All 34 registered RVs were placed but we know more RVs will show up to the event that have not registered.
Crossroads is full and there is no open camping there. Previous to 2019 and our bloom in RV numbers, there had been open RV camping at Crossroads and many RV owners still expect that to be the case.
We do not prevent RVs from being in Open Camping (as long as it's not on the Lower Field, because no wheels on the Lower Field). The open camping that RVs can camp in is wooded and space to park was dubious before the pandemic. The land has retaken much in our absence.
Dagobah open camping is not ideal for RV or car camping as the back portion is sandy loam and turns into quicksand with the combination of rain and traffic. We have hundreds of participants on land and it always rains at least once.
For all cars or RVs in Dagobah I'd recommend parking on traction boards. Honestly, I'd recommend it for any vehicles larger than a gator that will stay parked on land. Overflow RVs will be placed in parking. It's not a punishment, it's a restriction of the land.
City Planning Lead
P.S. What's an RV? RV, or recreational vehicle, is a motor vehicle or trailer that will be used for living, sleeping, or entertaining purposes while on land. RVs include motorhomes, campervans, caravans (also known as travel trailers and camper trailers), fifth-wheel trailers, teardrop trailers, popup campers, toy haulers, truck campers, tiny homes, and converted box and flatbed trailers. In short, if it's not a car, truck, gator, or art car, we classify it as an RV.
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