Keep in mind, not all parks are like the issues we have seen below but we find them amusing at times, usually, after we leave. The older parks have been the best so far and the newer one are learning.
Ok – I know math and can count nights. Seven nights mean you leave the day of the 8th day. I know parks count RV stays by nights so why am I getting notices that we were due to leave today when we thought it was tomorrow. I think the computer system or people (including me) are soooo confused. Luckily – not a problem, just pay for another night. But there is a trend here I see that either I am messing up using a calendar or the other side of this scene is messing up. Somehow, I cannot win this battle.
The other thing that bugs me, if we are to leave and do not leave by the checkout, do not wait till late afternoon or early evening to tell us. This happens often too and we see it at parks all the time. Getting a place to stay after 4 PM may be difficult and they still could charge you for another day, even though most do not. No one likes to be rushed.
Then there is – who designs the parks? First, some are so close together that it is closer than an apartment in an apartment building. I loved Glacier as there was space to breathe.
Next is the hookups. All hookups are on the left side on most campers and RVs, so why put the hookups on the right side in a park? And do not tell me – run it under the bus!!! That is always asking for problems from our experience and we avoid it when possible.
Next question, why put older adults with no children next to a playground? A family coming in would appreciate this a lot more and so would the older adults who may like it more when it is quieter. For us, the park was mostly empty so there was no need to be at the playground.
So, we continue to live the RV life, loving it, and learning. Having lots of fun and very tired at times and decided we are putting to many miles on the RV and bodies in the RV. S0 we slowed down and are staying longer at some places.