Originally Posted by RudysWorld
Any helpful hints from the many time participants? Thanks in advance!
As stated before:
1) If you have a 50 amp rig, you will most likely need to plug into a 30 amp supply. BRING an adapter. There may or may not be one within 100 miles.
2) There are many sewer connections that require A LOT OF SEWER HOSE. Bring enough hose to go 40 feet (or more) if needed. There may or may not be one within 100 miles. Some connections require the hose to be run back under the camper. Bring something to lift the hose off the ground. Some sewer inlets are 8 -12 inches off the ground.
3) Bring BRASS fresh water hose splitters with shutoffs. some hose bibs feed 8 campers. PLastic ones just don't cut it and a break at 3 AM will ruin everyone's day. First one to connect PLEASE use a splitter so you don't get your water shut off during a shower. If you bring a manifold, everyone will love you for it. Yea, I know brass fittings "may" contain lead. Man up, the romans used lead pipes for 1000 years.
4) Plenty of fresh water hose too (2 - 25 foot hoses).
5) a 50 or 30 amp rated extension cord would be helpful.
Obviously you won't need everything listed here, but some sites will require one or more of them.
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