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Old 12-01-2015, 06:58 AM   #11
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1 time I was asked for pictures of the RV so they could determine if I was GTG...I told them to pound sand

State and Fed. land they really can't say anything, private on the other hand can be a pain, I wouldn't want to stay in those kind of places on have fun and share picturers
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Old 12-01-2015, 07:05 AM   #12
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If a private park has an FAQ (Frequently asked questions) page, check there; if the ground owners are smart, they'll post what they consider an RV, like the one on Lake George (NY) RV Park's FAQ page-
6. What do you consider an RV?
Our definition of an RV (Recreational Vehicle) is a camping unit designed for road travel that is equipped with factory installed beds and at least two land-to-vehicle service connections (electric, water, or sewer) with electric being one of the two. For example, a travel trailer, fifth wheel, RV motor home, motor coach, custom private bus, folding camper/pop-up, truck (pickup) camper and camper van are considered to be an RV.

A mini-van is not considered a camper van unless it meets the above criteria. In addition, we do not allow boats with cabins and hookups, to be used as RVs. If you do not have an RV as listed above, consider staying in one of our Wilderness Lodging vacation rentals, a smart alternative to Lake George hotels.
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Hey! That's not an RV, that's a school bus.
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Old 12-10-2015, 11:14 PM   #13
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All the state parks here in TX view a skoolie as an RV. At least that's what the head office told me, and I haven't had a problem yet.
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