Originally Posted by MillerTime
I'm sure it is gfci protected- legaly it is supose to.
I have never encountered a 30 amp GFCI at a campground.
20 amp, yes, but not the 30 amp service.
I figure it is cost prohibitive. The GFCI breaker that I bought for my house was close to $80 !!! A 20 amp GFCI receptacle can be had for about $5. Mulitply those savings times 100 sites, and the campground is saving $7500.
Legally, I figure the campgrounds are somehow skirting the law. Around here, if a receptacle is in a bathroom, kitchen, basement, garage, or outside, it is required to be a GFCI circuit. Haven't figured how the campgrounds get away with it.
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