There’s an unwritten law about RVing that states if your RV is older than a decade you will not be allowed to stay at certain RV parks, resorts or campgrounds. While this “Ten Year Rule” is strictly applied at only some destinations it, nevertheless, exists.
Not only does it exist, but to the chagrin of many, it’s totally and completely legal.
The other sad truth is that it’s only a strictly observed rule at a small number of resorts, but a “soft rule” at many others. While not on paper, the campgrounds enforce it in their own way. Some will request a photo of your RV before saying yes or no.
How? How could a rule like this exist and, let alone, be legal?
It’s the same reason stores and restaurants can put signs in their windows that say, “No Shirt, No Shoes, No Service.” Privately owned businesses have the right to refuse service to anyone who does not adhere to their community guidelines. Read more. But first, would you take a minute to answer the survey below? But only if your RV is 10 years old or older. And please leave a comment.