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Old 06-28-2012, 02:25 PM   #15
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Many campgrounds do not allow outdoor camping rugs because they kill the grass. I can imagine a pool could do the same.

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If its a little 'kiddie' pool, I see no real problem.. Those blue self-rising ones on the other hand..
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Nothing that anyone says here means a thing!! Call the campground and ask them, it's their property so they have final say.
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Old 07-05-2012, 12:24 AM   #18
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Well. How did the pool go.
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We almost did that once at a state RV park but it got too windy. It was my wife's idea, I wasn't too crazy about it. I think you should dumb the water, after your kids are done playing. I would not leave it filled with water and go inside or leave the area. Better safe than sorry!
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Well. How did the pool go.
The pool went fine, they had no issue with the use of the pool at the camp. I dumped it daily whenever the kids were done, another camper was actually using a sprinkler as well and having kids run through and play. Thanks for all the comments.
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Never did clarify what type and size of pool...
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I've seen this lots of times, and once I even did it myself...sort of.

We were on a (HOT) trip in Eastern Washington with our 6 yr. old granddaughter, and nobody was using the swimming area at Potholes State Park as it was too weedy/buggy.
We had an inflatable raft along, and asked the Ranger if we could fill it with water for her to play in...no problem!
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