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Old 10-15-2015, 07:48 PM   #1
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Up until now we have just travelled around and stopped wherever we wanted whenever we wanted. We are now looking at going to a RV Park that is what you would call a "snowbird" park because some of our friends will be there. We have never went to such a big park nor stayed in one place for so long. We will only stay 2-3 week unlike our friends who will stay many months.

My question is about the age restrictions that are advertised. I have read info everywhere about the age restrictions on the RV but I am concerned about the restrictions on US! We are 46 and 45 years old and many of these parks have a 55 and up restriction. I am wondering how strict they are? We won't be staying for months, we are more quiet then a lot of people older then us, we do have friends in the park and we won't stay forever. I have heard that these parks have to let some people outside of the age group in but I'm just not sure and I want to know before I try to get in. Would they really send us away or refuse a reservation?
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Most of them won't let you in to stay at all, even overnight with your rig. You can come in to visit during the day or part of the evening.
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It would be a question for the park .... it's certainly worth a phone call telling your story and see if it flies .... what's the worst that can happen ... #justsayin
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In many states it's a law that they have to let a certain percentage into the park even though it's 55+. Call and talk to the owner. Or....shake some talcalm powder in your hair to give it that 'mature' look! Good luck.
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It would be a question for the park .... it's certainly worth a phone call telling your story and see if it flies .... what's the worst that can happen ... #justsayin
Agree with this approach, better to be sure than lose a deposit or be turned away at the last minute
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Here in FL the 55+ must allow 20% under 55 but over 18 reside.
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