Hooking Up to "Public" Water Spigots?
Here in Iowa, most of our state parks do not have sites with individual water hookups, but there are usually quite a few water spigots placed throughout the campground. I've seen people who happen to be in a site close to one of the "public" spigots hook up to it, using a water splitter valve so the spigot is still available to the public. Just wondering what everyone thinks of this practice, if it is acceptable, etc. Also, if someone has already hooked up, would it be acceptable to add another splitter valve? I suppose at some point a lack of water pressure comes into play if both were trying to take showers at the same time.
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