My partner and I are currently road tripping we have been on the road for 4 weeks now starting in Vancouver, BC and following tho coast down to San Diego, then in to Vegas and we have just finished checking out antelope canyon. Horseshoe bend and Grand Canyon in Arizona. We have used a lot of RV parks on the way and I was just wondering why a lot of parks have issues with minivans staying there. We have been knocked back from a few and had a few tell is we shouldn't be there but they will let us anyway.
We have converted our van into a camper. Built a bed in the back with shelves underneath for clothes and even have a fridge and curtains. We have cooking utilities and chairs and a table. We have a passport America pass allowing us half price RV park rates and we use the hookups for charging our devices and running a portable fan over night when it's hot.
We are paying the same as RVs and using less of the amenities. So it baffles me as to why they have a problem,
Can anyone please shed some light on this? Las we still have 2 months to go as we travel across to Florida and up the east coast before heading back to Vancouver. Would like to know if there's any advice when dealing with RV parks.