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Old 06-27-2016, 08:59 PM   #15
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What is the etiquette for gen run time? If we are shopping and pets in RV it should not be an issue, but what if we camp overnight? What about extending our slides? We could manage with doing only one side. Thanks

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Old 06-28-2016, 04:50 AM   #16
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As far as I know there isn't any rule regarding genny run time. You just have to use your own judgement. Also, as far as extending slides, we we did not put any out until bedtime. We made do as there was a lot of coming and going. The parking area is not very level and wide.
Two other things I did find out though. There is a huge parking lot across the street that we saw several RV's parked in overnight that is much more level. The lot itself is not marked for RV's or has the long lines but people pulled in across the short lines.
Also, what is not known, that about 1 mile away is the Shaw's grocery store on Route 1. They allow overnight and while it is much better as far as being as crowded, (oh no, it will be now that the cat is out of the bag), the traffic noise can be bothersome. We spent 1 night there. It was fun to people watch. Check in with store management as this is required and be sure to spend some money in there!! They were more than happy to let us stay there! Just saying!!

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