The Ultimate Guide to Parks

Everything About RV Parks

RV park is sometimes called as caravan park, which is a place wherein people who have RVs can stay overnight or for long in the space allotted which is known as pitches particularly in Europe, Australia and North America. Also, they’re referred to as campgrounds though true campgrounds are providing facilities for tent camping and various facilities that are calling themselves as RV parks are offering cabins or tent camping with limited facilities.

As for the allocated space or site/pitch facilities might include AC power connection which is typically rated by their capacity like 15, 20, 30 or 50 amperes, drinking water and sewer connection, telephone connection, television connection, hotspot and so on.

And for the park facilities itself, it may include barbecue area, convenience store, bathhouses, dump station, gift shop, exercise equipment, golf course, hot tubs, laundry, restrooms, picnic tables, recreational hall, swimming pool, restaurant/bar, showers and the likes.

RV parks also depend according to the region catering it like what you’ll see in the following examples.

Australia – between a trailer park and an RV park, there’s basically no differentiation in them. As a matter of fact, the term that is used to refer both is caravan park. On the other hand, holiday park is becoming a lot more common with the countless of parks that are increasing their onsite cabin stocks, which is usually accompanied by reduction in caravan sites.

Europe – the age of the facility determines the caravan sites in this continent. Majority of the new sites are built to environment friendly standards and have facilities that are compatible with the latest RVs.

New Zealand – caravan parks, holiday parks or motor camps in this country are the common terms used for long term or overnight based camping. Parks also offer cabins and tent sites, rudimentary building with cooking as well as several cooking facilities that are shared with others.

North America – many of the RV parks here are accessible to all-comers and rent spaces on weekly or nightly basis much like in a hotel or motel. Some parks also operate on timeshare basis. Membership campgrounds are operating like clubs to which the members pay an initial membership fee as well as annual dues. Whether you believe it or not, there is an estimated 1600 parks that cater to all RV enthusiasts across the US and approximately 13000 RV parks that are owned and operated by private individuals. Many of these RV parks offer Wi-Fi hotspot access on a daily, weekly or even monthly basis but there are some instances to which the Wi-Fi is included already in the fee set by the campsite.

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