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Reserve Your Camping Spot

Make your campground reservations as far in advance of your trip as possible. Get all details at the time you are making the reservation.

Minimally, you’ll want to ask about:

§ What is the check-in time?

§ What is the check-out time?

§ Does this campground have quiet hours? If so, what are the times?

§ What is the availability and location of water, power and dump facilities? Does your campsite have full hookups or will you need to move your RV to a fill/dump station?

§ Are generators allowed?

§ Are there vehicle dimension limits?

§ Where are the trash receptacles?

§ Where are the campground bathroom/shower facilities?

§ Are pets allowed?

§ Are supplies available nearby? (food/drinks, gasoline/diesel fuel, firewood etc.)

§ Is there a campground map?

§ Are printable campground rules available?

§ Are there any area or road closures due to weather, wildlife, hazards etc?

§ Any other question you have regarding your RV camping trip.

Keep a copy of your campground reservation and any related documentation inside your vehicle.

Some campgrounds and RV parks are booked months or even years in advance so reserve your campsite before you travel.

Depending on the size of your RV, you may be limited to specific spots at some destinations.

Sources: https://www.campingforfoodies.com/rving-tips-for-beginners-enjoying-the-maiden-journey/



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