Not in Delaware, OH. A zoning ordinance that is in its final stages would prohibit using an RV parked on your property as living space - meaning sleeping in it - for more than 14 days in 365. Sometimes an RV can come in handy as a spare bedroom for guests. As long as your neighbors aren't keeping track in Delaware, OH, you could do so. If a neighbor files a complaint, you will be out of luck.
I always wonder in these cases what triggered the town to add this amendment to the law. Was someone living in an RV on their neighbor's property so they complained? I could see how it could get out of hand if you had a family using your RV for their dwelling, but how often does that happen? This wasn't the result of the derecho storm that struck OH and other places back East since they have been working on this for some time.
More communities seem bound and determined to keep RVers out of their RVs unless they are in a park. Is it jealousy- RVers beating the system? the Nanny State, as some would put it? What do you think? Jaimie Hall Bruzenak