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Old 11-08-2020, 07:18 PM   #29
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The key word I’ve found is that they call themselves “motor coach” resorts.
I'm putting that into my "never go there" list . . .
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Some only allow diesel class A coaches!
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Old 11-09-2020, 09:02 AM   #31
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RiverBend MotorCoach Resort in LaBelle, FL is class A only. Several years ago an attempt to allow a Super C failed.
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Some RV Parks call themselves “Luxury Motorcoach Resorts” and are “Class A” parks only which leaves out C’s, B’s, trailers or 5th wheels. Only a hand full of them around the country but they are wonderful places to be. We own a lot in Hearthside Grove LMC Resort and I think it’s the nicest in the country.
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Have been denied entry to several "Class A Only" Resorts.
Not because We did not have an "Upper Tier" coach.....but because it wasn't "New" enough.... Went next door...half the price ...AND was surrounded by older multi million dollar coaches..and was warmly welcomed by their owners...
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This part of the bizarre thing about the rules at some of these so called class A only resorts, they will may allow a 7 year old entry level diesel pusher in that sold new for $180,000 that the current owner bought a month ago for $60,000, but not allow the 14 year old Million dollar coach which the current owner also bought last month but for $250,000
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This part of the bizarre thing about the rules at some of these so called class A only resorts, they will may allow a 7 year old entry level diesel pusher in that sold new for $180,000 that the current owner bought a month ago for $60,000, but not allow the 14 year old Million dollar coach which the current owner also bought last month but for $250,000
Their House...THEIR RULES.. and I have seen a 5 Year old entry level DP.. that needed a blue tarp on it's roof..[I won't mention the mfg.. other that to say it was 4 letters ....
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I''ll say it....THOR......
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