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post Nov 3 2012, 05:30 PM
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It seems that drugs are quite popular in some RV parks these days especially methamphetamine, crystal meth. This is not new and has been going on for some time now. Some cookers use old RVs located in park spaces( like next door ) or kept in RV storage locations or even in mini storage units.Becouse of a new method called SHAKE AND BAKE OR ONE POT METHOD, they can make meth in their own RV, car ect. It has become harder to detect this drug being made and can be made in forty minutes. Even some park management teams are on board with useing, making, selling to aford their own drug habit and shipping the drug.Unfortunately this does eventually effects every one that uses RV parks for overnight,weekly, or full time. Most likely with out you even knowing (health, more violence).Some park owners are quite aware of this happening in thier parks and are reaping some of the rewards, but no direct hands on. This may be becouse of hard times and trying to stay in business or just greed. Now before I get a lot of angry response to this. I did not say all parks all management or park owners. This can happen in any park. No I will not write a review, That will only become a map for other meth users. Yes I know you can call law enforcement. They seem to only care about big drug dealers unless there are children involved. Possibly because they do not have the funding these days and private property laws.

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post Nov 8 2012, 06:51 PM
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Is this just in private CG's, presumably? Wouldn't think the druggies would take a chance of
a Park Ranger getting a whiff of what's going on in their mobile meth lab?

We have noticed some activities and odors in some state parks that led us to believe there were some nefarious activities going on in rvs. A couple of times we reported our suspicions and got the impression rangers did not believe there was much that could be done. My feeling was that public campgrounds might be at a disadvantage when compared to commercial campgrounds. Commercial parks could, if they wanted, probably have more control over appearance of rv and occupants, the number of visitors, etc. Public parks pretty much have to accept everyone that shows up and can pay entry fees and lot rental. We are also starting to avoid some of the lower cost commercial parks for our stays of a month or longer. We are finding that many of the budget parks are filling with permanent residents in run down rvs, and we have witnessed behaviors we do not care to live near.
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