There is a phenomenon in Pennsylvania: Gnome Homes and Gnome Gardens.
Most RV parks in Pennsylvania are closed for the winter, November through April. May through October is known as “the season”. Much like the RVing snowbirds who flock to the southern states for the winter, northeast locals flock to a nearby RV park for the season. The difference between them and the winter snowbirds is that most of them have a stick-and-brick within several hours’ drive. Many only come out to their RV on the weekends during the season.
They keep their RV in one of the few RV parks over the winter, often paying the monthly rate but never going to visit it. The RV is often covered and shuttered for the winter.
But come mid-April or May, everyone flocks to their RV for the season. They unwrap the RVs, gazebos go up, TVs come outside, fountains go one, flowers are planted, and gnomes invade the park.But, wait! There's more...