad had the driveway put in at his shop concrete was actually about $2000 cheaper, but that was also on a $30,000+ job the driveway.
Around here concrete contractors are charging $2.25-2.50 sqft for exterior jobs installed with a broomed finish.
TT-2013 Passport 3220BH
TV-2004 F150 FX4, not exactly stock...
with 2001 Kodiak K215: 2010-10, 2011-12
with 2012 Grey Wolf 26BH: 2012-19, 2013-24, 2014-11, 2015-6
with 2013 Passport: 2015-13, 2016-15 booked