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Lake Cushman RV Lot with 5th Wheel and Four Additional Structures


This is a Lake Cushman RV lot that includes a 5th wheel travel trailer in Hoodsport, Washington.

According to the listing on Zillow, the property includes a gazebo, tool shed, wood shed, golf cart shed, a washer/dryer/shower/toilet shed, a covered parking spot for your RV, a fire pit, and your steps away from the driving range, golf course, clubhouse, tennis courts, and basketball courts.

It’s listed for $90,000. Please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thanks!

Secluded Lake Cushman RV Lot with 5th Wheel Travel Trailer Included in the Deal Plus 4 Other Structures!

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The price includes the 5th wheel which is a 2006 Forest River Cardinal 34TS (exterior is 37′). The 5th wheel is super clean! Forced air furnace, central air conditioning, open floor plan with kitchen/dining/living room/office. Step up into your private bedroom that has a King bed! The bedroom has an attached bath with shower, sink and toilet. Tons of storage throughout! Utility closet has washer/dryer hookups. Feels very roomy with 3 tip-outs. Hood Canal Cable high speed internet on site.

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There are 4 buildings on the lot. Building #1 has a washer/dryer, hot water tank, shower, sink and toilet. Building #2 is your wood shed for those cozy evening fires. Building #3 was built to be a golf cart barn or can be used for plenty of extra storage. Building #4 is another large storage shed for tools, etc.

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The lot is extremely private with very little traffic as it is tucked into a quiet cul-de-sac. You feel like you are in your own wooded oasis with a beautiful gazebo too!

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The lot is extremely private with very little traffic as it is tucked into a quiet cul-de-sac. You feel like you are in your own wooded oasis with a beautiful gazebo too!

Ownership at Lake Cushman includes many amenities (2 lakes, kayaking, fishing, clubhouse, golfing, etc). It is a wonderful community year round. The Olympic Mountains are just a short drive for hiking and snowshoeing.

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  • Sheila Plourde November 20, 2018, 3:29 pm

    Real nice! Love the computer table. My tower is over 3 ft tall on wheels. Built her myself. I do love this. Perfect for one person or 2.

  • Karen Blackburn November 21, 2018, 8:06 am

    Why does it need to be kept in a shed? This implies that it must leak, possibly around the edges of all those push outs, because I can’t think of any other reason. In addition it claims to have a master bathroom which the plans show as being between the bedroom and kitchen (what happens if the bathroom is in use when you want to enter/leave the bedroom) so why an outdoor bathroom? I wouldn’t want to go outside in the middle of the night, certainly not if I am paying all that much money to park a travel trailer. Much as I like a ground floor bedroom this layout isn’t very well thought out, plus any travel trailer that necessitates pulling out large chunks whenever you pull over on the road to use the facilities or make a cup of coffee isn’t suitable for me. I like to open the door, climb in and make my coffee before sitting down to drink it in comfort without the need to find helpers to pull out bits first so I can enter the trailer. Very expensive for what it is.

    • James D. November 22, 2018, 1:37 am

      It’s not a shed, it’s a carport… Serves a similar purpose as a garage to protect your vehicle, in this case a RV…

      If you just left it outside then between the atmosphere and the harmful UV rays the RV will eventually show signs of aging… The paint will start to fade. The sun will also make the vinyl or rubber on the outside of your RV break down and crack. Hail and pounding rain can also mar the exterior surface of the RV… Being surrounded by trees means leaves, branches, and other things will fall on it and possibly collect on the roof, snow load during the winter, etc.

      While keeping it out of direct sunlight will, much like a car, help keep the interior materials from being effected and helps keep the interior cool… RV’s typically have little to no insulation after all…

      So, it just makes sense to keep it under cover if you’re going to be leaving it outside…

      As for the bathroom, I think you answered your own question… Outside bathroom gives guest, etc. something to use and that leave the RV bathroom just for whoever lives there…

      While the price includes the land and factors that it’s close to some amenities…

      It’s designated as a RV lot… So you could always replace the 5th wheel with a Tiny House on wheels and it would all be legal…

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