RV Campground Tips

If you own or are renting a RV, a campground can be a great place to stop, relax and have some fun while on your Oklahoma RV excursion.  Below are a few examples of what you, as an RV traveler, should be looking for.

There are two types of campgrounds, either private or public.  Public campgrounds usually reside at state parks, national parks and forests. The reputation and offerings are pretty consistent within these similar types of campsites.  They are usually pretty uniform with a smaller selection of amenities.   (As opposed to private campgrounds, which may have more amenities than its public counterparts, but may also be more expensive to counteract these upgrades.)  These upgrades are necessary to some, but looking more in depth at what they offer will certainly help you make a more informed decision when it comes to where you are staying.

Do they have electric and 50amp hookups?  Do they offer clean water and sewer removal?  These are probably the two more important questions you should  find the answers to. With others offering onsite pools, wireless internet and cable TV, please be sure to ask as many questions as possible to know your campground.  Don’t forget about the dog!  Even though these days it’s rare to find, some campsites still don’t allow pets of any kind!  Be prudent though.  Look around and determine if the owners take care of the grounds, keep their site clean and waste-free, and don’t be scared to ask some of the present tenants about their experience.  If you are still not sure about your selection, several organizations are dedicated to rating campgrounds, such as AAA or Trailer Life.  Consulting these types of services could be an invaluable tool.

Still lost?  We can help you with your decision where to stay!  Leave us a comment below about your recent campground experience and let us know which type of campground you prefer.

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