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There are private campgrounds that will not allow anything that is older than 10 years! And I have been turned away (sight unseen) when we had a 1974 hard sided popup (Shipp’s and Best Holiday in Chattanooga in 1998) because my popup was “too old”. Shipps could give lessons to KOA’s ( also known as Keep On Adding) based on the price of $75/night by the time they finished adding up all the charges (extra keys, xtra people, pets, “gate” fees because David worked and would have to park outside the gate if he was late coming in, and that’s not counting the “guest” fees if we had company). Some private campgrounds won’t allow you in if you are too young, like here in Corpus when we were turned away because my daughter who is with us is 23 yo (it was a 55+ park and David & I are also too young for it as well). Some private campgrounds will only accept Class A RV’s. And many private campgrounds will not allow a converted school bus in. That is way we like public campgrounds. But it’s hard to live in a public campground for months on end. Although we have stayed in a GA state park (and the rangers allowed it) thru the winter for 3 or 4 months straight without moving. Generally we would had to have moved out for 24 hours every 28 days. And it would have required all our stays to be thru reservations.