Posted 2016-05-01 1:51 PM (#166957) Subject: Horse Trailer in an RV Park?
Just purchased my second LQ, first was an 8ft that was suitable for sleeping in a night or two and keeping cool at a horse show on a hot day, never really considered camping in it. Just bought a 15ft with a slide and thinking about doing some camping. Do they allow a horse trailer with an LQ in an RV park?
Posted 2016-05-01 2:07 PM (#166958 - in reply to #166957) Subject: RE: Horse Trailer in an RV Park?
Location: Summertown, TN
I stayed in a horse trailer in an RV park while I house hunted. No problem getting in and paying a monthly fee. Some of the full time RV'ers were not real welcoming but not truly hasselling me. After some things are a bit different with a horse trailer a opposed to a regular RV. A lot of people are living in permanently parked RVs. No property tax, access to a pool that you don't have to take care of and a large RV that is just like home.
Once I found my home I moved to an RV park closer to the new home. It was nearly empty; very quiet and once on the banks of a river. Weather was good enuff that dogs and I could enjoy it. You will be welcome if you choose to travel with your "horseless".
Posted 2016-05-02 8:37 AM (#166971 - in reply to #166957) Subject: RE: Horse Trailer in an RV Park?
I've done it a bunch. We have never mentioned when making reservations that we were bringing a horse trailer, just made sure the slot was big enough and had the correct electrical hookup. No one has ever said anything--why would they?
Posted 2016-05-09 8:54 PM (#167032 - in reply to #166957) Subject: RE: Horse Trailer in an RV Park?
Location: Brooksville, Fl
I have also camped at a regular RV camp with my horse trailer. The only issue I have run into is, depending on the size of your rig, getting it into and parking it in the parks. RV's are easier to maneuver and often there is not enough room to get a really large trailer parked. just ask about the parking before you go if you have never been there before.
Posted 2020-11-26 1:52 PM (#173375 - in reply to #166957) Subject: RE: Horse Trailer in an RV Park?
Although they break down too quickly and too often, I still believe that this kind of journeys, I mean, in your rv, is the best one. I still go camping with my old rv, even though in 2020 it seems to be like an extreme, however the only thing I need to replace there is my air conditioner, it's just unbearable during summer because of the heat. Thus, I checked really useful article on https://www.palmgear.com/best-rv-air-conditioner/ and had chosen the best variant which I replaced and still can travel during the summer time.