Originally Posted by rvgrammady
I have a 35' Class A and now a Saturn Wagon toad. I have usually camped in Calif. and at KOA's.
Been on many Blogs people have 5th wheels etc & never say what campground or nati'l park, state park they stay in.
i was looking at NPS and got so frustrated on going to area, park, site etc.
Is there something I'm missing? Is there a simple way to find length restrictions?
Many state and federal (NFS, USFS, COE) parks are in www.reserveamerica.com
and site lengths are usually given.
For my own curiosity I created a spreadsheet
of all the state campgrounds that lists site lengths, what type of hookups are available, and how people rated them in Reviews of RV Parks and Campgrounds - RV Park Reviews
. I'm doing the same for the federal parks.
Anyway, about 1/2 of all state parks have sites 40 feet and greater, and federal parks are looking similar. Keep in mind that state and federal parks can vary significantly state to state. For example, about 18% of California state parks have sites 40 feet and greater while in Louisiana 67% of state sites are 40 feet and greater.