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Old 03-25-2013, 11:40 AM   #1
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How important are size restrictions when searching for a public campground?

From the Open Road RV.Net Blog --

By Bob DifleyWhen you were scouring the campground directories for campsites–especially those in National Parks, Monuments, and Forests–to spend a few days or for one-nighters when traveling and you see restrictions on maximum size allowed, such as “Maximum size 27 feet” did you cross it off your list of potential camping locations? If so, you [...]


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Old 03-25-2013, 12:36 PM   #2
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I like the quote from the article "Those who write the rules do not want to officially include longer lengths when maybe only three or four campsites will fit longer lengths, and if those are taken but smaller ones remain open, they may get in a tangle with RVers with a longer rig urging them to move someone with a shorter rig out of the larger site and into a smaller site. "

Dang right I'd be "in a tangle" if I owned the smaller rig. Smaller rigs pay the same amount of money, so why should they be forced to give up a nice spot so someone with a huge rig can take it over?

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I agree Allamuchy - however excluding the bigger rigs on this chance is an equal discrimination. Of course managing it makes it move onerous on manager of the park. Challenging quandary...
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