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Old 07-24-2013, 07:35 PM   #15
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We are fully hooked up here in February including 50 amp:

And here in March:

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Old 07-24-2013, 08:25 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Tpratt View Post
Apparently they needed regulation approval for how much to charge based on nearby campgrounds & what they charge (right).
That's correct. Federal government facilities can't "compete" with private industry, so there's a process by which they figure out the equivalency so that a local operator won't be harmed.

Don't know how that might apply to death valley since the closest private campgrounds are a looooog way away, but maybe they don't want the federal campgrounds to compete with their own concessionaire across the street, or the hotel for that matter.

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Old 07-28-2013, 12:22 PM   #17
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We are fully hooked up here in February including 50 amp:

And here in March:

You have full hookups because you were staying at the Ranch in the area were the employees live. They offer a few sites to RV'ers. I believe to book one of these sites you go through hotel reservation desk.
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We were there in February and they had electric at the campground but unable to use it until the Federal authority can decide how much to charge per night. ??? We stayed at the motel there. They have a large campground that has cabins and several full time sights. They have 6 sights with full hook-ups for nightly rentals. We were able to stay there 2 nights.

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