RV season is just around the corner. As always, we’ll be opening for the season at the end of May, but don’t let that stop you from reserving your site today! We have some new 50AMP service sites available for 2017. We currently accept reservations by telephone (905)-774-3800 or, or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, You can also fill out the reservation form online.
Thinking about a new trailer?
To make sure that you get the maximum satisfaction out of your recreational vehicle purchase, there are several things you should know:
1. Learn all you can about the travel trailer or fifth wheel you’re planning to buy. Don’t rely on word of mouth. Get the facts about the actual trailer length, width, unloaded weight with options, Gross Vehicle Weight Rating, and cargo carrying capacity. These are usually available in the manufacturer’s sales literature or from the Cargo Carrying Capacity Label located in each trailer. Be sure to check this information before
you decide which unit to buy.
2. Verify the towing capacity of your tow vehicle. If you don’t know, or aren’t sure, you can ask at your automotive dealership. Be sure to match its tow rating to the loaded (not dry) weight of your trailer. Include the weight of water, additional accessories, clothing, food, and gear. To help travel trailer customers estimate this total weight, our Gross Vehicle Weight Ratings reflect the maximum weight of the trailer when fully loaded for camping.
Taking these simple steps before you buy will help insure that your trailer and tow vehicle combination is just what you wanted.