Anyone ever set up your home to be friendly to RV visitors?
We own a Jayco travel trailer and have family and friends who have them too, and are thinking of setting up some amenities in our rural (zoned agricultural) acreage home to make having one travel-trailer toting visitor at at time, feel more at home. For example, an RV power hookup, and maybe even a sewer hookup. For water, temporary RV water hoses from our exterior house water taps is already easily done, but for the sewer and the power parts, I'm wondering if anyone has done this. I'm fairly handy but not a licensed electrician, I think I'd get a licensed electrician in to do the electrical. Anyone done this? How did it go and what did you learn?
Warren Postma, Armstrong BC
2017 JayFlight SLX 264BHW