Originally Posted by rvpusher
During our very first trip with our tow dolly we experienced the issue of not being able to park our dolly at our campsite. I was not a happy camper because they wanted to take my brand new dolly (that I had just spent a total of $2000 to buy) to an off-site storage facility where they stated they would "drop it off"... This campground was a place where you purchased your site so I guess to keep up the esthetics of the campground they don't allow it.
Are there a lot of campgrounds that don't allow dolly's on your site? How often do you all run into this issue?
We have never found this requirement...but we also have stayed at a only a small number of RV "Resorts".
The last RV "Resort" (near Zion NP) that we stayed at was FANCY. But like everything, not perfect...like at 7:00am the morning of our first full day, the RV Detailer showed up and started going door to door offering on-site wash and wax.
Our dolly weighs only about 400lb, so we just slide it under the RV (front or rear) that is away from the street.
Kim and Steve, Mustang LCDR (Ret), '07 Damon Outlaw #1193
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