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Old 03-23-2013, 03:52 PM   #1
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Two Way Hookups?

I'm not clear what this means. I saw it posted at a provincial park site. The cost was slightly higher. Does anyone have an idea what this means,I tried looking this up but became more confused.
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Old 03-23-2013, 03:55 PM   #2
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I'm not clear what this means. I saw it posted at a provincial park site. The cost was slightly higher. Does anyone have an idea what this means,I tried looking this up but became more confused.
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Could mean that the site is set up for RV to be parked either direction, so a pair of RVers could be set up with awnings facing each other.
Have you tried phoning for clarification ?
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:03 PM   #3
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Could mean that the site is set up for RV to be parked either direction, so a pair of RVers could be set up with awnings facing each other.
Have you tried phoning for clarification ?
I think you are right, you will also find them where the site faces the water or some really scenic site so MH can pull in and use there front window and trailers can back in and use there back window if they have one. It mains double hookups on each site.

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I think you will find that two way means water and electric and three way is water, electric and sewer.
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I think you will find that two way means water and electric and three way is water, electric and sewer.
Canucks do talk funny. They sit on chesterfields, for example.

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yea and they say "AAAAAAAA" all the time? As snowbirds in FL they also are known for complaining about everything. Especially the USA cause we don't give them SS or Medicare. "AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA"
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I'm not clear what this means. I saw it posted at a provincial park site. The cost was slightly higher. Does anyone have an idea what this means,I tried looking this up but became more confused.
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I think it means the same thing as 2-point hookups - electric and water. Add sewer and you have a 3-piont hookup.
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As stated above, this is usually the ability for one camper pointed one way and the other camper pointed the other way. This lets your awnings look at each other. This is also sometimes called a "buddy" site.
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Could it be just water and sewer?
2-way: Water coming and going?
But I could be wrong, aye?

BTW...Chesterfield:
Couch/ Sofa. The word, "chesterfield" probably comes from the name of the 19th century English Earl of Chesterfield. It seems to have come into use in Canada in 1903.
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Sites :: Marco Polo Land Campgrounds and Inn
marcopololand.ca/camping/sites/No hookup; Two-way (water & 15 amp electrical hookup); Three-way (water, 30 and 50 amp electrical, sewer hookup); Some of the 3 way site are pull through ...
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Hmmmm, might depend on the Province. A lot of the parks in Ontario are electric hookup only, but usually up here 2-way means electric/water and 3-way electric/water/sewer. Seem to recall that a lot of the parks in Nova Scotia down east had no hookups at all when I was researching a trip. If you do a search for provincial parks by Province, you should be able to tell. Most have online reservations with pix and info for each site. Neat, eh?
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Could mean that the site is set up for RV to be parked either direction, so a pair of RVers could be set up with awnings facing each other.
Have you tried phoning for clarification ?
Have not called since reservations start in april,
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Have not called since reservations start in april,
So were is this place ???
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