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Old 07-21-2012, 02:24 PM   #1
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Went to reserve a site for during the "snow bird" season. The campground required we send a picture of the motorhome to prove it was in "like new" shape because it was more than 10 years old. Anyone have this happen?

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Old 07-21-2012, 02:29 PM   #2
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I think its to keep the old wrecks out of the parks, especially for the long term. More common in high-end parks, but with the numbers of people losing their homes and moving into RVs, maybe it will be more often in the average RV parks as well
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Sounds reasonable to me, at least as an alternative to a flat "no" to RVs over 10 years old. Only a relative few parks seem to have the 10-year rule, so those that don't qualify and/or feel insulted can certainly avoid those.
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Old 07-21-2012, 02:44 PM   #4
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Go to the dealer and snap a shot of a new Provost and send it..
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Sounds reasonable to me, at least as an alternative to a flat "no" to RVs over 10 years old. Only a relative few parks seem to have the 10-year rule, so those that don't qualify and/or feel insulted can certainly avoid those.
Agreed. Better than just a "no".

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You are probably right about that Senior Chief. Still, it's sad on all fronts :(
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Went to reserve a site for during the "snow bird" season. The campground required we send a picture of the motorhome to prove it was in "like new" shape because it was more than 10 years old. Anyone have this happen?

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Campground or RV Park?

I've never stayed in a RV Park, lots of CG tho'.
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Reminds me of a time a few years ago when I knew of a gentleman my niece might like to meet. When I mentioned to each of them about the other he wanted to see a photo of her, she wanted to see a photo of his car!
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I see the reasoning behind the request.....When DW and I are heading out for our 3 week annual holiday we check RVparkreviews which has helped filter out parks with too many permanent residents or RV wrecks. Its not the experience I'm looking for. So do I think its reasonable to request a photo if your rig is older.....sure.
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go to the dealer and snap a shot of a new provost and send it..

haha.. Perfect!!!
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Haven't had that happen but sounds reasonable to me.
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Ask them to send you a picture of the campground to see if it is up to YOUR standards.
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Ask them to send you a picture of the campground to see if it is up to YOUR standards.
That and the Prevost post made me laugh.
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Reminds me of a time a few years ago when I knew of a gentleman my niece might like to meet. When I mentioned to each of them about the other he wanted to see a photo of her, she wanted to see a photo of his car!
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