Originally Posted by Pirate
Oh come one Arlan, its not that bad!! We've been able to find an RV park that will fit our monster rig just about everywhere we have wanted to go.
One thing...being baby boomers...retired four years now...we're finding that if you want to get in the good parks at the good places...you better make your reservations a year in advance!! No less than six months! And I'm thinking as time goes one...its gonna get worse!!
I guess I look at it differently. I don't really care to go to RV Parks with all the people. Some are set up and living there full time, skirted, big propane tanks and years of junk. I love the Eastern Sierra Nevada range. The Voltage won't do any of it.
A couple of days ago we were camped in National Forest just north of Ketcham Idaho. We took off in the truck in search of another spot to boon-dock or even a USFS campground. Another spot I would have loved to have camped was Stanley Lake, impossible. After searching dozens of spots we found nothing.
One USFS campground had several really nice back in spots open, it was beautiful there, right on the Salmon River, but in order to get out of the campground you had to navigate a loop turn that would never have handled the Voltage.
I intend to keep it (for awhile) for the desert and dunes but as far as going where I want to go in the really great country. No, it does not fit. A lot of roads are out also.
I realize that a lot of folks like RV Campgrounds with the 50 amp, water and sewer. If that is what you want, great. That is just not what I want in a camping experience.
I am fortunate enough to have both the Voltage and my Truck Camper. Next year I won't take the Voltage for the summer adventure.