Hey congrats on getting your Hilo up and running, I am in a similar position.
Decided to park mine for the season at a great spot. Turns out the place has a 10 year old rule. They won't allow any campers older than 10 years on, however once there the camper can stay as long as you do,, they won't allow you to sell to someone else. When you go the camper goes with you.
Anyway a guy that works at the place came by dropped off a picnic table, commented. Hilo's were nice campers and my smaller one was all anybody really needs, it has everything. I agreed. He asked what year it was? I said 85, he looked stunned and said wow, "you did well" that's when he told me about the 10 year rule. I got lucky I guess.
1985 Funmaker 19R
2004 Chevy Avalanche. Z66