QUOTE(pianotuna @ Nov 18 2007, 11:37 AM)
I live in Canada and would never dream of expecting water to be turned on in a campground in December--however I think it would be fair if the campgrounds offered a reduced price during times when they can not provide full services.
If I knew how to set up a poll on a topic I'd do it!
They never said they were at the campground in December. The letter jbuck is referring to is in the December 07 issue
which comes out the first part of November. That means TL probably got the letter about August to have it published for the November mailing. The people writing the letter said they recently stayed at the park which one could then assume would have been June, July, or August.
When you go to the campground's ameneties page they list 115 sites with water and 47 with full hookups which one would assume also includes water. Assuming the letter was written in June, July or August to make the November 07 issue for mailing then the timeframe wouldn't be in the fall or winter.
The letter writer said they weren't told when they check in there wasn't any water. The campground owner responded they were temporarily out of water and said they had a sign posted stating there was no water. No explanation was given as to the size or location of said sign.
Sounds like the campground owner should have done a better job by explaining their problem when new people arrived instead of relying on a sign posted somewhere of undescribed size and location and then just assuming everyone sees their sign.
Reading the reviews at http://www.rvparkreviews.com/regions/Calif...moth_Lakes.html
it appears complaints about staff attitude and indifference is one common complaint by quite a few.