I stayed at John Pennekamp early this year in the keys. The site was supposed to be for 30 feet and under but I had PLENTY of room. Could easily have fit a much larger rig and my 32 foot fiver fit without issue.
I was looking at grand canyon trailer village but the sites available are 28 and under, I am 4 feet too long Has anyone been here? How accurate is that 28 feet? Do I have 4 extra feet to squeeze in?
Whether you can squeeze in or not doesn't ALWAYS make any difference. I was kicked out of a NPS campground at Mr Rainier after touring the campground and locating a site that was WAY larger than needed for my 55 foot length. When I went to pay for the site I was told I had to leave because "it is not possible to get a trailer that large into our campground" For what it is worth, it was just as EASY to get out as it had been to get in.
The web site for the village shows it can accommodate vehicles up to 50 feet. May just need to choose a different site or give them a call.
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I have not stayed there yet. I looked at reservations for this summer and could not do so at Mather they told me that is why they built Trailer village. You should not have a problem. As long as they have openings you will be fine.
You do sometimes wonder why they set the leangth limits where they did?
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