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Old 04-09-2015, 01:07 PM   #29
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I've heard of RV parks with an RV age limit, first time hearing about a Class "A" only RV park. What do you think is basis for a park to implement such type of restrictions?
Private property rights. The same thing that allows you to restrict others from entering your RV for any reason at all, or no reason whatsoever. Without such rights, anybody off the street could come in and use your RV to cook their meals, watch TV or take a shower.

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Old 04-09-2015, 01:18 PM   #30
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Ever seen one of these signs ????
We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
No guns allowed.
Dont like the rules, please leave.
We dont swim in your toilet. Please dont pee in our pool.

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This is one of those threads that just keeps on delivering.
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Old 04-09-2015, 01:42 PM   #32
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I had never heard of these "rules' before I started trolling RV sites..

Yes, it may be their land but where do the exclusions stop ? Very slippery slope..
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Speaking of rules....what state allows a 47 foot motorhome? I'm not aware of any that allow a single vehicle RV to be more than 45 feet. Florida is definitely a 45foot length state so there seems to be another problem with rules.
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I'd rather have a Showhauler than some of the class A's you see on the road!

However I do think a blanket rule is the right of the park owner, however short sighted it may be.
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I'm for>>> it's your land it's your rules ! My rules for mine
nobody like's either.
I agree, too bad it doesn't work that way. The ACLU, ADA, state, county and fedral govt. and many others seem to be able to tell us what we can and can't do on our own property.
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Let's please not morph this thread into a political discussion. It's about an private RV Park's rules. IRV2 Community Rules allow only the following:

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Originally Posted by az bound View Post
Ever seen one of these signs ????
We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.
No guns allowed.
Dont like the rules, please leave.
We dont swim in your toilet. Please dont pee in our pool.
This is the type of place i like to stay at. [ moderator edit ]Parks with this type of rules are only helping the clientele enjoy a stress free visit.
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We were talking to the people who make the Showhaulers at the Tampa RV show. We mentioned about Outdoor Resort allowing only Class A motorhomes. The salesman said that the Showhaulers and the like are titled as Class A motorhomes, not Class C's. Of course it would not do to argue with Outdoor Resorts, they probably wouldn't bend. But Showhaulers, at the the new ones, are titled as Class A
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In Cali we use them things for hauling horses.
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I agree that the RV park owner should set rules as they see fit.
I'm just curious as to what would be the motivating factor to implement such type of restrictions?

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