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Old 04-25-2017, 01:53 AM   #1
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No Pets Allowed RV Parks

As a non pet owner and no offense to pet owners, is there such a thing as no pets allowed rv parks and is there an app or web page that would search and filter for that?
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At the risk of stepping into situation, may I ask why?

I'm sure I've seen no pets allowed RV parks or camp grounds, just can't remember where.

Since at least 50% of us travel with at least one four legged family member, most camp grounds will have a leash rule, and some I've visited even a special play area for these special family members.

I guess what I'm saying is times are changing and so most CG's that ruled them out before are now making an effort to include them with the rest of their family.

Don't think you'll find an app, but the ones that post no pets allowed should have it well advertised.

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There is a thread below about CG upcharges that contains info that owners have to pay $40 per pet and give a DNA swab from each to determine (after a 2 week turnaround) if they are a dangerous breed or if they find a stray popsicle they have it tested and fine the owner $75. I'm curious as to how they ban a dog who is "dangerous" or fine the owner if they only stay a week or 10 days and leave before any result is back. I would say that they qualify as non-doggie friendly.
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Old 04-25-2017, 04:56 AM   #5
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Really?
Pets offend you to the point you go out of your way to avoid any whatsoever?
Wow.....
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We have a couple of doggies that stay at home when we are vacationing simply because we don't have enough time to manage their needs (don't worry) they are being spoil at home.

I just wish that some campers wouldn't mind letting me say hello to their doggie. Some do, most do not.
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I understand your wanting to be in an RV park without pets. I have two dogs that I keep leashed and I pick up after them. Most others are the same. However, I always see piles that someone didn't pick up. Good luck in your search.
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I travel with two dogs and can honestly say I wish I could find a park where mine were the only two. It sure would be quieter without them barking at every other dog!

OP - some sites such as ReserveAmerica and Good Sam park finder will indicate whether or not pets are allowed. I haven't come across any sites that search by excluding pets. While I do enjoy ours, there are times when I wish I could go without them or any other pets!
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Oh oh, the OP may have stepped in it. :-)



jus messin' with ya. No offense.
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I travel with two dogs and can honestly say I wish I could find a park where mine were the only two. It sure would be quieter without them barking at every other dog!
Hmmmmmmmm. Maybe the reason for the OP?
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Hmmmmmmmm. Maybe the reason for the OP?
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Really?
Pets offend you to the point you go out of your way to avoid any whatsoever?
Wow.....
It's not the pets - it's the owners who don't train or control their pets
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Oasis in Las Vegas has a section that is designated no pets.
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OP, I am not aware of any apps or websites that would provide you this information easily for the United States. I did find that there is a website that does this for the UK, so perhaps there would be a desire to have a list of these in the US.
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