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Does Ft Wilderness allow you to wash your RV at your campsite, or does it allow outside detailers to come in & do it at your site?  We've been at the Maryland shore for the last few days & everything's covered with the salt mist.

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You can only have it detailed in the overflow parking lot, not at your site, we had the MH done several years ago while we were on a DCL cruise and left it in the overflow. However you can wash it yourself at your site since there are no restrictions on that.

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You can only have it detailed in the overflow parking lot, not at your site, we had the MH done several years ago while we were on a DCL cruise and left it in the overflow. However you can wash it yourself at your site since there is no restrictions on that.

G & G,

 

Thanks. We don't mind doing it ourselves & I have the long handled brush.  I'm surprised to hear Fort management doesn't prohibit it. Lots of CGs do.

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G & G,

 

Thanks. We don't mind doing it ourselves & I have the long handled brush.  I'm surprised to hear Fort management doesn't prohibit it. Lots of CGs do.

Some of the snowbirds wash them weekly or biweekly.

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57 minutes ago, PGHFiend said:

I saw a company called hotties detailing while staying in Lake Magic CG in Four Corners. Seemed to be doing a good job.

X-2  I've used them, they do a great job.

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