Thanks for the heads up. Basically you have reinforced what I was thinking. They have had the unit since Monday and have not gotten to it yet. Not a good sign, but I will call them again tomorrow. Will post an update soon.
We purchased our Keystone Passport 238ml a few months ago and just took it out on our third trip. While out for dinner the back corner where the hot water heater is at had a major leak that saturated half of the sub floor and part of the primary floor near the dinette. We were connected to city water with a pressure regulator. After the leak I checked and there definitely was not enough water pressure to cause an issue.
We dropped it off at the dealership where we purchased it and waiting to hear back from them. I am concerned about permanent damage to the floor structure and looking for feedback from anyone with experience in this area. Also as far as warranty what to expect?
We are heading to Charlotte, NC for our anniversary this fall. We have been a ton for day trips for football games, but never to camp.
There seems to be limited options so campground suggestions would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
After staying at Myrtle Beach State park the last couple of years I will say there are trade offs. The first is Pirateland is bigger with many more people, but you also get more amenities. Honestly I would prefer a 10pm start for quite time, but for a large park we had a good time.
I had a corn hole set and bikes out all weekend and nothing was bothered. I do try to park my truck sideways in front of my camp sites because I like having a little more privacy at a large park.
Just spent three nights at Pirateland in Myrtle Beach SC. It is a nice park with a pool, kid pool, lazy river, store, rec room,indoor pool, and a grill. We have two small children so the combination on the pools and the beach were perfect. Although we were camping in our travel trailer and they have sewer connections I did check out the bath house. It was mid grade on cleanness, but if you do not need access it does not matter.
Location is convenient and there are multiple RV dealers and repair centers including a camping world near by. Easy access to Myrtle Beach attractions including the local minor league park only 15 minutes from park. Excellent location.
Spacious sites, but you will need to decide if you want ocean front, pond front, or shaded. This is the third campground at Myrtle Beach that we have stayed at and it is our favorite so far.