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Old 08-04-2016, 09:20 AM   #1
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Class A Only RV Parks

In Ruidoso NM, about 2 hours from my home, there is an RV Park/Resort that only accepts Class A motorhomes.

What do you think of that? On the one hand, I think, well, cool, good for them. Maybe if I had a big RV like that, I would like to be among my own kind.

On the other hand, I think, well, I can never go there because I have a Class C. Kind of bums me out.

Do you have any RV resorts like that near you?
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Old 08-04-2016, 09:33 AM   #2
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Yes they are in many places. Also some refuse rigs over 10 years old.

I'm not offended by it and even if I was it's their loss.
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Honestly, I see nothing wrong with it. Except for the fact, there are a whole lot more TT's, pop-ups, 5'ers and class C's out there than there are A's considering the sales of RV's in the US. Which leads me to think it can't be that big of a resort. Empty sites bring 0 money. So I would imagine, to fill the resort must be hard if it's a normal size resort. That's just my thinking. I could be waaaayyyy off base.
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What do you think of that...
It really makes no difference to me what an individually owned park wants to do. It's up to each park what to include or exclude. If they don't want a particular kind of RV there, that's up to them and I could care less. There's plenty of other choices available.

As far as I know there are no parks around here with that limitation.
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I'm absolutely OK with it, keeps the riff-raff factor to a minimum.

There's plenty of places like that your not going to get access to without some credentials, not just RV parks.
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I just looked them up, Ruidoso Motorcoach Ranch. They bill themselves as a "luxury RV resort". That means expensive. No prices on their web site (to be fair though a lot of CGs don't post prices). I'm betting they are far in excess the usual $40-$60 a night at most RV parks. If it's less than $100 a night I'll be surprised.

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I'm absolutely OK with it, keeps the riff-raff factor to a minimum.

There's plenty of places like that your not going to get access to without some credentials, not just RV parks.
Sorry, there is just as much "riff -raff" driving class a's as in tents
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Sorry, there is just as much "riff -raff" driving class a's as in tents
I know, it's a shame. That's why rules and standards are a good thing.
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I'm absolutely OK with it, keeps the riff-raff factor to a minimum.

There's plenty of places like that your not going to get access to without some credentials, not just RV parks.
To your point about rules, what keeps the riff-raff to a minimum is good management, not the type of camping unit people have.
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it's really no different then CG that have no tent sites nor allow tents. I'm ok with it, there are plenty more CG's out there to choose from to go and have a good time.
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