Originally Posted by pmaen
just came from a camp site that had a spigot right along with the electricity, but it said non potable. People had this hooked up to their trailers with a filter at the spigot. My husband wanted to do this. I said no, we could wait until we got home.
If it said non-potable, I'd be very leery of connecting it to my RV, no matter the filter used.
First step would be to ask the campground management why it's labeled that way. It's possible they have a problem with their well, which could be anything from contamination to a temporary boil-water order. Perhaps they don't have all their needed permits and are required to post the sign. Could be any number of serious issues. Or, they could have the sign up for some other reason. Regardless, I agree with not connecting to the spigot, at least until more is known.