As long as your city or town doesn't have any rules against parking the travel trailer in your own driveway then you can park the travel trailer in your driveway.
I used to live in a town that would prohibit the parking of a travel trailer in your driveway and would fine you for parking the travel trailer in your driveway.
That is especially true if you live in an HOA area as living in an HOA area would not allow you to park a travel trailer or other trailer in your driveway.
I would check with your local laws as to whether you can legally park a travel trailer in your driveway or not as some places have rules against it and others don't care if you park your travel trailer in your driveway.
Where I live now 2 neighbors have travel trailers in their driveways and it's not against the ordinances here to do that.
But in the other place it was.
Your city or town might have a website that lists the ordinances or just ask the mayor or someone on the council at city hall if you can park your travel trailer in your driveway or not.
If you can't park the travel trailer in your driveway then you might need to rent RV storage or buy another small piece of land to leave the travel trailer on the land for storage when you're not using it.