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Old 06-05-2016, 11:40 PM   #21
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In my opinion, if owners or employees of a campground or RV park discriminate against skoolies, they are absolutely not worth "investing in". Some people just do not appreciate hard work, creativity, or upcycling. In addition to factor of an individual's opinion, I think some regions are more critical of skoolie lifestyles than others. . .

Has anyone ever had problems being admitted to the more "developed" national forest service campgrounds? Some offer many services.

One last thing, and I'm not sure how true it is. . .I've heard that many RV parks have a 35' length limit. . . but I'm sure if you get the right person on the right day, I'll bet a 38' rig would be let right in. All in all, I believe it to be a matter of subjectivity. .
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Old 06-06-2016, 07:28 AM   #22
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In my opinion, if owners or employees of a campground or RV park discriminate against skoolies, they are absolutely not worth "investing in". Some people just do not appreciate hard work, creativity, or upcycling. In addition to factor of an individual's opinion, I think some regions are more critical of skoolie lifestyles than others. . .
I think a lot of those owners have seen their fair share of "skoolies" that are really just tailgate rigs/party busses full of riff raff. I think it's a case of a few bad apples.
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Hey, Yall! I'm going to be working as a campsite host in California at Navy Camp Campground in Potter Valley on Lake Pillsbury. In my bus! And they were ok with me bringing the cats and dogs and goat too! So if anyone wants to stay at the campground this summer I can go ahead and tell you: SKOOLIES WELCOME! It has drinking water and pit toilets, but no electricity. I could sure use some good skoolie company this summer!
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