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post Jan 28 2013, 04:57 PM
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Has any RV park asked you to send a picture of your rig before they would accept a reservation? We just inquired into a reservation for a month at a KOA in Virginia in September and they want us to send a picture first. Our fifth wheel is a 2009 and we stayed at that KOA last September for two weeks. No explanation given for the request, even after being told it was a 2009 model. We've stayed in over 60 RV parks now, but this is a first. It didn't appear last year that the KOA had particularly high standards at that time....
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post Feb 27 2013, 02:50 PM
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QUOTE(jamarynn1 @ Jan 28 2013, 04:57 PM) *

Has any RV park asked you to send a picture of your rig before they would accept a reservation? We just inquired into a reservation for a month at a KOA in Virginia in September and they want us to send a picture first. Our fifth wheel is a 2009 and we stayed at that KOA last September for two weeks. No explanation given for the request, even after being told it was a 2009 model. We've stayed in over 60 RV parks now, but this is a first. It didn't appear last year that the KOA had particularly high standards at that time....


We've been asked once by an RV resort park in Michigan. They had a requirement that your camper be less than 10 years old -- unless you get prior approval. Our trailer is a renovated 1974 trailer. I sent the picture online and we were approved immediately with no hassle. We were treated very well on both of our stays (going to and from our ultimate destination). We would stay there again, even if we are asked to send a picture again. I would consider the campground a true resort with its amenities and setting. We were a very tiny 29 ft camper trailer amidst many huge rigs.

Thank you for your heads-up about your experience with KOA. We won't be caught by surprise if we run into the same requirement.

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