Service: Mon-Fri 9AM to 5PM
Service: Sat CLOSED
Sales: Mon-Wed 9AM to 7PM
Thurs-Fri 9AM to 5PM
Sales: Sat CLOSED - LONG WEEKEND

My Park says my trailer is too old, how come?

Before buying an older recreational vehicle, be aware that some private parks have an age cutoff for the RV’s they allow. When you call to make a reservation, park staff often ask what year model is your RV. For many private parks, the cutoff is 10 to 15 years old.

The reason for the age limit is to maintain park aesthetics. Because of this, park managers may be willing to make exceptions for older RV’s kept in good condition. The inverse is also true—a newer RV that looks shabby may be unwelcome.

Enforcement of the age limit varies by park and season. Better maintained parks are more selective about the rigs they allow. On the other hand, parks tend to be more lenient during the slow season.

To our knowledge, public parks have no RV age restrictions.

Share :

On Key

Related Posts

DIY Savings

Rain, rain go away but our DIY Savings is staying for one more week! Extended because of the rain today we are giving you another

Read More »

Cookie Collection & Updated privacy commitment

We have updated our privacy commitment and are now collecting cookies to provide you with ads tailored to your interest across the internet. For more information about cookies and how to disable cookies, visit our privacy commitment. Learn more