Originally Posted by musigenesis
I was under the impression many campgrounds do not accept skoolies period. ...
I can offer some anecdotal information that might or might not be useful about this. A few years ago I spent a year living in and driving an RV to events as part of a corporate promotion thing. It was a 43ft class A with a very bright full vinyl wrap and definitely did not fit the image of most of the RV parks I stayed at (I think it was something like 120 different parks that year). It was also sort of a weird setup where the vehicle was an RV but it was in no way being operated for recreational purposes. Many of the parks explicitly stated a "no commercial vehicles" policy, which my clearly was. For the first few parks I called ahead to describe my vehicle and was promptly turned away. I quickly adapted to just calling to reserve a spot giving the length and if required the height/make/model. I always figured that worst case scenario they could always refuse me when I arrived, and then I'd deal with that if it happened. Once I got to the park I'd be quiet and respectful and never once did I have a problem. There was one time a park manager came asking some questions and clearly had some reservations, but in the end me let me stay. Another time a park owner asked if I wouldn't mind moving to a spot less visible from the access road. I also regularly used age-restricted RV parks (like 55-and-up only) (I was in my early 30s), and similarly never had an issue.
Of course YMMV, but in my opinion I think those RV park rules are generally there so they preemptively have grounds to do something if there's a perceived problem. If your rig looks classy and quality-built (to the park manager's standards, which might not match your/my standards), unless they are already 100% full, I can't imagine that most parks would have a problem accommodating a skoolie based solely on the original title type. Dognose, still-yellow, school bus windows, etc. might have a harder time than a repainted flatnose bus with a few RV-type windows in place of the originals.