Some RV parks will have a section of RV sites that they sell through private transactions. Whoever purchases that RV spot will become the legal owner of that piece of property.
Buying a deeded RV lot can be similar to buying an ordinary one. If you buy a deeded RV lot, you’ll likely have to pay monthly or annual dues, taxes, and other fees.
If you’re a full-time RVer, an RV lot can be your home base. You won’t have to worry about booking campgrounds or making reservations.
Owning an RV lot means committing to returning to the same place. If you’re only spending a season there, it may get old after the first few years.