Not all RV parks are made the same, and you might want to do a little research before you head out to the nearest one expecting the best experience. Here are some tips on what to look for in a good RV park and the things you need to know ahead of time. For more tips on used travel trailers for sale, visit http://www.traveltrailerguide.com
You want to know what types of amenities are available at the park; maybe you want to be able to take the family somewhere they can swim, fish, and hike. Some RV parks are simply for you to stop in and sleep so they don’t offer those things. You are going to want an RV park that has a full hookup which means you will have electricity, sewer hookup, and water provided. If it isn’t a full hookup then you will be disappointed to go without these things. Make sure the park has extended parking rates, so that you won’t unexpectedly be asked to leave when your time is up.
If at all possible you should try to talk to someone who has camped there and get a feel for how the park is going to be. What did they like and dislike about it? Is the location desirable, and how close are you to the other RVs in the park. Privacy is important, and being right on top of each other is no fun. As long as the park has a decent rate, good amenities and full hookups you should be good to go. It pays to do a little research before you show up and get disappointed.