All RV parks are not created equal. Although the across the board pricing and fees seems to be fairly consistent. During our 2014 Oliver Legacy tour, a overnight stay with full hookups seems to cost between $25 to $35., depending on which membership cards you are carrying.
Most parks want to be readily seen from the highway which means trees and shrubbery that can subdue traffic noise are few. Parking near the back can really help with that.
The quality of services offered can vary widely in areas such as laundry room, general store or recreation hall. If you are on vacation or holiday, that isn’t quite as big of a deal, but, if you are full timing, it becomes more important.
Connectivity is pretty fair if all you are doing is checking email or light web surfing for reservation’s. But if you are uploading videos, paying bills or burning through a lot of data, you might need to have your own internet device.
Parking surfaces can vary widely from finished concrete, sand, dirt, gravel or grass. Using your jacks means needing to have something to put down to distribute the weight. Wood blocks are heavy and take up a lot of space. Plastic blocks are lighter, but are easier to break.
Pull through parking spaces will cost about the same as back in spaces, and a thirty amp electrical service will cost about the same as a fifty amp space.
All in all, exploring these parks is a cool part of the over all RVing experience.
We hope to see you out on the road soon !