I had that issue in my Y2k RV at Lake Havasu City, AZ at the first RV Park I tried. A woman came out to look at my RV and told me to get lost!
But not in those words.
She politely told me there is another RV park down the road where they would be fine with my old piece of junk. So I strayed there, and all was fine. That was the time I met Bill @HueyPilotVN after I got a new tranny in Needles, CA. I also had a lot of other work done on it while I lived there in the RV for a week at the repair shop right off the freeway.
-Don- Crescent City, CA
I get that private park rules are set and enforced by the owner, but come on...
We were turned away from the Motorcoach Resort in Polson because we had a brand new Super-C which arguably cost more than a pile of older Class A's which they were allowing in the park, only because they were Class A's. Dumb rules are dumb. We wouldn't want to tarnish their image (with our c-class trash).
They suggested we stay at the KOA just outside of the resort (which they also own). GTFO, that one goes on our "never" list.