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Posted: 02/21/20 08:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Pull Thru, 50/30 Amps, Full Hookups Big rig friendly pull-thru sites with 2 sewer drops, 50 amp service, picnic table and campfire. Site length from 83' up to 135' allow enough room for your boat, motorcycle and vehicles.

I found this site description at an RV resort in Texas.


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With the COVID virus my wife cancelled all our camping reservations over the summer months. We couldn't travel during those times. So I don't know the specific camp site, but I suspect it was in the Canada area if that helps. All I could think is it was a just a single hook up, i.e. one site. But don't know why they needed to say that. I thought I was the newbie and everyone else would know. Surprised no one else had bumped into this previously, but thanks anyhow ....


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cavie wrote:

Probably means "one camper per site". Most say that in the rules.


You’re very close. I ran into it a few years back. When I asked they said it means a single use per site, not an RV plus a couple of tents, or a group of tents sharing one site.

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