I highly recommend keeping a suite of dogbone adapters around. This from Amazon does the job well.
I try to keep in my rig two 30Rs (for the generator), one 20 to 30A, and one 50 to 30A. That way, power isn't an issue, although I'd be very leery of trying to start an AC on a 20A connection. I also keep an extension cord just in case.
I would bet that they have 30 as well. Their ad is just letting us know that the sites will accomodate up to the 50 amp vehicles.
Sounds like the right answer or should be. Cant imagine campgrounds having only 50 amps unless they only want the very "Elite".
I was born in Great Falls, Mt. My parents moved when I was 5. I found them when I was 10 - they were in California.
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Butler, PA, USA
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The Boy Scouts Motto applies here:
Yes you will find parks with 50A and no 30A, I have seen some that were 50A only as well…
You should carry all of the adapters, and a extension cord…
Love my mass produced, entry level, built by Lazy American Workers, Hornet
Orange County, New York
I bought a 50amp to 30amp dogbone off ebay last year for less than $25.00. Well worth it.
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