Originally Posted by dblr
Herk, as you are the infield parking expert thanks for all the warnings you posted and folks PLEASE take his advice on the extra hook up things, I don't know how many times we tried to help folks out last year lending things until either the vendors opened or they got to Walmart or Menard's, plus if you don't have a car you might be really out of luck. Plus it's not just the infield.
That is why the infield was separate from the "what to bring."
I forgot to add a 30 foot power cord extension as a "good idea" if you have one. Only a few sites (out of hundreds) NEED it but if that is "you" it would be way cheaper to bring it and not need it than buy it full price at the rally.
Remember you will not be "moved" just
because you failed to come equipped for a fairground rally.
Fair ground rallies have long hoses and electrical boxes laid out in the fields and grassy areas. You will be parked VERY close together (but you should be able to open your awning) but you will have enough space if everyone helps the parking committee do their jobs. In some places angle parking is mandatory because there is no way to utilize all the spaces if you don't.
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