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Old 03-14-2018, 01:06 PM   #15
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Done last night, but no review showing yet.
It takes a few days sometimes to have your posting show up...I think that they review the posting so as to keep with in their guidelines...and weed out the spammers.
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Ok, Thanks! I was wondering how long it would take. Truly unfortunate that something like this has happened more than once at the same place..........
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I just got my review of the campground on rv park reviews returned to me. They want me to put what I liked about the place???? Really? I was there for only a couple of hours and was booted out. Here is what was sent to me:
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We appreciate that you took the time and effort to submit a review for End Of The Road RV Park to RVPR. However, your review is being returned to you because we need your help with an issue before it can be posted.

We are sorry you had a problem at this park, and we understand that you want to warn others. It's definitely OK to concisely tell what happened to you, but in addition to this, please include some information about the park. For example, what was the condition of the park including the campsites and facilities? Was there anything that you especially liked or disliked? Was there anything you thought was interesting? Don't forget, not everyone will encounter the same problem you did, and I'm sure you would want your review to be relevant to them, also. A few additional comments about the park will improve your review and will make it relevant to anyone interested in going there.

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I also post reviews on rvparky.com. You might also post there.
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The national building code calls for minimum clearances for wires , fuel station roofs etc. This is why you see moving vans go down residential streets . I believe it is 13' 6" . Once they are not up to code , the liability is theirs .
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The national building code calls for minimum clearances for wires , fuel station roofs etc. This is why you see moving vans go down residential streets . I believe it is 13' 6" . Once they are not up to code , the liability is theirs .
Well, this was on private land, BUT, there was a representative of the campground guiding me. Even the Insurance Adjuster said it was on them for that reason. BTW, my trailer is supposed to be 13'2" according to Forest River although I have not measured it.
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Well, here it is almost a year later............My insurance company gave up trying to seek subrogation, so it cost me $500 for a $1400 repair. I don't believe the campground has any insurance.....
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You are lucky your adjuster is putting the blame on the guider at the park. There have been many threads here on who's responsible when offers of parking help are provided & the vast majority of opinions say it's the driver/owner of the RV to make sure the coast is clear. You just can't trust someone else, no matter how much you want to & think they know the park. More times than I can count, the camp employee or a fellow RV-r has gotten an RV in a pickle trying to guide one into a site. We always politely decline any such offers & if they insist, we ignore them & follow our own procedures.

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I too have been offered help from park employee's and fellow rv'ers. At one park the employee got mad at me for not following her instructions. Sorry but if I'm going to damage my coach it's going to be my doing not theirs when I'm in the drivers seat.
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