We are seriously considering the Voltage 3990. I do seasonal work and we travel all over the country. I am just curious if finding spots for the 44' trailer is much of an issue? We are usually staying in metro area rv parks.
I suppose you will get different answers on this one. I have a 3905 and at 42' long I find I have locked myself out of allot of the places I used to go. I have also found several RV parks that can not accommodate long rigs. There are still numerous places I can go and I am always looking for new spots.
If I had it to do over again, well I would go a different route.
2013 Voltage 3905
2013 F350 4x4 DRW
2013 RZR XP 900
Our unit is 39 feet long and although I would like it to be shorter we love the floorplan. So far we have always been able to find a spot, but I do know that the longer lengths will restrict you. The best thing is to call ahead as early as possible to get a reservation (esp during busy times).
2013 Denali 330RLS, Fifth Airborne King Pin Box, Equa Flex, JT Strongarms
2011 Ford 250 6.7L dsl
Most newer parks can take units that long. There was a local National Park site I just fit in at 33' with my Teton. Don't any more with my Voltage. Most KOa's will take units of the size you are looking at.
2002 42' Monaco Signature Triple Crown tow 2014 F-150
2014 Voltage V3605 Sold 5/3/17
2012 F-350 6.7l CC 4X4, Sold 10/10/17
Mine is 41' and I have to really check out the RV parks we stay at to make sure we have enough length. So far no issue with the parks we've stayed at.
I was planning a San Diego trip for June and found the park spaces on Mission Bay were only 40' long. Did a Google map check and saw the spaces really were short. Found a camp in Chula Vista with 55' spaces and made the reservation there. You just gotta do your homework with these long rigs.
2014 Voltage 3600
2013 Chevy 3500 CC DRW
2011 Harley Ultra Limited 2016 RZR 900