We used to live in a snooty neighborhood with an HOA. No campers, above ground pools, storage sheds or boats allowed. If you had an in-ground pool, it had to have a fence that wouldn't block the view of the golf course. Oddly enough, they didn't prohibit the messy-looking kids toys and playsets that cluttered up people's backyards and made them an eyesore. Funny how that works. We had to keep our camper at a storage facility about 10 minutes down the road. It was such a hassle to have to go get it, bring it to the house, try to maneuver it into the tiny driveway, load it, then go camping only to have to bring it back home, unload it, and then take it back again. Ugh. Or, we sometimes dropped it off after camping and transferred all of the stuff not staying in the camper to the truck, and drag it all back home. Double ugh.
When we moved, we specifically looked only at homes in a rural setting, with acreage, and no covenants. We ended up in a home with a 75 foot long driveway that we can keep our TT on. We keep it parked in front of the third garage bay. It's so great to have it right outside; we can load it at our leisure, do little projects on it, or clean it whenever we have free time. In the winter we keep it in a really nice heated machine shed on a farmer's property not far away, just because we like to have it protected in the winter.
I refuse to ever live in a home with an HOA again. No one will tell me what I can't or cannot do to my own house or on my own property....unless they plan to pay my mortgage.