Has anybody thought about investing in a campground for a BOL? What pros or cons are there? Could this group invest in a couple located in various parts of North America? :scratch
Good idea to think outside of the box. I don't think most people would go to a campground to loot. As well, anybody there would most likely be on the same page. Up here, most areas have a water supply that is hand pumped from a source of water right near by. Food, there'd be plenty of room to bring the animals!Has anybody thought about investing in a campground for a BOL? What pros or cons are there? Could this group invest in a couple located in various parts of North America? :scratch
Yeah, part of me loves the campground idea, but the other part of me would be concerned about vulnerability/target issues. Seems even in the middle of nowhere people find campgrounds.I know here campsites are targeted by thieves (even in the middle of nowhere) and tweakers. They steal cars and valuables and rob people at gunpoint. We've had a huge problem in Washington with drug addicts and campsites. Some of them are even stripping the wiring off of rural road lights and removing catalytic converters. Since the economic downtown, this type of activity has increased probably threefold.
Interesting, I have noticed lots of small quarried areas from building highway over passes and railroad bridges. Some are now over grown and full of water, they could be stocked with fish for a food source, probably its own ecosystem. Some of these small quarry lakes do have little cabins and trailers around them. I am sure there are some on obscure back roads. I like the idea of cleared and open too.We have a campground here in west TN..I really dont know how that would work out..the best thing about ours is it has an excellent feild of fire from the log house which sets upon a hill..its for sale now...I was thinking a deserted gravel bed would be a place to bug to..one road in and out..no cover for attackers