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Posted: 11/23/21 02:19pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If I owned an RV park I would let any year rig in.

It seems like the seniors are always complaining and causing problems so I would limit my campground to the 65 and under crowd. That way I could keep out all of those senior complainer Darrin's and Karen's. You know how they are!

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Never been asked , but if I were to be asked that my rv is to old , i’d tell them to stick it where the sun don’t shine.
I’d take my business elsewhere.


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Our 2003 TT passed the 10 year old mark awhile ago. We've never been asked its age. We've never been asked for its "registration" - meaning the actual paperwork that shows its year. We get asked for its license plate number all the time.

Has anyone ever posted in these forums that they've been turned away after arriving at a campground due to the age of their camper? I know people post about the rules, and people post about someone they heard about getting refused, but I don't remember anyone here with personal experience about it.

I wash my camper once every few years (lol! I do keep it halfway decent looking) and don't worry about it.


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Whadda ya mean, I'm too old? There're plenty of miles in me yet!

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All it needs is the AC hanging out that back window.


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DH and I have a 2006 Class A - we keep it in very presentable condition - would NEVER claim it wasn't over 10 years old - can tell simply by its design! Don't think a Georgie Boy Pursuit has been produced since maybe 2008? Anyway. Most of the CGs we have come across with a "10 year" rule have been priced beyond our willingness to pay! We like the "bells and whistles" of a "Resort", but can easily do without. No point or reason to argue - we just go somewhere else! Love state parks when a site is available, but also very willing to use a privately owned park. One thing we have learned inover 45 years of RVing - flexibility is the key!


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