Accepted standard water pressure-----
The accepted standard for water pressure is 40-65 PSI. Most city water pressure is around 50-60 PSI. But campgrounds can vary it is on a well from--- well just about any pressure they can get away with.
As stated, purchase a good adjustable pressure regulator with a gage, set your pressure at 55 PSI. At this pressure you will be covered for your RV.
I was in a CG in Forsyth, GA that the pressure was 95 PSI, it not only blew the hose out of the connection on the side of my RV (brand new) but also ruptured a new fresh hose. I did not have a regulator at the time,
but you can bet your bippy I have an adjustable regulator now.
The workers at the CG stated, "we get our water from the city of Forsyth"
RV ers are always complaining about too much water pressure.
Well DUH, install a regulator at the water entrance to the park BUBBA!
Sid, Lois & HRH MISSY Terrible 2s SHIH TZU
2011 ROCKWOOD 8285 WS
2014 F-250 KING RANCH PS/SD/6R140/BFT
BOLIY PRO 3600SI GEN
DAYS CAMPED 2016 57 DAYS