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Old 04-16-2014, 06:39 AM   #1
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What are most regulations in campgrounds for other homes and trailers?

Since I'd like separate areas for my kids I was thinking of a toter home and a trailer but I read a lot of campgrounds only allow one unit.

Would that disqualify my idea?

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State and federal parks commonly allow two camping units (max) on one site.

When in doubt, call the park.

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Guessing you meant "toter?" I doubt if most campgrounds would care.
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Most campgrounds I've been to, both private & public, allow only 2 vehicles (coach+toad, truck+RV, tent+car...etc) per site although many will allow a kid's tent in addition to an RV. I've been to state parks & seen multiple tents/vehicles on a site, even though the CG rules say limit 2. Guess sometimes they look the other way.

When in doubt, call the CG for confirmation.

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Call the campground and ask.
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I would agree, call the CG and ask. We are now empty nesters but when the kids where with us we had a big tent as well as the trailer. Most CG would not allow it. We got lucky with some in Florida etc that had no problem with it. A lot of them will only allow one camping unit. And then of course a vehicle.
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Our trip this summer will include 2 of our grandchildren and their parents. It will be tight for 2 weeks, but I'm still looking forward to the trip. Since we want to put a tent in our site on many nights, I checked with the campgrounds in the areas and made my reservations according to our requirements. The majority of our stays will be at KOA's as they are family friendly, tent friendly, and many have activities for the kids. Just call the campgrounds in the areas you wish to visit, and I'm sure you will find places to accommodate your crowd.
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Most CG will let you have at the minimum "One Camping Unit" (Motor home, Trailer, Tent) and one other Automobile (Like a van with partial conversion so the kids can sleep in it). use the van to tow the trailer (TT not 5er) or tow it with a motor home.

Some will allow you to have TWO camper units.

And some will let you have two cars. (Class the MH as one and tow a trailer with it)

I have seen matching Motor Home and TT in a few parks.. I have photo of such too.

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