The day arrived that I had to fill the propane tank. This meant breaking camp So while in town I would fill the water tank at the city park. I figured I'd be making about a half a dozen trips back and forth lugging four gallon water bottles to get the water tank full. I would do that first hopefully before any people showed up in the park. I didn't want to be answering questions. Coming into town I noticed a sign for a city RV park. I didn't know that was there. Being curious I pulled in to check it out. Here is the sign when entering. For the time we've been here, with a senior discount for a
non-hook up RV site I would have paid a $1000 dollars by now. See why I camp like I do?
Here is another reason why I camp like I do.
I saw only a couple people outside. Most everyone was holed up indoors.
That's real camping!
I saw a sign by the entry sign showing dump station straight ahead. Well, where's there is a dump station there is usually a water fill. And there was! This really made my day as I wouldn't have to be filling the tank with one gallon water jugs.
On the other side was a pay station to dump your sewage. That was a $10 fee!
Thankfully the water was free or I would have coninued on with plan A, the city park.
All the while I was filling up the camp host was right there.
He never said anything about the freeloader getting water in his campground.
I drove away not believing my good fortune.